Review: Less Than Nothing – R.E. Blake

Less Than NothingLess Than Nothing by R.E. Blake

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thanks to Netgalley for this free ARC!

Sage is seventeen years old and lives on the streets. Her only source of income is as a street musician, so when a stranger by the name of Derek comes and takes her usual busking spot, she flips out. But then she realises that this guy is absolutely gorgeous… And who can say no to a pretty face? Sage and Derek embark on a musical, cross country adventure where they realise that they might just be more than good friends….

The main reason l loved this book was because of the issues that it dealt with. How many NA books deal with the idea of homelessness? Not many, that’s for sure! Less Than Nothing is not your usual NA book, it’s an refreshing addition to a genre where many books are so, so similar to one another.

Second reason I loved this book? I loved the characters. None of them were cliched and they all had a sense of mystery to them, which was exciting to see unravel.

The only “bad” thing about this book was the ending, I was left somewhat hanging. But then again, aren’t good books supposed to make you want more? If so then I cannot wait for the follow up!

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