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NemeSIS Review


Title: NemeSIS

Author: Susan Marshall

Published: April 4, 2017 by Blue Moon Publishers

Format: Digital ARC

Genre: Young Adult, Romance

Reading Period: February 15, 2017

Rating: ★★☆☆☆


Dad has moved out and Mom has checked out, leaving the door wide open for the beautiful, erratic Rachel to torment her “loser, loner” younger sister, Nadine. With her family in full meltdown mode, Nadine is alone, trying to cope with Rachel’s increasingly unpredictable moods. Friendless, but determined to turn her life around, Nadine meets Anne, who introduces her to field hockey and to her hot twin brothers, Matt and Cameron.

As Nadine’s star begins to rise, however, Rachel plots to bring her back down, and the tension ratchets up when Rachel starts dating Matt just as Nadine is getting to know Cameron better. When Matt’s interest starts to fade, Rachel goes into overdrive. Is Nadine ready to risk it all in a final showdown with her sister?


Thank you Netgalley and Blue Moon Publisher for a free digital copy of this book.

The first time I saw the title I thought it was a science fiction novel. I didn’t expect how this book turned out. I was totally at loss for words because it is kind of disappointing.

This story simply tell a story of a simple sibling rivalry. Why I say simple? It is because it is not a major conflict between Nadine and Rachel. I think Rachel is just jealous of Nadine because she’s their Dad’s “ice princess” and their Mom’s little rock, sporty and smart. Also, Rachel that everything is easy for Nadine because she suddenly became a field hockey star and got a boyfriend.

What I like in this book is how Ms. Susan Marshall wrote it. It is light and easy to read.

Overall, I’m giving this book 2 stars, because I really expect a lot from this book.

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