Hey! Here is my second review on Functionally Fictional. You can find the full article here. I hope you enjoy it! Oh, and did I mention that Abbi Glines liked the tweet with the link to my review? You can find the tweet here, from Functionally Fictional’s twitter page. Thanks to all of you for reading. You I truly appreciate it.
“Until Friday Night (The Field Party #1)” By Abbi Glines
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This book is one of Abbi Glines’ Young Adult fiction novels. Set in Alabama, it is told from two points of view: West Ashby and Maggie Carleton.
West Ashby is the football star running back of the small town’s high school. He has captured the attention from the females and is one of the most popular people at the school. But he is hiding a secret from everyone else, and it is tearing him apart.
Meet Maggie Carleton. Mute by choice due to a horrific scene she witnessed, she is moved to a new high school and a new town to live with her aunt, uncle, and cousin. Her cousin is the quarterback of the football team and is not thrilled to have her there. He is forced to bring her to parties and show her around school, mentioning to everyone that she is off limits and mute.
They meet at a field party (hence the name of the series). West slowly opens up to Maggie, who in turn opens up herself. They become an interesting couple and the talk of the town.
This is a sweet love story for those who want to just have an escape. It is not centered around football, like the title might suggest, but is rather centered around West and Maggie’s love story.
Some parts of it are a bit … [Read More]