Sweethearts by Sam Crescent

Sweethearts by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (60 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Theo West is in love with the curviest girl in high school, the sweet and beautiful Ruby James. The only problem? She doesn’t know he exists, but that’s not enough to stop him. He wants to take her out on a date, even if first he has to convince her.

Ruby is not used to getting any kind of attention. She hates football and wants to focus on her studies, and making a life for herself after high school. Only, the hottest guy in school wants to go on a date. Could she say no? Should she say no? Is it even right for her to say no?
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Taking a chance, she says yes—and it is perfect.

But Theo doesn’t just want one date; he wants her. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to win her over. He’s not like other guys. He has a plan for the future, and in his future, the only person he sees is Ruby.

Theo and Ruby are both in high school. Theo is the classic star football player, and Ruby is the intelligent, larger sized girl. Both of them are attracted to each other, but they each have some very wrong pre-conceived notions about the other. Can these two sweethearts come together?

I found this to be an interesting but very different style of story. As high school kids, Theo and Ruby are not the average heroine and hero in romances that I’m used to. Even though I think the author did everything right I just couldn’t manage to find it sexy when Theo and Ruby eventually became intimate with each other. I think there will definitely be readers who disagree with my feelings – and find their relationship and intimacy erotic. Despite my not getting on board with the erotic aspect of this story – there was still plenty about it that I really enjoyed.

Ruby and Theo were clearly attracted emotionally and not just physically to each other. They dated slowly and we as readers come along on the journey with them. No physical intimacy occurs until after half way through the book, so this in no way felt rushed or pushed to my mind. I didn’t for a second doubt that Ruby was one hundred percent on board with being intimate with her boyfriend. In every other respect I found this a lovely, slightly sweet romance about two kids enjoying and flourishing in their first serious romance together. There is also a little drama and conflict when Ruby’s long-absent dad makes a re-appearance in her life, but this didn’t overshadow the importance and value of Ruby and her blossoming relationship with Theo.

I also particularly loved how devoted Theo was to Ruby and how hard he worked to convince her not only that this wasn’t a passing fancy, but that he was serious and committed to his relationship with her. In many respects this really is exactly what the title promises – a sweet story about two kids who find each other in high school and try to build a future together. A good short story I feel this will be a hit with plenty of readers.

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