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[ARC Review] Bluff by Julie Dill

Title: Bluff
Author: Julie Dill
Publisher: Amberjack Publishing
Release date: February 17th 2017
Rating:
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Got my copy via Netgalley for an exchange of honest review! Thank you Amberjack Publishing!

20adf4_df1db29699fc459a8480746d5e7c0908 My thoughts 20adf4_df1db29699fc459a8480746d5e7c0908

Chelsea’s story surrounds in gambling world where she has to find money to help her father out in pay bills in house and school. She uses her technique in playing poker before with her father and uses it as a gaming strategy in casino. Digging to her more, she met a guy that totally turns her world around too. She’s been eager to get money and explore with this guy in underage teenager.

Wow, this book is mind blowing. I mean, this is a really good start of reading this book and I absolutely loving it so far. First, I really don’t know how to play poker but once I read this book, it is really excites me and I think I learn some of points on how to play in the Casino. Second, the thrill for the character getting in my veins when she starts playing and I can see that playing poker is addictive and I AM TOTALLY ADDICTIVE READING THIS BOOK!

So by all mean in the story, I frankly love it. Well I thought it will bore me since it is gambling and I don’t know much about it. But I dig in to the story, I learn a lot. Julie Dill totally write it beautifully for the young readers that gambling hidden for money, but she’s also giving us warning that gambling is pretty addictive since you can’t stop it once you started playing it. I actually love how Chelsea turned out in the end of the story, she knows somehow that she will be stable, one way or the other, she can totally escape what she and her dad dealing with.

As for the romance, I didn’t look much to it because I am more focused on Chelsea’s gambling story but when she started knowing the guy in the Casino, I already know that she got this thing that she wanted to know him more. I got more giggles and irritation and of course, heartache a little, but still I know her romance will never affect one way or the other.

Overall, I absolutely loving it. I will probably look for a physical copy of this book as publish and I’m excited that everyone will read it.

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