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Review: Love at First Fight by Maggie Dallen

Review: Love at First Fight by Maggie Dallen

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When done correctly, friends to love stories are the most superior and are the best. Fortunately, Love at First Fight had all the proper ingredients. It was a cute YA story with two sweet characters.

Love at First Fight tells the story of Margo. After a humiliating photo of her goes viral, the whole journey of her senior year changes. She must now rely on a past friend, Jason, to attempt to take control of the situation.

The story was simple and not overdramatic. It held my interest although through. And there were some moments that made me smile.

Characters

Like mentioned previously, I enjoyed Margo and Jason. I thought they were well rounded and sweet characters. Neither of them had a hidden agenda, what they did have was massive crushes on each other.

Although I found their relationship adorable, I would have liked more conversations between Margo & Jason. For most of the book, it was them reacting to events instead of be active. Also, I would have liked their explored to have been explored a little more. It was obvious that there was a history between the two but I would have liked a more exploration of how they used to act around each other.

The supporting characters were forgettable. There were a lot of them.Besides Margo's two best friends, every other supporting character in the book wasn't the best. They were a little manipulative & rude.

Final Analysis

Love at First Fight was a cute YA love story that does have a few flaws, however they do not hinder the reading experience.

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