Dear Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan,
I am currently reading your book Spoiled. I wanted you to know that I’m enjoying the book very much and I can’t wait to finish it! I like the way you brought both of your writing styles together – it makes the book much more interesting if you have two heads working together, in my opinion.
So far, my favorite character is Molly. When she is thrust into the new situation of living with her famous father, I can understand the way she is feeling. You do a very good job explaining her feelings through her actions and dialogue in the story. For example, when Molly is realizing that she does have Brick’s eyes, I can tell that she’s pleased.
Brick is my other favorite character. I think his characteristics give the book character. The way he is oblivious to the way Brooke is treating Molly when she’s not in front of him, makes me want to make Brick aware of Brooke’s actions. The word choices for his dialogue is also interesting. The way he relates almost everything to a movie possibility makes him seem obsessed with his job, yet kind and compassionate.
At the point in the story where I am right now, Brooke is annoying me to a point where I want to scream at her! I can almost hear her whiny voice when she sucks up to Brick, and see her stuck–up face. I think this is awesome character make-up. She gives the book some ‘spice’ and definitely has her own personality. The book title makes sense for sure. Spoiled is a perfect word to describe Brooke. I hope her views of Molly changes because I think she can be a great friend to Molly and help her get through this hard time.
The only thing I’m not liking about this book so far is that it’s getting a little predictable. I’m not finished yet, but I predict that Molly and Brooke will become good friends after Brooke makes some mistakes and hurts Molly. I think Brick will be a big contributor to their companionship. The ending could still surprise me, I don’t know, but I just think it would be a typical ending for a story like this.
I am interested to see if I’m right, I can’t wait to finish your book! Thanks for writing a great book!