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I will have to stop here or else there is danger of me spoiling the book for you, but let me just tell you this. It hits the shelves on September 30th, so mark it in your calendar and let me know what you thought about it. Thank you! View all 8 comments. Aug 24, Kat Kennedy added it Shelves: romance-romance-romance , new-adultia.
Smart, sexy, quick read. Review to come.
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View 2 comments. This is the third romance I've read this month told in the first person, and I would say generally, I'm not a fan. One was okay, one was 'not offensive' and I would describe this one as not good not the whole book, specifically the first person POV. I did not like Lauren or her internal monologue.
She frequently reminds us that she's been in love with Rob since before she knew what her feelings meant, but I don't feel any of that emotion in her 'voice'. She says the words, but to me she comes across like a wooden actor simply repeating the words on the script. We hear what she says and thinks but obviously we can't hear what Rob thinks. We can only hear what he says and have to take it for granted that he's speaking from the heart and telling the truth.
And since he's not particularly demonstrative I just didn't feel the love from him either. There is no visible love in this book. The only thing I did like about this book was Lauren's relationship with Rob's ex-girlfriend, Avery. I liked the way they were able to mostly avoid the usual female rivals relationship and actually become friends. But that was only a small part of the book and it certainly couldn't make up for a lacklustre depiction of the hero and heroine's love for each other. I would probably 'impulse borrow' either of the other two books in the series pick them up without realising that I'd read a book from the series and not enjoyed it , but I definitely won't be searching them out or putting them on hold.
Aug 20, Alyssa rated it really liked it Shelves: releases. I really liked the first book! But this one - this one seemed more like "my style". Not quite, but closer than the first one. Rob is not what I expected, to be honest. I'm not sure what I expected, but certainly not this sweet, kind man. This book starts when Lauren moves out of Mount Albion, which isn't at the end of book one. It's somewhere in the second half. Honestly, I forgot about this, so when Lauren was talking about Nadia breaking up with Ty in the very beginning of this book, I was like whaaaaa?!!?
But then I realized that this occurred in the second half of book one. Makes sense. Lauren is back home. Her mom is dating some guy named Stuart totally okay with Lauren , Rob is still dating Avery hopeless feelings , and Lauren is struggling to find a job, so she can buy a car, pay for her online classes Lauren meets Rob in the grocery store. They start hanging out, fixing a house that he bought to flip. Rob breaks up with Avery you'll have to read to see why - but Lauren would never announce her feelings to Rob.
Unless Rob noticed her? Like I said before, I wasn't sure what to expect from Rob.
I didn't like that he was with Avery in book one - but I understand him now. Rob is such a sweetheart. He's four years older than Nadia and Lauren, and he's got confidence issues. No one thinks he's good enough, smart enough, but he's hot enough.
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He's good-looking enough for anything. They don't see his talent with making furniture and remodeling houses and construction projects. Rob is super hot, super physical, super sweet, and super honest. He's every girl's dream, without seeming cliche. I like Lauren. She has her quirks crowds, drinking to cope, etc. She's a genius - but since she failed out of college on purpose though and came home, everyone thinks she's knocked up or stupid or both. But she works hard to get a job, take classes, etc.
Lauren is a good person, and she's been completely in love with Rob since they were teens. Good thing he's been in love with her for quite some time - not as long as she had been. Lauren and Rob already know each other, but sparks start to fly from when they meet in the grocery when Lauren first comes home. Something specific happens, and Rob breaks up with Avery. Then it's all Lauren and Rob.
It's not insta-love by any means, but I like that the buildup for them to state their feelings and get together didn't take long. But then, the intimacy I approve though - it was fun to watch the two of them get sexually frustrated! I love the romance. The relationship is built beautifully - you can see the trust and love crafted into the romance.
It's not just physical with these two, it's not just about them being friends since they were young It's not drama-filled and angst-ridden and cliche. Okay, there is heartbreak and angst, but the time apart is very much needed and well-spent. Distance definitely made the hearts grow fonder, in this case. I like the diversity of situations in which Aguirre places her characters.
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It's not just college females who got abused or raped or hurt somehow. It's not just college males who beat people up in the past or drink a lot. There are twenty-somethings, for one, with little children. There are twenty-somethings with real jobs and real lives. There are twenty-somethings with controlling, ignorant, cold parents. There are twenty-somethings with a single parent who is dating. Not every college student's life or New Adult's life is cookie-cutter perfect with a side of brokenness or hurt or rape or whatever.
I like that! Basically, I enjoyed this book! I love that Aguirre can create imperfect characters without them being broken, beautiful romances without unnecessary drama, and really great New Adult contemporary romance novels without me vomiting in disgust! That's actually a high compliment.
What I Did Not Like: I can't think of anything at the moment - but this one is getting a solid four stars! Would I Recommend It: Yes!
I love Aguirre's books, but I'm really enjoying her New Adult books. Coming from the New Adult who hates New Adult books, this is a big deal. Read book one, at the very least! But I also really liked book two, possibly more than book one.
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Rating: 4 stars. So far so good! I'm not Courtney's biggest fan thinking of book three , and I'm not sure about how I feel about her ending up with Max Jul 15, Lilyan Little Yams marked it as to-read. And I'm not talking about Justin Bieber.
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