Last Updated on Monday, 06 August 2012 09:36 Posted by Clash Monday, 06 August 2012 12:09
Review by Ariel* for The Librarian's Bookshelf
Daisy's ready for summer fun--but it seems summer has something else in store.
High school is over, and Daisy Crispin is happy to leave it in her past and look forward to a bright new future at college. In the meantime, she is planning an all-expenses-paid trip with her best friend Claire to Argentina--home of exotic food, the tango, and her handsome sort-of boyfriend Max.
When Daisy discovers she needs to do missions work to fulfill the requirements of her scholarship, she chalks it up to her monumental bad luck in life and kisses her vacation goodbye. What was supposed to be a relaxing time in the lap of luxury turns into hard work, sleeping on a cot, avoiding scorpions, and stressing about where she stands with Max. Daisy wonders if anything in her life will ever go according to plan . . .
I was expecting Daisy to be some sort of snob. It was surprising to me that her best friend Claire was more of the snob, and Daisy just went along with her plan to make the trip work. Also, I felt her obsession with Max was a little weird. Why would you be so focused on a guy from another country who may not even return your feelings? Overall it was a great book, don't get me wrong. I just felt some parts didn't make sense. Also, I didn't read the first two books, but I don't think you really need to with this book.
Release Date: July 1, 2012
Genre: Christian Fiction
Series: Perfectly Dateless #3