About Censorshipped

I am finally over my crush on Duke. Completely done.

Duke’s always been like a big brother to me … a big brother with abs of steel, a heart of gold, and those dimples that make my heart rate double whenever he smiles.

As far as Duke’s concerned, I’ll always be his best friend Chris’ little sister—the little girl who dunked his Darth Vader action figure in Elmers glue and glitter.

Even if Duke noticed me, it wouldn’t matter. I’m so off limits, I may as well be wearing an outfit made entirely of caution tape. We both know Chris would enlist a special ops tactical team to hunt Duke down if he ever pursued anything beyond friendship with me.

Good thing I’m over Duke. One hundred percent attraction-free, that’s me. Well, mostly … until I accidentally send him one of my usual scrambled texts (thank you, autocorrect) … and he thinks I’m hitting on him.

I’m mortified enough to momentarily consider relocating someplace obscure like Greenland. I can never show my face around town again. I’ll buy a parka and an ice pick and learn to love fish. A lot.

But then Duke answers my text …
Am I dreaming? He’s not mad. He’s not even making fun of me.
In fact, it seems like he might be flirting back

I guess I might not be completely over this crush after all.

Just don’t tell my brother.

My review

There is nothing I didn’t love about this one! Savannah Scott has such a way with her plot, her characters and her setting. It just leaves the reader wanting more!

This book features Shannon and Duke. And these two have chemistry. So much chemistry! I loved every bit of their interactions. Something great about these two is that they’ve known each other as long as they can remember. And they have told everyone they are like brother and sister. Only…they’ve both had feelings for the other for a really long time!

I loved how Duke is a little bit misrepresented throughout the series. In the other books he seems to be a huge player. But that’s not really the whole story. And it was fun to see his point of view on his relationships. And how he felt for Shannon. He really is a great guy. And things are changing rapidly for him, making this story line move along quickly.

I loved Shannon too! She’s kind of sassy, but really sweet at the same time. I loved the way she was figuring out her own dreams as she went along. And learning what she really wanted from life. And her texting….those parts were so funny!

The whole town of Bordeaux is full of zany characters. And they are all back in this one. Each and every one of them has a special place in my heart. They make me laugh so hard. Man, I love Bord-ox!

Now that I’ve read this one, I’m sitting here impatiently waiting for the next book in the series. I hope it hurries!

I was sent an e-copy of Censorshipped as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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