My name is Savannah and I’m the founder Books With Bite. Books have always found a way to my heart with great literature and adventure. Though I may not be a teen, I wish I could be!
So it think that you all can figure it out that if a book has my name in it, I have to read it. Most characters names Savannah are stuck up and rarely do I find a Savannah that I enjoy reading. This Savannah, I like.
Plot: This is about a girl who moves to a new town cause of her fathers job. She works with horses and wants to work her way up to become something more. In the midst of things, Savannah faces many life changes in her family as well as learning the ropes in the new town. I really enjoyed this plot. It paved a nice way for the reader to become fully invested in the story.
Love/Friendship: Since Savannah’s job is somewhat of a blue collar job, Savannah finds herself in a new terrority of expectations. She meets this boy who is above her and not supposed to date people like Savannah. I like that this area is explored little by little in the story. Savannah learns quickly and despite the options that are given to her, she works with what she got. I adore that about Savannah. Because like her, I’m the same way. She didn’t care what people thought. She had a plan and was going through with it. The responsibility that Savannah took on are much like what I would do. She did more for others than herself and showed some true integrity.
Ending: I like that this ending is not quite a happily ever after but sort of is. Savannah gets what she wants but she worked for it. She pushed and excelled for what she wanted.
I think this is another fantastic addition to the Hundred Oaks series. This is truly a story that captures my expectations. Racing Savannah is great.