You’re all invited to Sam Hunt’s House Party… metaphorically of course. This song is so fun and bubbly and actually makes me feel like inviting my friends over for a fun time or going on summer drives with them. Its such a fun summer song. What I especially like about this song is that it is the first party song in a long time that has nothing to do with having fun under the influence of anything. It talks about having simple fun with your friends, that’s all.
I think that I am currently in a Sam Hunt phase as I have been just looking for all of his songs and falling in love with each one I hear so look forward to more recommendations from this artist. I still haven’t figured out if I am going to categorize him as a Pop or Country artist yet, let me know what you think!
Time for my second eBook review. This is for the sequel to the book Lost & Found, also by Nicole Williams. Near & Far is the continuation of Jesse and Rowen’s story. Rowen has decided that she wants to extend her education in art buy attending the community college a couple of hours away from Jesse and the farm. She has moved away and although they try to see each other as often as possible they still begin to grow apart in the way that young adult couples usually do when any type of distance is put between them. It is like things are changing for Rowen and she is growing as a person while Jesse stays the same because he is basically in the same place doing the same thing. As they begin to grow apart other trials take place that cause them to question their relationship, but just to follow the typical culture of romance novels, they find their way back to one another. I really did like this novel but I did not find it to be as amazing as the first. It was a good sequel that was enjoyable and a good extention of the first book. A third book about Rowen and Jesse is coming out in a couple of months and I hope that it will be as entertaining of a read as the first two were!