She wasn’t sure if she wanted a talking thing in a box to ever come out. She couldn’t say anything, but her sharp intake of breath must have been enough.
The box trembled as the something in the inside pushed. The ribbon fell away. The top flap opened with a loud tear of tape and wrapping paper.
A boy stepped out of the box.
Hello everyone! Welcome to the Book Tour for Love Charms and Other Catastrophes!
I will first post my review, and after that I got some information about this AMAZING book.
Nicolas “Nico” Barnes believed that summer nurtured romance more than any other season. Summer bent the rules: children ran free, arms full of minutes and hours aplenty to spend outside of a classroom. Schools closed. Desserts became cold enough to burn tongues. The heat made charms react slower but more powerfully.