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Got this book through ITunes, which I have enjoyed reading very much.
It was so thrilling ,to see what was going to them next.
Can't wait to read more of your books
I liked the book, it was very sweet with a nice ending. Def for younger readers, some of the writing feels immature. It was missing something, I don't know what. The ending felt way too rushed. Overall a nice read
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone! If you enjoy a realistic storyline with romance and drama, this is a must read!
Great start to a new trilogy...
After being drugged and assaulted on campus, Tabitha Kelly became a girl in crisis. To give her a reset, she moves to live with her father and stepmother in Minnesota. In an effort to take back her control and life, she decides to go for a no strings attached one night stand with Noah. Will they be able to turn a night that could have been into something real? Will she continue to make progress in both their friendship and relationship, and will this help her heal? Will her past ultimately come back to haunt her and drive her away from the person who loves her?
I can't wait to read #2 "More" and dive into the story of Jules and Foster.
I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review.
I loved this book.
The story never faltered for even a moment. Unlike a lot of books, there was hot intimate parts, but sex wasn’t the purpose of the book- it had a story to tell, and the was done so well.
This book was missing a little something. The plot and characters are well done, but the writing lacked a spark that was much needed given the subject matter. By the end I didn't really card about the main character's healing because she was such a brat about the process. This is one reason to stay away from New Adult novels. Authors write twenty-something as immature which is not the same as young. Plus the smexy times were BORING! Read this one for the plot & the price...and the promise that Ms. Clare is on the right track.