Updated: Jan 3
Age Range: 13 and up
The Distance Between Us in an entertaining book about the rich and the poor. Caymen Meyers studies the rich as her little science project. She thinks that the rich are only good for buying overpriced clothing, accessories, and other useless stuff, like the porcelain dolls in her mother's shop. When Xander Spence walks in to buy a doll for his grandmother Cayman thinks that he is just like every other rich boy. Spoiled, obnoxious, handsome, and rude to poor people like herself. The only problem is he keeps coming back to the store and showing up unexpectedly in her life. She can't get rid of or scare him off, and much to her dismay, she's beginning to enjoy his company. If her mom ever found out, she would probably have a heart attack. As Cayman and Xander become closer, she realizes that it is more to their relationship than she first thought.
I thought that the distance between us was a pretty good book for Kasie West but I didn't love. This is just my personal opinion because everyone else I know loves this book and I am pretty sure that this book is Kasie's top rated book but I didn't like Xander that much or Cayman friends. I feel like they were all a bit too pushy, but I hope you all like this book.
Things to mention: Caymen's mom had her as an unmarried teenager. Also, Caymen thinks her mom might be pregnant again, but she is not. "Crap" is said a few times. There is some underage drinking around the side characters and kissing details.
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