Title: There’s Something About Nik
Author: Sara Hantz
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Cool
Expected Publication: February 13th, 2017 by Entangled: Crush
Source: I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This book was sooo cute! I really loved Nik and Amber and how the story progressed between these two despite how different they were from each other.
Nik Gustafsson has a huge secret (can’t tell you… shush!), his life is too privy to the eyes of the public and he desperately needs a break. He jumps at the chance of attending school at America where no one would recognize him. Amber doesn’t need a boy in her life after her breakup but there’s something about Nik that she just can’t shake off but she understands he’s hiding a secret as well. Can a relationship is possible between two people who are polar opposites to each other?
The plot was executed really well and I enjoyed this story quite a lot. Nik has been granted only a year to study abroad outside Europe and he wants to make the most of it. All he just has to do is stay away from cameras. I absolutely loved Nik’s awkwardness, it was just so cute! But he tried his best to fit in but I definitely agree with Amber’s statement, a little different is good.
I enjoyed the relationship between Nik and Amber, although it was a bit sudden but it didn’t matter much. However, the middle portion of the book felt a little low for me and I felt a bit bored but it picked up its speed near the end again, and oh my god!! How much I adored the every little thing that happened in the last few chapters. And I simply looooved Nik’s dad’s reaction when Nik finally confessed everything to him.
Overall, There’s Something About Nik was an enjoyable read. I liked the plot and I enjoyed the character growth. The romance between Nik and Amber was just so sweet! The writing was smooth and simple and the pace was even throughout the book.
So guys are you interested in reading this book? Have you read any other works by this author?