February 22, 2014 by ceresbooksworld
Cooper Reynolds’s life is going to the dogs… literally.
As if being a high school senior in a small Texas town wasn’t hard enough, Cooper has bigger things to worry about than who he’ll take to prom and whether or not the Poisonfoot Padres will win homecoming. He has less than a year before his eighteenth birthday, when a curse placed on his family will doom him to live in coyote form forever.
The last thing he needs to complicate his already messed-up life is a girl, but fate has other plans in mind for him when it brings Eloise “Lou” Whittaker to Poisonfoot. She’s grouchy, sarcastic and has no love for her new Texas home, but she might be exactly the right person to help Cooper break the curse.
The clock is ticking, and Cooper will have to decide if he’s willing to let Lou in on his dirty little secret before it’s too late.
My Review :
Autumn is the story of two young people and a curse. Lou from California move to Poisonfoot du to the death of her father and the family money problem. She goes to her grandmother with her mother. Strange things happen to her.
The school starts, she meet Marny and Cooper. Marny and her grandma try to warn Lou about Cooper but she decides to judge by herself and she fells for him. Cooper is cursed like all the men in his familly and eventually he tell his story to Lou. Together they’ll find that them family are connected with the curse.
I like Lou, she is stubborn, she values friendship and don’t judge the people before knowing them. She is curious and don’t hesitate to satisfy her curiosity.
Cooper is handsome and lonely, nobody likes his family and that is a problem for him, he doesn’t understand the reason and that mekes him sad. When Lou arrives in Poisonfoot, his life became suddenly less sad.
I love when Lou and Cooper are together and I love their interaction.
I like that Sierra write Autumn from two point of view, Eloise’s and Cooper’s. She allows us to know better the character of the two protagonists.
The romance part of the book is well describe, I love the first time when Lou meet Cooper (“So, you’re not hideous. I was expecting you to be hideous.” – Lou stared at him, her mouth hanging slightly open. “I beg your pardon ? ” – “I mean, the goggles aren’t helping. Especially with your mouth open like that. You kind of look like a fish.” )
All the dialog are well construct and it’s a pleasure to read a book like this one. Under no circomstance we’ll be bored to death.
It was an easy and nicely read that held my interest from the begin until the end, I like all the books of Sierra Dean and now I can’t wait for read Winter, Spring and Summer.
Thanks to Sierra Dean and Netgalley for giving me the opportunity to read this axwesome book.