December 30, 2012

Mini Review: Love, Tink: Volume One by Elle Strauss

Title: Love, Tink :Volume One

Author: Elle Strauss

Source: ebook from author for review

Est Release Date: Jan 2, 2013

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Tink is hopelessly smitten with Peter, the leader of the lost boys who'd mysteriously arrived at Neverland two years ago. Unfortunately, Peter is tired of the adventure and especially tired of dodging Captain Hook who is after his head. He just wants to go back to New York City and live his life as a normal fifteen year old.

Tink is the only one who can help Peter return, but it breaks her heart to do it.  She just wants to make him happy, so she does the unthinkable and betrays the fairy king. Now her heart is filled with remorse. Should she go after Peter? Should she follow him to his New York?

My mini take...
Tink will do just about anything to help Peter…even if it means helping him leave Neverland for good. So when the chance presents itself for Peter to leave, Tink helps him with a heavy heart. She will do whatever it takes for Peter to be happy again...despite the fact that her own heart is breaking. 

When Strauss approached me about reviewing her new short story series on Tink, Peter and Neverland I knew I had to do it. Not the most knowledgeable when it comes to this fairy tale, I still was intrigued with the idea. And the little Neverland world that Strauss reconstructs is absolutely magical. This short story series that Strauss will be giving us is definitely worth the read. Geared towards younger YA, the story is actually perfect for any age. Here I am in my thirties and thought it was just the cutest read.

I look forward to what happens with Tink and Peter in the remaining stories and I hope that you will give this great little series a chance. Strauss did a fabulous job writing the first of the series and I think it will be a big hit. I am already in need of the next one and the first one is not even out yet!

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a cute read! I'm adding it to my tbr pile because I think my girls will love it too. Thanks for the review!