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And by unforgettable, she imagined awesome classes, fun friendships, and maybe a little romance. What she got was a whole lot of romance, and all at once. The same day that dark, brooding Saxon Maclean charmed her with his killer good looks and whip-smart wit, Jake Kelly stole her breath away with his heart-wrenching smile and intelligent, thoughtful focus. Complicating the matter is the fact that Saxon and Jake were once best friends and are now arch-enemies My thoughts: I went back and forth for a while about whether or not I wanted to read Double Clutch.
I had heard a lot of good things about it, but love triangles are not a favourite of mine and the entire plot of this book is a love triangle. I am so glad I read it.
It would have been a massive mistake to pass this one up. Our protagonist is teenager Brenna Blixen, who has just moved back to the US after spending a year with her parents in Denmark. I liked Brenna almost instantly. Her voice is really different and definitely stands out. This book is about Brenna growing up and trying to figure out what she wants and who she wants. Saxon is your typical bad boy. I definitely liked him best.
While he can be a bit of a jerk sometimes, I found him to be the most interesting and amusing. Jake is a lot sweeter at first and seems like a regular nice guy. However, Jake has plenty of his own secrets and his own demons to battle. Double Clutch was just brilliant! There are so many intriguing characters and a lot going on. Her life is certainly hectic and it was thrilling to read about. Posted by.
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We all can use a little romance now and then, but not many contemporary YA love stories stand out as anything particularly memorable, which is why I normally prefer to see them cloaked among werewolves and angels and other such distractions. This smart and focused heroine has plenty of drama in her life, what with starting all over again at her school after being abroad for a year. I liked that even though the story is very much centered on the romance, Brenna has a balanced life and cares about things other than just boys. I love that Brenna goes on blessedly normal dates, sneaks her boyfriend into her room, and tries to be a good person in handling her attraction to these guys without being a boring old goody-goody.