Bright Before Sunrise
Author: Tiffany Schmidt
Summary: Brighton is a nice girl. Everybody loves her. She is smart, popular, and pretty. She has a perfect life, but she doesn’t think so. She still is suffering from her father’s death that took place 5 years prior. Everybody
loves feels bad for her because of her loss so they treat her like she is the most fragile girl to ever walk the earth. Jonah is exactly the opposite. He believes nobody cares about him. He just moved Cross Pointe, and he doesn’t like it at all. He thinks its a place for the rich kids, for the stuck-up kids, for the perfect kids. Since everybody adores Brighton he knows not to like her. To ignore her as much as he can, because he thinks she is exactly like every other person at Cross Pointe… perfect. Brighton need Jonah to start to like her. He is the only one that doesn’t so she tries to finds ways to make him like her, but is that the only reason she wants him to like her?
My Review: I really enjoyed reading this book. It was from the point of view of both Jonah and Brighton and I really liked the two of them as narrators. At first I picked up this book because I needed a cute story, don’t get me wrong it is a cute story just not as much as I was expecting it to be. (I am glad that it isn’t as cute as I predicted though) And that was because I skipped the part in the description that says that Jonah doesn’t like Brighton. I loved all the characters but I kept getting annoyed with Jonah though. He never let Brighton finish a sentence and never let her try to be friends with him. Other than that and the fact that this book took place in only one day, I really liked the story that the author was trying to tell. Usually in romance its, ” I loved her since the minute I saw her” and ” I only met him a week ago but it seems like so much more”. Once agin don’t get me wrong, I like books like that but sometimes I just want something different. This book was a twist to me because I didn’t read the full description of the book. I would recommend this book to a variety of people but mostly people who enjoy romances and contemporary because if you don’t enjoy that stuff you might say its a little cheesy. I don’t mind, I love a little cheese sometimes in these types of books.Who doesn’t like cheese? All in all it was a great read, and I would read more books from this author.