Review: Un-Veiled by Eileen Rendahl

I got this book for about a dollar or for free, but I don’t remember when. It has been in my to read box for a while and felt random for something new so I picked it up.

Cover: Ok

Rating: 17 and up

Thumbs Up: 3.5

Overall: Ok

Characters: Ok

Plot: Realistic

Page Turner: Eh

Series Cont: No

Recommend: Eh

Book Boyfriend: Craig

My review for Un-Veiled:

I give this 3.5 stars, but my expectations for this book were lower so I wasn’t too disappointed. This book is set in Santa Bonita, California, and in the 21st century. The Zimmerman twins are named Cinnamon and Ginger (All the females are named after spices) who work together at a hair salon called Do It Up and owned by Cinnamon, where one of the rules is “What happens at Do It Up, stays at Do It Up.” Their family has a bad reputation because all the females end up being single mothers at a young age. Ginger is the exception…she is in medical school and hopes for an internship, but feels like she won’t be able to leave the hair salon. After helping a celebrity with her hair for her wedding, business starts to be picked up. Ginger meets a man named Craig Esposito, who asks her to the celebrity’s wedding, and Cinnamon acts funny when he comes in. She finds that he has a birthmark that is similar to her niece’s, Sage (Cinnamon’s daughter), birthmark, but Ginger and Cinnamon don’t know who Sage’s father is. Craig tells her the birthmark is an Esposito trait. Ginger freaks out and sends him away. To top that all off, her father shows up all out of the blue and is staying in town. Everyone is keeping secrets and Ginger just wants life to be normal again. Why did Cinnamon act weirdly? Who is Sage’s father? What is the Zimmerman twins’ mother keeping? What things has their grandmother been keeping for so long? Will Ginger ever get out of the hair styling business and go into the medical field?

I don’t recommend this for everyone. This is a chick lit for women who are at least 17 and up.

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March 19, 2013 · 12:30 pm

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