Author: Kyra Petrovskaya Wayne
Title: The Chaperone
Category: Genre Fiction
Reviewd on a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 meaning “poor” and 5 meaning “excellent”.
- Plot: 5
- Grammar: 5
- Character Development: 5
- Cover Design: 5 (The cover is absolutely beautiful)
What did you like best about this book?
A most unusual plot, the idea of a call girl taking on the job of chaperone for two teenage girls. These girls are more than Natalie, the heroine expected. All of the characters are three-dimensional and unusual. The story has many layers and surprises along the way, with a good helping of romance.
Thje dialogue is most-definitely realistic, reveals character and moves the plot along. All the settings, and there are many, are well-described. the ending is a big surprise. Good job. The Chaperone would make a good movie.
How can the author improve this book?
No suggestions, the author did a great job—unique plot, good writing. Hopefully, the promotion plan is also good: booksignings, presentations for libraries, book clubs, service and social groups, and exploit the Internet.