A Sky Full of Stars, by Samantha Chase is an interesting contemporary romance, which is focused on family dramatics and relationship drama.
Owen Shaughnessy is a brilliant scientist, yet he tends to struggle in social situations. When he has to lead a group of university students on a trip revolving around a meteor shower, Owen's close colleague recommends Brooke Matthew. Despite her lack of scientific knowledge, Brooke is an artist with her specialty painting nature and the night sky.
Both Owen and Brooke have insecurities and past history issues that lead to relationship drama. This story has a high emphasis on Owen being an extremely smart geek who is awkward and uncomfortable in social situations, as well as Brooke being a former mean girl and beauty pageant contestant who is now a struggling artist. As the story unfolds, they're forced to deal with family complications and issues from the past affecting their future.
Since it's the fifth book in The Shaughnessy Brothers series, it's recommended to start with the first book, Made for Us, yet it's not necessary to read the books in order. However, it's slightly easier to comprehend the full story, especially due to the dynamic interactions between all the family members.
A Sky Full of Stars is geared towards those who enjoy reading modern romances.
Note: I received this book from NetGalley, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.