Friday, October 1, 2010

Review: The Intern By Jess C Scott




The Intern by Jess C Scott
Release Date: August 17, 2010
Publisher: CreateSpace
Genre: Young Adult/Humor

The Story: 17-year-old Suzie Q, smart kid and closet dance enthusiast, travels with a classmate to a world-class city for an internship program. She finds herself undeniably attracted to the suave hip-hop instructor, Jo.Zee, who recruits her into a dance fitness DVD he is producing. When Suzie sees (or thinks she sees) the real Jo.Zee, she must decide if she will trust him...or her instincts.

The Intern is the first of Jess C. Scott's Sins07 series. Each book of the series focuses on one of the "seven deadly sins." The Intern's sin is lust.

My Review: The Intern combines several of my favorite things: dance, music, good girl,bad boy, sweet-best-friend-that-was-there-the-whole-time (good guy), some steaminess and lots of humor. Scott has a distinct brilliance with words as she describes the scenery and the amazing dance sequences. This book is packed with humorous moments, which seems odd for a book about a "deadly sin," yet Scott has artfully blended laughs into a meaningful message about choices and consequences.

Reading The Intern was overall a pleasure. There were few things that I found vaguely annoying, but that's a matter of my own quirkiness rather than any reflection on the book itself (or the author for that matter). I would recommend The Intern for... well, anyone. And I, for one, am looking forward to the next book in the series which will revolve around the sin of gluttony.

My Rating:

Tomorrow (October 2, 2010), I will be posting an interview with Jess C Scott. Be sure to check it out!


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