Books On Our Radar: Dramatically Ever After (Ever After #2) by Isabel Bandeira
Books On Our Radar: Dramatically Ever After
(Ever After #2) by Isabel Bandeira
Dramatically Ever After is the second book in the Ever After series by Isabel Bandeira. Alas, for book two we get a different MC and story. I kind of love when romance books do this, however much more common in new adult romance, than young adult. But I am curious to read about Em’s adventures in drama and schemes to win a scholarship contest. Meanwhile there is some local competition and some romance that stand in her way. Put this on your list for a great summer vacation or beach book, so it’s a good thing we can get our hands on this one come June 6th, 2017! For now you can catch up and read Bookishly Ever After!
Dramatically Ever After (Ever After #2) by Isabel Bandeira
Category: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance
Publication: June 6th, 2017; Spencer Hill
Senior year is not shaping up to be the picture perfect movie Em Katsaros had imagined. Her super hot leading man is five thousand miles away. Her dad just got laid off. And Em can kiss her first-pick university goodbye if she doesn’t snag a scholarship.
To turn this Shakespearean tragedy into the Academy Award-winning dream Em has written for herself, she enters a speech competition and manages to cinch a spot in the US Youth Change Council national round. She gets to spend a week in Boston and her prayers might be answered if she can kick butt and win one of the national scholarships.
Everything seems to be going by the script until she finds out Kris Lambert—senior class president, stuck-up jerk, and her nemesis—is going, too. Cue the dramatic music. In Boston, Kris is different. Nice. Cute, even. But she knows his game way too well—be nice to your opponents and then throw them under the bus on your way to victory. Instead of becoming his next victim, Em decides to turn the tables by putting her acting and flirting skills to work. Unfortunately, as they get close to the final competition and judging, reality and acting start to blur.
Can Em use the drama from the stage to get the future she’s been dreaming of?