Mouthful by C.R. Grissom

Release Date: 03.09.2020


Life after high school still blows

Between a judgmental beauty advice columnist mom who sends clothes several sizes too small, and social media sex-shaming her senior year of high school, Faith Lacerna needs a self-confidence boost. Being a freshman at Fortis University in Silicon Valley will be fine, as long as she doesn’t attract attention. Except wearing oversized hoodies in sunny California isn’t the best choice for blending in.

When football jock Caleb St. John shows interest, she recommits to studying anything but the hot tight end. Caleb wants to lose himself in football, avoid his unfaithful ex-girlfriend, and – unlike his cheating dad – live his life with integrity. He knows there’s more to Faith than baggy clothes. Her humor and audacity spark more than Caleb’s competitive nature.

Faith doesn’t want to be interested, but Caleb’s kindness and sense of adventure has her hooked. She soon realizes she needs to confront her hurts and fears if she wants to embrace a relationship with Caleb and not let the past intercept her future.


Mouthful was a nice read from a new to me author.
C.R. Grissom made a very good job with the characters' depictions and their personal growth.

Faith is a young girl who has had some bad experience at high school with her classmates so she is so glad to transfer to California to start anew at the college. Here she meets Caleb a great guy who will try to help her to feel good and special in her own skin but a wounded soul is difficult to heal and their relationship will be littered with obstacles.

I recommend to read this new adult story because it's relatable even if the characters are still so young, they give everyone a beautiful message.


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