Title: Don't Touch
Author: Rachel M. Wilson
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Source: I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book whatsoever; it's my true opinion only.
I received an e-book of this from HarperTeen via Edelweiss. Thank you to the publisher for giving me a chance to read and review this.
I loved this book so frickin' much! It was just so entertaining and touching at the same time.
First of all I love the whole concept to the story: a girl who has a serious OCD problem with touching people? Yes please! Also, performing arts?! I was hooked before the word go.
I loved Caddie. I felt for her so much. For someone who also has an OCD problem, I know how hard it is to struggle with it. She developed into such a fantastic person. I loved her story, and I enjoyed her telling it.
This book has a great friendship storyline: Caddie and Mandy, as well as all of Mandy’s friends that welcomed Caddie into their group. They were funny and outspoken group: Mandy, Livia, Oscar, Drew, Hank, and Peter.
Mandy was a fantastic friend. She really did help Caddie through this, and didn't make fun of the situation at all.
Peter was a male character that was definitely swoon-worthy. I wanted Caddie and Peter to get together so bad, but the obstacles, man! I admired him for caring and trying to help Caddie so much.
Rachel's writing style is fantastic. I knew as soon as I began that I would enjoy this book.
This book deserves the five star rating that I gave it.
Anyone who loves a good performing arts book should pick this book up. Or if you're a Shakespeare fan, then this contains Hamlet.
Perfect for all contemporary fans.
Don't Touch is a very touching and moving novel that will have you smiling (as it did for me).
I hope you have enjoyed this review.
Happy reading =)