The Kissing Booth starts out simple enough: Elle and her best friend, Lee, have to come up with a booth for the school festival, and what better thing to do than a Kissing Booth?
What Elle and Lee didn’t think of was what one simple kissing booth could lead to.
After all, Elle never thought that Lee’s older brother, Noah, would show up at the kissing booth; or that she’d be having her very first kiss with him. One kiss can cause so much trouble.
This book was so good!
Sure, it has its issues like any book does. There were a few mistakes here and there with grammar, and some British slang was used, but the content made up for any of that. Personally, I like my books with a perfectly happy ending all wrapped up with a nice little bow on top. But Beth Reekles' The Kissing Booth definitely made its way onto my list of favorite books.
Noah Flynn is by far the best book character I've read about in years. Most romance books have "the guy," the guy who is so perfect it's just unrealistic. Thankfully, Beth Reekles did not give us "the guy." She gave us Noah. He is over-protective, way too jealous, a violence junkie, and a major jerk sometimes; but that is what made him perfect. <3
I was also quite happy that the author didn't make The Kissing Booth into your typical clishe romance. She kept it original. It had flirting, teasing, the BEST of friends, great characters, and it was just an all around great read.
In a sense, it was perfect. <3
I'm definitely looking forward to many more books by Beth Reekles.