Series: Letters to Nowhere

Average Rating: 5


Review: Letters to Nowhere by Julie Cross

Posted 8 April, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Letters to Nowhere by Julie Cross

Favorite Quote(s): “‘Showers are great, aren’t they?’ he said after seeing my eyes open.’I think I blew about twenty pounds of snot down the shower drain. Hot water clears the sinuses.’ ‘Yeah, for about ten minutes, then it comes back again.’ I sat up halfway and reached for the glass of water Stacey had left for me. ‘But it’s a lovely ten minutes.’” Favorite Character: Jordan. First Line: “When Coach Bentley dropped me off at home after morning practice, an Audi that didn’t belong to my parents was already in the driveway.” My Musings: I have yet to read Julie’s Tempest series, but when I saw this on sale, I couldn’t help but pick it up. The premise was interesting: set in the world of Elite gymnastics, something I hadn’t ever read about. However, being a former gymnast my self, I couldn’t wait to see what Cross brought to the table, as she was a former gymnastics coach. Adding to the gymnastics, we have a girl struggling with losing her parents to an auto crash. She isn’t dealing to well with the grief, so when her gymnastics coach, Henry Bentley, takes her in so she doesn’t have to move, and she finally has something to focus on: making the Worlds team for gymnastics. But things start heating up with Bentley’s son, Jordan, who Karen can’t help but connect with–they both suffered losses […]