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212 pages, Kindle Edition
First published February 29, 2016
“...those bright green eyes stare at me with the same boyish wonder they always did four years ago. My heart skips a beat when his lips curve into a slow smile. I swallow hard, mustering the courage to say hello to the boy I once knew.”The relationship between Piper and Chase was cliche and was insta-love . The “build up” or reasoning to why the moved so fast because they knew each other 4 years ago. But, that’s not much of an explanation. 4 years ago they got on eachothers nerves and hated each other until the day before he left for college when they kissed. They kissed once. Now, 4 years later it’s like they were in a relationship for years and have finally when reunited after oh so many years apart. The relationship fell flat for me and that was the main drive for the book.
"If you break her heart again, I'm gonna have to break you. Got it?”The only thing that I really enjoyed about this book were the secondary characters. Theo, Piper’s best friend since High School, is such a loving and supporting person. She would always go to him for help and stood up for her in any and every situation. Even if he is in the middle of a date he will still stop what he’s doing and let her cry on his shoulder for as long as she needs. Comforting her through the hard parts of life. On Chase also has amazing friends, Nathan and Carter. Nathan and Carter are super cute and give Chase amazing advice. You can tell that they know him very well because they always crack jokes at his expense. Even though I loved these three they were way too supportive and understanding about Piper and Chase’s situation. They weren’t given the spotlight that they should have. They were really only used as shoulders to cry on and a sounding board for the main characters problems.