Review: Book: The Many Face of Charlotte Barnes- Marie McGrath

Title: The Many Faces of Charlotte Barnes

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Marie McGrath

Publisher: Creative James Media

Genre: YA Romance

Page Count: 332 Pages

ISBN: 978-1733262187

Author or Book Website: HOME | Books (

Link to Amazon purchase page: The Many Faces of Charlotte Barnes

Link to Goodreads: The Many Faces of Charlotte Barnes by Marie McGrath | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Boys were stupid, and Charlie was done with them all.

The final day of school, lounging by the pool, and the attention of the boy Charlie liked was all she needed for a perfect summer. Who could want more than a lazy day in the sun flirting with a boy you liked?

When her parents trick her into some twisted working vacation, Charlie thought her whole life was ruined. The first day of her adventure is the same day as her best friend’s summer bash—the very one they had spent months planning.

Samuel Foster finally makes a move, but she’s stuck in a different state entirely. When Charlie starts to meet guys her age on her road trip, she begins to wonder who she really is and if the things at home matter as much as she thought.

Will Samuel’s attraction still hold her attention? Or will someone new come and sweep her off her feet?

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I thought I knew what this book was going to be about by reading the blurb. It was more then I thought it was going to be. It is based around Charlie. She had plans for the summer with her best friend, but her parents throw that out the window. When they take her on tours of colleges while they are selling food out of their truck. She has a guy that she has been trying to get interested in her but when she goes on this road trip with her family she meets other guys and goes on dates. It was refreshing that it was no about instra-love. It seemed to me that Charlie was just have a good time. That is what it made it different then more of the books I have read recently.

My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars

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