Review by Grace
Age: 9 to 12 a really good read.
Younger than this may find it tricky to understand the different situations.
I really found this an enjoyable read, as its the first book of this fantastic series. Each book in this series is named after a chocolate and a girl in the Tanberry family. Cherry is a new stepsister in this book. This book is about romance and new beginnnings for Cherry and she hopes to give a great first impression, but can she keep her mouth shut in order to keep the secrets of the different Tanberry sisters? And with a new boy in her life named Shay Fletcher, can she keep away when her step sister Honey is going out with him? Overall this is a truly thrilling and exciting read for anyone aged 9 to 12.
always on the outside.
She sometimes finds it hard to separate truth from fiction.
Looks: small, slim, coffee coloured skin, straight dark hair with a fringe often worn in little bunches.
Style: bright skinny jeans, T-Shirts, anything with a japanese theme.
Loves: dreaming, storie,s cherry blossom, urn-bru, gypsy caravans.
Prize Posessions: Kimono, parasol, japanese fan, photo of her mum from long ago.
Dreams: of being part of a family.
Every review i do on each sister, will contain a fact file of each.