Butterfly Porcupine Aintree Tales 1 PDF/EPUB ↠

Kai is an extravert He likes making friends and hangs out with the close knit group of teenagers who live in Aintree Court West London most of whom have grown up together and attend Aintree High School At the end of the school term Kai's summer was all planned out party date the hottest girl around play football play basketball and pursue his hobby taking pictures with his camera He lands a job working for a professional photographer and gets to spend the last weekend of summer at the Reading Music Festival Life is good That is until a new arrival to Aintree moves into the house across from hisIf Tasha could pick a superpower she wouldn't have to think about it It would be invisibility Tasha is not a people person At the end of term she leaves her old school her mother and her friends behind and moves to Aintree to live with her estranged father his second wife and their son Marc Tasha’s summer was all planned out too settle in her new home bond with her father’s family and hopefully keep a low profile She soon discovers that not everyone in Aintree is thrilled to have her around Homesick and unable to fit in life is not exactly great That is until she receives an unexpected genuine offer of friendship or is it?


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    First of all I would love to thank Susan Francis for providing me with an ebook of Butterfly Porcupine in exchange for a review And I have to say that I was quite surprised my this story It is a simple coming of age story told in two POV's and I found myself saying 'just one chapter' and that turned into finishing the book in pretty much one sitting The story is set around Tasha and Kai Tasha moves from Trinidad to West London where she will live with her estranged father and his new family They live in a gated community called Aintree Court where Kai is her neighbour It's a pretty closed off community that focus on family and community spirit but being so close knit means that everyone knows your business And to Tasha there is nothing mortifying considering how closed off and shy she is Kai on the other hand is completely opposite He is popular good looking has all the girls swooning and a really bright future for himself Oh man I even find myself falling in love with him He was deliciously coated in dairy milk and on the inside he was like caramel gooey and sweet I really loved his character So when Tasha first lays on him yes she sees what he looks like on the outside and then prejudges him to be this player type when in fact he really isn't And Kai goes out of his way to really make an effort to get to know her and try and break her shell Well now this story really had me all caught up and I found myself flustered and frustrated captivated and bewildered annoyed and irritated and happy and elated I'm telling you I really felt like I was giddy and excited one minute and then I wanted to beat the wall to a pulp the next minute preferably with Tasha's head Don't get me wrong I quite liked her character I liked how strong and determined she is to get on with her life stand her ground and not really care what others think But she was also relentlessly stubborn to no avail and annoying Yes I totally understand what it's like be reserved and shy and feeling awkward and not comfortable and self conscious but enough is enough Here was a guy Kai who was popular much loved creative and going somewhere wanting to be with her putting in all the effort and hard work and she would shut him down always This is what frustrated me the most At times I wanted Kai to just give up and I felt his pain but other times I really wanted him to succeed and press on To not abandon her and fight hard for her love and attention What infuriated me the most was the incident with the photo OMG As an artist myself I was completely bewildered by her reaction to Kai secretly snapping a picture of her all be it at a vulnerable moment and then entering it in a competition Okay I get that he forgot to mention to her that he had done this but good God almighty I think her issues about having her photo out there for everyone to view was a bit extreme But I guess she is very sensitive like that All in all I really enjoyed this book and if you find yourself thinking what to read I think that this story will surprise you and it's refreshing to read about life of teenagers living in London