All’s Fair in Blog and War by Chrissie Peria
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: June 2013
Five Cuevas @fivetravels
Three guesses to where I’m going next. Starts with an M. Ends with a U. Has a lechon named after it. #travel
Twenty-something travel blogger Five thinks she has hit the jackpot when she gets invited to glittering Macau for an all-expense-paid bloggers tour. Think majestic old churches, sparkling casinos, exhilarating bungee jumps, and the world’s most unforgettable egg tarts. The trip is practically perfect, except for one little glitch. She gets assigned to be travel buddies with Jesse, the world’s most infuriating photo blogger, and it’s definitely war at first sight.
Will Five let Jesse turn her dream vacation into a total nightmare? Or will falling in love be on the itinerary?
Surprise, surprise. I got the Kindle edition of this book for free, again! This time, it’s through a giveaway. The blog host asked a question and the first three to answer the question will get an electronic copy of this book for free. Since the book cover is so pretty and I think the story is really good, I joined at once! Luckily, I’m the first one to answer.
THIS STORY IS SUPER DUPER AWESOME! Honestly, words would never be enough to express how I felt about this book. The cover and the great story was really great combination. The kilig and inis factor was there and I loved every bit of it. Five is a very unique name btw and her job is just plain awesome. I know some people who have similar jobs and I’m really amazed on how this thing works. I sort of envy them as well since they get to travel to different places for free. Anyhow, I loved the fact that even at the early stage of the story, the tension between Five and Jesse was present already. It’s really something that a reader would be looking forward to.
I also loved the way Five and Jesse’s relationship went from enemies to friends to almost lovers to enemies and to lovers again. It wasn’t pilit and it fits the story very well. Another thing that I loved about this story is the fact that it gave me an idea on what should a tourist do and go to in Macau. Actually, it’s as if I’m in Macau as well! The descriptions are really commendable and the feelings of the characters are really felt.
To be honest, I couldn’t find any negative thing about this book. It’s a book full of awesomeness and I just want to say that I super love this book that I have read this thrice already. I’m really planning to buy a paperback copy of this one! Kudos to the author! Four thumbs up!