A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert took me a little longer to get through than most books do. This is not a light, easy read. The characters in this book wrestle with deep issues and I found it to be heavy and almost depressing. Just when I got a handle on what Ivy (the main character) was dealing with along came another blow, and another, and another. Then the other characters all had their own deep issues. I really didn't enjoy this because of all of that.
Here's the back cover:
It was a clean read, but not the glimpse into the fashion industry like I'd hoped it would be. And the redeeming moment was actually underwhelming. Then the book just ended abruptly and had a one page epilogue that pretty much said they all lived happily ever after.
Not my favorite.
This book was provided for review by Blogging for Books.