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by Nikki Rittenberry (Goodreads Author)
Have you ever felt like you were destined to meet someone? Jacob Nelson didn't... that is until he met Cassie Warner. Their chance meeting in college initiated a passionate romance and when he left her behind to move to New York City after graduation to pursue his career in architecture, it was only supposed to be temporary. But Cassie is keeping a secret and when he disco ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published October 18th 2011 by Createspace
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A good quick read. There wasn't a lot of external drama like I would have liked but it was a great read. I loved the characters especially Tanner and Emily because they understood Jake and Cassie. I think Jake was amazing until he did what he did in the beginning and then he worked hard to redeem himself in Cassie's eyes to get her back. The writing was good but it lacked dimension it. This was a very quick read for me. I would recommend this author if asked.
This books wasn't one of my favorites. I didn't like that it went from now and then went to 5 years later and then 10 months later and kept jumping in time further. I did like the ending however I think this book could have been writing into more detail and maybe split into 2 books.
The back and forth killed me. I loved the book but feel Tanner overstepped too many boundaries in the beginning. I am happy Cassie and Jake found each other. I would have never wasted my time with Landen at all. He so pissed me off by trying to control her instead of support her.
This was a quick, sweet romance. The plot was interesting but it could have used more external conflict and less internal monologue. The characters seemed fairly one dimensional and needed to be fleshed out more. Overall, this was an OK read.