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Review: Tinfoil Heart by Daisy Prescott

Unique and a refreshing departure from what we’ve come to love from Daisy Prescott. Tinfoil Heart, is a romcom that you will get swooned over by it’s characters and story.

Ok, so to be honest, the whole alien/Roswell theme really isn’t my thing. However, I love Daisy so I was opened to trying new things. A little reluctant at first but kept an open mind and it was much better than I thought it was going to be.

I loved the main character Lucy. You can't help but fall in love with her. She pulls at your heart a little bit because she has no family and her life has been anchored by the search for a father that disappeared years ago. The ideal conclusion is that he skipped out on her and her mom when she was young but she was told he was abducted by aliens.

In my mind, I was thinking the whole time I reading this book, did this girl really believe that her dad was abducted by aliens all this time? She is old enough to realize how that sounds but the answer is yes. So we’re going to go on that premise which leads her to Roswell. She decides to go there in search of the truth but then she meets Boone Santos. 

Boone has thrown her off her game plan but she finds herself going down another path to find the truth. I love that line “In need a tinfoil hat for my heart.” After to meeting him, I don’t even know if that will help but these two together made some fun moments in the book. 

You never know where life will take you or where you will find the answers you need bit her journey leads her down a path to love, shedding her past and getting the truth she desperately needs to be whole. Overall, this was a different but interesting read that have a different vibe to it. It’s not to over the top with the Roswell stuff. The characters were interesting with the concept of the book. It was more to it than that. If you love Daisy than you’ll appreciate something new. I’d recommend checking this out and adding this to you TBR.

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