The Only Exception by Magan Vernon


I was surprised how much I enjoyed reading this. Despite all the romantic tropes, it was engaging, witty and discusses controversial issues that needs to be tackled in today's society. It was written very well, in a way that was not preachy or even presented in a very direct manner. Rather it was done in a realistic way, what you would imagine would happen to a young woman faced with what Monica had to deal with.  Magan Vernon's The Only Exception is definitely exceptional.

*Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for providing the ARC in return for an honest review*



Summary:
Fiercely liberal Monica Remy prefers to blend in. Despite her tattoos, piercings, and outspoken personality, she transferred to Central to escape—before she finds out that her next door neighbor is the uber conservative senator’s son, Trey Chapman.

No matter how hard she tries to avoid Trey, he still finds a way to get under her skin. Monica can’t stand his crisp white shirts or his staunch views on women. But she can’t help counting every freckle on his face and wondering what it would feel like to have him stop talking politics and kiss her.

A class debate project forces the unlikely pair to work together, and the political lines are blurred in late-night make out sessions. But despite their fiery chemistry, Trey’s politics threatens to smother their relationship for good.

***This book is New Adult contemporary and recommended for 16 plus audience due to sexual situations**


Title: The Only Exception
Author: Magan Vernon
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance, Women's Fiction
Published: April 2013
Publisher: Beautifully Broken Books
Rating: ♨♨♨♨ (Readers who love New Adult Romances with near perfect heroes and angst ridden heroine, with witty bantering and sizzling chemistry and deals with real life issues will enjoy this book.  )

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