Kiss and Break Up by Ella Fields – Review

Senior year of high school. The final year of ‘childhood’, and for some, it’s the year that they throw caution to the wind. Peggy is a quiet girl, living with her mom. She loves scrapbooking with her friends and playing video games with her best friend Dash. Dash is your resident bad boy. He has zero cares in the world and does what he wants when he wants. There’s an unwritten rule at their high school, boys steer clear of Peggy unless they want the wrath of Dash. When a boy named Byron decides he’s done with the rule Dash has laid down, it’s game on. Dash and Peggy try to figure out what they both want, and the question is, when it’s all said and done, can the two forgive the past and actually be together?

This book was, to describe it in one word, captivating. From the first chapter I was pulled in and couldn’t put it down because I absolutely had to know what was going to happen next for each of these characters. Ella Fields is a new author to me, and I must say, I’ll be going back through her books because this book was seriously phenomenal. The banter between Dash and Peggy was both hysterical and heartbreaking at times. I also enjoyed the secondary characters like Daphne and Lars, and Willa and Jackson. I need to know more about these characters as well! This book was super well written and I hope that there will be more for each of these characters!

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