“Those I Love you’d were great, but unfortunately for me it was a short-lived high. Because, just a few days later, I got the news that would rock me for months, and I’m sure I won’t ever recover.”
Matt is a dream and Kara has some emotional baggage. Kara and her mother move in with her grandfather while her father is deployed. Kara finds an admirer while growing roots. Unfortunately, when Kara has to face her worst nightmare she struggles to hold onto who she is.
I wasn’t sure how I felt about Let’s Be Legends until the end. I am not one to pick up and devour a story with romance BUT this Let’s Be Legends isn’t an everyday love story. Let’s Be Legends is a tragic story told through dual timelines—a courtroom and flashbacks.
Kara gave her confession to the judge. While she, and you, wait for the verdict you slowly discover Kara’s story through flashbacks. I was on edge as her story unfolded! You will have to read to find out what happens~
Kara is an interesting character. She is full of spunk, not afraid to say what is on her mind, and a military brat. I liked that she wasn’t shy or too nervous to start school, but her personality was a little strong. I don’t come across many stories that include military brats/military life. It was nice to read something that brought up the struggles the military child goes through. If you are looking for a read that lightly touches on those themes, defiantly check out Let’s Be Legends.
So what did I think? I was not 100% sold until the full story was clear. I was not sold with the-new-girl-in-town-love-story, but not knowing why Kara was setting through a trail I had to keep reading. You might proceed to read Let’s Be Friends with hesitation but the suspense makes up for any stereotypicalness. I’d recommend you check it out if you are looking to read something short with a surprise.
If you are interested in reading Let’s Be Legends check it out in Sean Fesko’s website here.
Thank you so much for the review, Mackenzie! Glad you liked it 🙂
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