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The Summer Before Forever

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Some boys break your heart. Others teach you how to heal it.

Chloe Stone’s life is a hot mess. Determined to stop being so freaking skittish, she packs up her quasi-famous best friend and heads to Florida. The goal? Complete the summer bucket list to end all bucket lists. The problem? Her hot soon-to-be stepbrother, Landon Jacobs.

Landon’s mom will throttle him if he even looks at his future stepsister the wrong way. Problem is, Chloe is everything he didn’t know he wanted, and that’s...inconvenient. Watching her tear it up on a karaoke stage, stand up to his asshole friend, and rock her first string bikini destroys his sanity.

But there’s more than their future family on the line. Landon is hiding something—something he knows will change how she feels about him—and she’s hiding something from him, too. And when the secrets come out, there’s a good chance neither will look at the other the same way again...

304 pages, ebook

First published August 22, 2016

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Melissa Chambers

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Melissa Chambers writes contemporary novels for young, new, and actual adults. A Nashville native, she spends her days working in the music industry and her nights getting lost in her characters. While she’s slightly obsessed with alt rock, she leaves the guitar playing to her husband and kid. She never misses a chance to play a tennis match, listen to an audiobook, or eat a bowl of ice cream. (Rocky road, please!) She’s a member of several online and local writers groups, all of which she treasures and is unendingly grateful for, and has served as president for the Music City Romance Writers. She is the author of the Love Along Hwy 30A series, the Destiny Dunes series, the Before Forever series (YA), Courting Carlyn (YA), and Two Boy Summer (YA).

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750 reviews134 followers
August 15, 2016
So good! I've not read many books in which the main characters are soon-to-step-siblings, but this is one that I'll read again and again. It's hard not to swoon over a guy like Landon who is sweet, caring, respectful, and patient with Chloe. Their romance is the best thing ever.

I didn't love Jenna all the time, but I also know that there's a lot more to her than you first see and if we ever got a story from her perspective, I think it would be like Emery Lord's Open Road Summer, except a little more pop than country. She's a fiercely loyal friend, despite her faults.

Can't wait to gush about Chloe and Landon with other people.
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114 reviews1,286 followers
December 2, 2016
*Thank you, Entangled Publishing, LLC, for sending me a copy of this book (via Netgalley) in exchange for an honest review.*

When my beloved mother discovered that I was reading this book, she immediately reprimanded me online, telling me that I should not be reading pulp romance. I couldn't blame her for jumping to conclusions. After all, that cheesy cover says a lot. Now, although I hadn't read the book yet during that time, I deigned to defend its reputation, determined as I was to give it a chance. I wanted to prove to my mother that not all YA contemporary novels have frivolous content.

With that in mind, I'm happy to say that this novel was cute, thought-provoking, and inspiring at best. It tackled important issues, such as broken families, sexual abuse, and learning disabilities. These are topics readers don't normally encounter (simultaneously) in summery, feel-good literature, and I appreciated how these sensitive issues were explored in a very refreshing and optimistic approach. Furthermore, given my divergent upbringing as a "normal" boy in a conservative, tight-knit family, I was filled with sympathy for Chloe and Landon, who were significantly flawed because of their respective backgrounds and hang-ups. I am not a teenager anymore, but I was still capable of putting myself in their shoes. Overall, the majority of the plot was emotionally charged, and it surprisingly made my reading experience more meaningful, memorable, and vibrant.

Unfortunately, I am persuaded to give this novel merely three stars because of its major cliches or tropes. The moment I started reading, I already assumed that a forbidden romance was going to blossom between Chloe and Landon in spite of their imminent, familial connection. However, I was disturbed by how quickly their relationship developed; it was practically lust at first sight! These two teenagers had the hots for each other the very moment their gazes locked, and I was further annoyed by how they could not resist the temptation to objectify each other's bodies.

Landon was the bonafide pervert of the two, occasionally alluding to the "movements" and "needs" of his genitals. To make things worse, he attributed his amorous behavior to his masculinity, as if to imply that all males were naturally horny. I nearly lost all my respect for him as a protagonist when he briefly considered sleeping with other girls just to help him get his mind off Chloe (at least for a little while). Chloe was of course the overrated virgin, an innocent girl who was weirdly ashamed of her single (NBSB) status. Despite her gradual character development, she also had a generally weak and dependent personality. How so? A male was the one who broke her, and it was also a male who helped her heal. To simply put it, this book reinforced quite a number of our gender stereotypes.

In conclusion, The Summer Before Forever is predominantly substantial in regards to its content. The issues it discussed were very relevant, especially in this time wherein people are often insensitive to the struggles of others. In spite of its shortcomings, this contemporary novel is still worthwhile. Just be careful to keep your Feminist sentiments in check.
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515 reviews77 followers
August 26, 2016
I really liked this book. I'm a huge fan of forbidden love stories, and this one was just adorably executed. It's a very sweet story about coming of age and finding self-confidence bundled into the perfect summer read.
Mrs. Chambers' characters got me hooked from page one, but her writing style has me hooked to her works. I look forward to whatever she publishes next.
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Author 117 books8,072 followers
August 19, 2016
A sweet, uplifting, coming-of-age romance that will give you all the feels!

I seem to be addicted to forbidden romances at the moment, and I must admit it was what attracted me to request a review copy of The Summer Before Forever. However, to categorize this book as such would be doing it a massive injustice, because there is so much depth to this read and it is much more than just a story of two soon to be step-siblings who fall hard for each other.

This is a story about overcoming obstacles to follow your heart's desire.

Chloe undergoes massive character development throughout this book, bolstered by support from both Landon and Jenna. Jenna was an absolute hoot - a minor celebrity thanks to a stint on a TV show/competition, she clearly loves the spotlight. She is the polar opposite of shy Chloe in that regard. However, Jenna was such a fantastic friend to her, encouraging her to come out of her shell, and to deal with the issues as a result of a horrible assault she had endured.

Landon had my heart from the first time he made an appearance on my Kindle. What a complete and utter sweetheart. It's clear they are attracted to one another from the minute they meet but it takes a few weeks for them to act on it. I loved the build-up and getting to know both of them during that time. They really brought out the best in one another, and it epitomizes everything that is wonderful in a relationship when it's truly meant to be.

I've heard of dyslexia but I hadn't heard of dyscalculia until I read this book. Landon was following a different path in life rather than the one he desired because he felt the limitations of his disability. He never came across as weak even though he often felt like that on the inside. I loved the end of the book and how Chloe helped him face up to the challenges and move beyond them. Such a sweet, empowering, feel-good message.

I enjoyed the author's writing style, and there was great emotional complexity and characterization. Voice was strong and distinguishable. It was a little slow the first 15% but that was a non-issue thereafter. The sexual assault was a little glossed over, and I felt that could've been explored a little more, however, it didn't dent my enjoyment.

In summary, this was a fantastic read and I highly recommend to fans of well-written sweet contemporary YA romance.

Thanks to Entangled Teen for providing a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. This review will appear on my blog in due course : http://myyanabookobsession.com

4.5 stars.
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231 reviews4 followers
July 27, 2018
I received an ARC of this book and here's my honest review of it. Special thanks to Entangled Publishing, LLC for sending me a copy!

God, it's been such a long time since I last read a contemporary romance novel that made my heart race and my toes tingle, I've almost forgotten how it feels like. I even went so far as to claim that romance doesn't seem to be my cup of tea anymore as my reading taste evolved, but this book reminded me of all the reasons I used to love reading chick-lits and romance novels. Good ones, not those sappy, clichéd bullshit.

I think the best way to describe this book is: Clueless (the 90's movie) meets Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson. The chemistry between the main characters gave me butterflies in my stomach and had my heart pounding in my throat as I wondered, for the second time this week, what it feels like to be so crazy in love with someone. I liked the writing style (except for the first few chapters) as it kept me reading non-stop and I found it hard to put the book down. I kept picking it up 5 minutes after I've set it aside to get my revision done. I ended up not doing any revision. (Good books are gonna be the death of me. Ugh.)

I'd say that this book is definitely comparable to the works of Sophie Kinsella (who is my all-time favourite chick-lit author, by the way) except the first part that was poorly written. A crisis took place in the beginning of the story, which I felt deserved way more attention than was given to it, considering that it is a controversial issue happening in our society today. I couldn't help but feel as though the crisis was just thrown in as a topic that could be used further in the story to develop the plot. Although to be fair, the author did give the crisis the attention it deserved later on in the story, and I liked how the problem was properly resolved.

Overall, this was a good read that filled my ice-cold loner heart with warmth and thawed it. Looking forward to reading the next book in the series!
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1,878 reviews1,310 followers
December 22, 2016
Chloe is glad she can leave her hometown behind for a few months. She's relieved she can stay with her father for the summer. Her best friend Jenna is coming with her. Chloe's father lives in Florida, in a resort near the beach, together with his fiancée and her son. Chloe hasn't met them yet, so she can use her best friend's support. She hopes her future stepbrother will be nice and brotherly. She needs this summer to recharge her batteries and to find herself again after the awful time she's had. Jenna puts a bucket list together for Chloe that contains ten goals she needs to achieve while she's there. She's sure this will give Chloe the confidence she desperately needs. Is it a good plan and will it work out the way it should?

Landon's mother has given him clear instructions, he has to keep his distance from Chloe and Jenna. It's fine if they spend time together, but he's a guy and they are pretty girls, which is usually a dangerous situation. He's a gentleman and he thinks he can do it, but when he sees Chloe he isn't so sure anymore. They both have their secrets and opening up isn't easy. Plus they will be brother and sister in a few weeks. Will Landon be able to obey his mother or is it too difficult for him to follow her orders?

The Summer Before Forever is a beautiful sweet story. Chloe is a kindhearted girl. She's terribly shy, but she doesn't run away from a challenge. She knows what she wants and she's very talented. Landon is smart and he's a real gentleman. He's a guy many girls dream about, but this doesn't make him arrogant. He's insecure rather than cocky and that makes him adorable. I immediately loved Chloe and Landon's connection. They are absolutely wonderful together.

I like that Melissa Chambers mixes humor with serious topics. Jenna is a whirlwind and her actions often made me laugh. She's a handful, but she's also a loyal and loving friend, which is exactly what Chloe needs. Both Chloe and Landon have to deal with difficult issues and I loved how sympathetic Melissa Chambers writes about them. She describes their feelings in a considerate and truthful way. She also shows that people are more than just their limitations, which is a fantastic message. There's quite a bit of depth in this story, while it's also romantic and cute. Melissa Chambers has a vivid writing style with a good flow and everything about this book felt exactly right. I enjoyed reading this fabulous summer story very much and highly recommend it.
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4,846 reviews294 followers
August 22, 2016
First off , I have to admit that I didn't know this was going to be an "I'm in love with my Stepbrother type book " . However , as I got reading it I have to say that this was one of the better stepbrother-love type books as it was written with the late YA/ early NA's in mind as it wasn't over the top sexual like alot of the stepbrother books around . In The Summer Before Forever, we meet Chloe who is headed to her Dad's alongside best friend Jenna to meet his new wife-to-be and brother Landon. Chloe just thinks she will have the experience of a brother but she never expected to fall in love especially since her track record is non-existent and the one time she hooks up with a guy she is almost raped. Reeling from the incident Chloe is cautious and shy but being around her best friend Jenna who is the complete opposite - they form a "Get Chloe out of her Shell" bucket list as we read through the book and live the moments that Jenna and Chloe tick off from singing Karaoke to more heartfelt moments like finally talking to her Dad after their almost non-existent relationship. Will this Summer be the end of the Landon and Chloe fling ? Is it something that needs to be gotten out of the way before their parents are married or will their love for each other run deeper than either one will realise ? The Summer Before Forever is one of those Romance Meets Stepbrother Meets New Family meets Finding Yourself and Discovering who you really are before college begins type of reads.
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2,018 reviews232 followers
July 10, 2017
**You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**The Summer Before Forever is the first book in the before forever series by author Melissa Chambers. The books are all interconnected standalones. I have read and really enjoyed both of the books in the series, but my favorite book was the first one. I just loved Chloe. She was by far my favorite character. It was so great watching her summer transformation. It didn't feel cheesy or forced; it felt natural. And it was a ton of fun.

In The Summer Before Forever, Chloe goes to spend the summer with her dad, his fiance and her soon to be new step-brother, Landon. I really, really loved Landon at the start of the story and at the end of the story. He got to be a bit much for me at about the 75% mark because I thought he was acting a little crazy, but I get it- Chloe is pretty awesome. But he won be back over again very quickly. Chloe is pretty much dreading the summer because things have been tense between her and her dad, so she brings her best friend Jenna along. Jenna is the main character of the second book in the series, Falling for Forever. And she is a larger than life personality. She cracks me up. I loved seeing her as Chloe's best friend first before I saw her in her own story. She is a lot, but it is so clear that she would do anything for her friends. Chloe and Jenna are an odd pair, but I really love their friendship.

The Summer Before Forever was a feel good read from start to finish. I love that Melissa Chambers picked a learning disability that I had never heard of before. I learned a lot about Dyscalculia, which is a learning disorder that affects the way numbers are processed in the brain. I found this to be a fascinating pick, not only academically, but also for things in Landon's every day life, not to mention how it affected his ability to play football at a college level. Melissa Chambers clearly did a lot of research to make everything seem realistic, and she brought up many points that I hadn't even considered. I actually really loved that aspect of Landon and how it all played out.

And finally, let's talk about the romance in The Summer Before Forever. I freakin' love Chloe and Landon. looooove them! I loved how Landon was fascinated by Chloe right from the very start, and he was unwavering. I liked how Chloe was a bit reserved, but her progression with Landon was super adorable and heartfelt. This book, and this series, is the perfect summer read. Pick it up for a beach day, a pool day, or even a rainy day in bed. Just read the Before Forever series. It will put a smile on your face.

This review was originally posted on Book Briefs
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1,422 reviews1,326 followers
August 29, 2016
3.5 stars!

So admittedly I was a little leery when I requested this book because while it’s not really a forbidden kind of romance, it’s a bit weird when you say you’re dating your step-brother… right?

Here’s the thing. I think Chambers did this in the best way possible. First of all, Chloe isn’t close with her father, but he’s getting remarried so she is off (with her best friend) to spend the summer with him and get to know his soon to be wife and her son as well as rekindle the relationship with him. From the get go you can tell Landon and Chloe are interested in each other and both do a pretty good job of trying to hide it from the other. So point for making an effort. As they spend more time together though, it gets harder and harder to deny that they aren’t interested.

But the relationship here isn’t the only thing happening. While Chloe’s a bit of an introvert and has been keeping something that happened at home right before her departure a secret, she’s got her bff with her on this trip and they make up a list of things that Chloe needs to accomplish this summer. Jenna is a bit of a whirlwind and there were times that I absolutely enjoyed her, but there were times that I thought she was incredibly obnoxious and irritating. The two are complete opposites and it’s almost strange that they are such amazing friends, but then again, opposites and all that. They complement each other well, and Chambers has created an amazing friendship between the two.

Now let’s talk about Landon… I honestly don’t know if I’d be able to deny myself either if he were my step-brother. Landon is off to college soon, to wrestle… even though football is his passion, there are too many things that could go wrong if he pursued what he really wanted. Landon is keeping a secret from Chloe, one that he thinks could ruin anything between them because he is insecure about it and though one might think the sweet, sexy, football playing guy might be cocky, he is the farthest thing from it. And despite the numerous warnings from his mother to stay away from Jenna and Chloe, he can’t watch Chloe from the side-lines.

The romance here is lovely… I really enjoyed seeing these characters getting to know each other before anything serious happens and I also really love that Chambers manages to weave in some serious topics in this story without it becoming overwhelmingly depressing, and seeing Chloe find the strength in herself when she needed it was really wonderful.

If you’re looking for something a bit different in the YA romance genre then you should definitely give this one a try! The writing is solid and the story is definitely a fun read.

Thank you to the publisher for an early copy in exchange for my honest thoughts.
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163 reviews2 followers
August 17, 2016
*ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

Actual rating: 4.5

I have a lot of feelings about this book. Contemporary is definitely not one of my favorite genres, but I loved this book to pieces. It's not even about the romance, but the surrounding topics that this book touches throughout the story.

The relationship between Chloe and Landon was adorable. Even at the beginning when there wasn't a romance. After what she went through, Landon was so gentle and caring. Of course protective too. It wasn't a toxic relationship either.

Landon wasn't an asshole at all and completely freaking adorable. He loves history and he loves to read. Every time I read from his point of view, I wanted to hug him. There were moments I had to set the book down because I wanted to die from cuteness overload.

Chloe was great and I give her an A+ for music taste. She wasn't annoying at all, which I find surprising in any YA book. I absolutely loved her growth throughout the book. After what she went through, I think I can say I'm actually proud of a character lol. Her best friend, Jenna, was also my favorite. She can be a little much at times, but she was a great best friend. I LIVE for female friendships.

Overall, I just loved this book. It was a light, but slightly heavy read when it came to certain topics. I wish Landon was real and I'm upset about it. I can't wait for the next book and I'm secretly hoping it's about Jenna...
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683 reviews92 followers
August 22, 2016
Ugh! All the feels!!!

So, you all know that I kind of gravitate towards books that are taboo. This one is advertised as a contemporary about star-crossed love, which it definitely held true. These two characters tried all that they could to NOT show their inner feelings for each other and not react to them. I felt really bad for that since I did not think it would be so bad for them to be together. I mean they were not blood relatives? Am I right?

Right off the bat, I kinda have to swoon over Landon!!! He was such a gentlemen and I fell head over heels in love straight away!! He tried so hard to stay away but he just couldn't and when you get stuck by the love bug....there is no holding back no matter whom the love of your life is!

I loved Chloe too but I have to say that I really enjoyed her BFF, Jenna, so much more!!! Jenna is snarky and assertive. She is not afraid to go after what she wants and secretly, I think that I would love to have an ounce of Jenna in myself. I am more like a shy Chloe trying to break free of my shell.

I enjoyed the list that Jenna had created for Chloe. I thought that the whole book would be more centered around said list but it was more about Chloe finding herself and the turmoil that had been created from a horrible incident that had happened to her.

Overall, I give the book a huge "thumbs up"! With the dual POV's from Chloe and Landon, the reader is given full insight into both characters. A great beach read! I will definitely be reading more from this author!!! AND.....this looks like it is only the first book in a series:)
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146 reviews23 followers
August 22, 2016
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Actual Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

The Summer Before Forever is the book I didn't know I needed right now. I can’t even describe the cuteness in this book. To be honest, when I saw this one on NetGalley I wasn’t going to request it because I’ve been quite unlucky with the ARC’s I’ve been reading recently but because this one was from Entangled TEEN I had to request it because by now you all probably know how much I love Entangled :P. Good thing I requested this book because I’m in love with all the cuteness (and Landon but I’ll talk about that later XD).

I loved the characters in this book. Chloe was awesome. She went through something really difficult right before Summer but I loved to see her development. I loved how strong she became and how important art and music were for her. I also loved her friendship with Jenna. Those two were the complete opposite of each other it was amazing to see their friendship and how it never changed. I just need more friendships like this one in other books. I have to admit that Jenna was a little bit annoying but in the end I loved her and she was an amazing friend to Chloe… I might be not so secretly hoping that the next book is about her.

But Chloe is not the only one that has a great character development. Her soon to be step-brother grows up a lot too. Let’s just say that Landon was just amazing. I loved him and I loved how much he cared about Chloe. I really liked to see their relationship development. Because Chloe is becoming his step-sister Landon tries to stay away from her but trying to be friends with her at the same time and I loved to see them getting to know each other before something really happened. I also loved to see them together and I can’t even describe the cuteness that it was every time that those two were together. Here’s the thing about Landon, he has dyscalculia. I’m going to be honest, I never heard about dyscalculia before and I had no idea what it was but Melissa Chambers did an amazing job describing it from Landon’s point of view and showing how much it affected his life. This is what I love about some books, we learn about things we had no idea about and we’re shown how much that affect the character.

As I said before I loved to see Landon and Chloe together and I loved to see how much they helped each other, especially how much Chloe helped Landon by the end. I’m a sucker for forbidden romances and I loved this one even if I don’t see any problem in step-siblings dating when they didn’t grew up together, haven’t met each other until they were teens and don’t feel like siblings.

Not only I liked the story but I also liked the writing style a lot. Melissa Chambers did an amazing job in this book. The book was fast paced and well-written and I loved that featured a dual POV and that Landon and Chloe had distinct voices.

Overall, this was a perfect summery book. I loved everything about it so I obviously have to recommend this one to everyone else. You won’t be disappointed with this one. I can’t wait to read more books written by Melissa.
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367 reviews
August 26, 2016
*I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.*

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The Summer Before Forever is a sweet Young Adult romance with all the ingredients necessary for a nice summer read. Unfortunately, it's also nothing really new.

Chloe, together with her bubbly and super popular best friend Jenna, tries to escape from her home town (and a darker something else) and heads to Florida to spend the summer with her dad, his fiancé and her son, Landon. The plot basically revolves around the forbidden love brewing between Chloe and her soon stepbrother Landon. Which is usually not a bad thing considering I am sucker for love stories and in particular this romantic element, however I was not the biggest fan of its execution.

Despite loving the forbidden factor, I had a problem with Chloe and Landon's relationship: it was basically built on air. As in I could't find a single reason why these two actually connected, a part from Landon instantly finding Chloe cuter than her bff and typical hot chick Jenna. These two have absolutely nothing in common, and it's not one of these cases where opposites attract, because even being indeed opposites there was a clear lack of initial chemistry.

And I think the one to blame is Chloe. I happened to roll my eyes more times than I would have liked at how childish her character seemed despite being almost 17 years old. This defintitely helps with her clear character development throughout the book, but it still felt almost unrealistic how naive she was in certain aspects. In addition to that, the author paints her like a very insecure and shy character with the intention of highlighting her coming of age - my guess - and unfortunately, it totally backfires. Instead of feeling sympathy for her, or the need to protect her like Landon, her naiveté and insecurities made her character not only more unrealistic but it also added to the reasons why I couldn't believe Landon had any sort of connection with her.

In my opinion, who saves the day here is Landon. He puts all the sweet and tender and perfect into the mix. And sometimes too much of the perfect, because even being him saving the story and even if I loved him, at some point his way of acting or thinking was too clean and too convenient for a particular moment. But hey, it kind of makes me want to strengthen my faith in the male population. Anyway, what I loved the most about him, or about his character, is the representation of this perfect guy to fall in love with for the first time . I think it sets a good standard for all young adults out there. And heck, for the adults that are not so young as well.

All in all, it was a very sweet read even if it lacked a bit of refresh-ness.
This book tackles different issues like sexual assault and learning disabilities.

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509 reviews49 followers
March 8, 2017
The Summer Before Forever is the perfect summer read!

Chloe is spending the summer with her father along with her soon-to-be stepmother and very handsome stepbrother, Landon. Their story unfolds through both of their POVs, and I actually thought the flow of it worked perfectly for this book. There is more than what meets the eye when it comes to the two of them. They are dealing with some serious personal issues. I loved reading how their relationship helped grow them as individuals.

Which all the characters made this book so enjoyable. We have Chloe who is this creative, music loving sweetheart. It's hard not to like her, and I especially connected to her once she began to describe the way music makes her feel. As for Landon.. He was a little too perfect at times. It was both annoying and adorable at the same time. He grew on me though and I ended up really liking the guy. All of the characters play a role throughout their story.. My favorite was Chloe's best friend, Jenna, because she was awesome and you know I love a strong female friendship!

As the story progresses, everything that Chloe and Landon are dealing with come up to the surface. They are both finally forced to deal with their personal issues outside of one another.

I have a confession to make.. Although I find it sweet when some books make as if falling in love can solve all of your problems from within.. It just isn't reality for most people. I think Melissa Chambers did a wonderful job writing a sweet love story while having these characters grow as separate individuals. Chloe and Landon find a way to grow as people for themselves before anyone else, and I really appreciated this.

Of course this is a cute love story, and I'm not even a huge fan of forbidden love but I couldn't help but love these two together.. But it's also a lot more than that. It was amazing to see how well everyone found a way to grow as characters by the end of this book, and not just Chloe and Landon.

The story wrapped up in a great way. I love these types of books, happily ever afters! I feel as if I may be getting too old for some elements to this story, so I tried to look past the little faults I found to remember I was reading a story about teenagers.. Overall, I enjoyed the book. I really enjoyed these characters and their story. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves contemporaries or is looking for the perfect summer/beach read!
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3,131 reviews24 followers
September 1, 2016
Landon is amazeballs. When I read about his secret I wanted to pull him in for a hug and just take away all the struggles he went through. I wanted to tell him that it in no way makes him an idiot but a stronger person. He is the perfect boyfriend. Sweet, kind, caring and honest. Just what Chloe needed after what happened before she came to florida. Chloe who is lost and needed someone to make her feel safe and listen to her. Make her feel loved and someone to be there for her. She is sweet and lost but caring as well.

His mom, although good intentions, sometimes had me growling. She was supportive of him but really didn’t help him to become the person he could be. She stifled him in some ways and that was out of love and wanting to protect her son from the pain.

Jenna, Chloe’s friend, is a hoot. She has confidence and is loyal and fun. She doesn’t let Chloe go into herself and helps her become a stronger more self assured girl. Between Jenna and Landon, Chloe is surrounded by people who believe in her and want to see her be all she can.

this story is a journey for Chloe and Landon. We have Landon’s journey into not giving up on himself and his dreams. On finding a way around his issues and be stronger and believe more that he can do anything if he sets his mind to it. That there are ways to cope with his issue and not let it hinder him but make him stronger and more successful in his endeavors because he doesn’t give up. He learns to love and feel that he can be anything. We have Chloe learning to be free and gain confidence in herself. To gather the strength and courage to let go and find a way to stand up for herself. To let people in and trust. To feel safe and find love. At the end Chloe made a chose that I didn’t agree with and was glad that she saw the error in that choice. that her mom helped her see that she wasn’t hindering anyone and could help change a situation and show them that with love, support and belief in oneself you can accomplish anything. It is the love of Landon and Chloe for each other that helps them heal and find courage and strength.

A sweet romantic book that has you smile and hope. Two characters that are lost but find their way to each other and to their futures. A book that is journey and has characters you fall for and become invested in as you want to see them find their way to a bright future and each other.
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1,052 reviews52 followers
August 22, 2016
Thank you to Entangled Teen and Netgalley for a copy of the eArc in exchange for an honest review.

Chloe is on her way to visit her Dad with her best friend Jenna, she hasn't seen him in five months and he is getting married and she is a getting a new stepbrother. She really doesn't know what to expect, but when Landon opens the door she knows there is going to be trouble.

Landon is blow away by how cute his new stepsister is, and makes a mental not to keep his distance. As the days go on, they realize they are fighting an attraction that threatens to overwhelm them. Not only that Landon is determined Chloe not find out about his learning disability.

When his tutor and life long friend Monica confronts Chloe about it, and Chloe begins to understand how serious it is, will they be able to figure it out? Will their parent's wedding stop their budding love affair, and will Landon realize that just because he has dyscalculia doesn't make him less of a person?

Okay I will say what I don't like sort of, I am slowly coming around to the whole stepbrother romance thing, but in thought it just seems a lot icky to me. Kind of one of those things you feel guilty for liking. That's my own hangup though and for the most part this didn't really make me feel that icky. They weren't raised together, when they meet they are already 18 and almost 17, and it does strike a chord that you can't always fight how you feel about someone.

Now that being said this was a super fun, light, easy read with just enough seriousness to make it a great read! I actually had not heard of dyscalculia until I read this book, so I loved learning about that particular disability and how it affects people who have it. I totally loved how his family, Chloe, and Monica all come together to make him realize that the disability doesn't have to hold him back.

Landon and Chloe together are a super cute couple, and watching them fall in love was just what I needed today! If you are looking for one more fun summer read than look no further!
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Author 1 book140 followers
August 19, 2016
I really enjoyed this book. The writing style has an innocence to it but I would say it is suitable for the 16+ age group in which it is aimed at. A lot of characters in books these days seem to have an older feel of confidence to them but this one takes you back to the awkward teen years.

Chloe's dad has decided to re-marry giving him a new family and step-son. Chloe agrees to spend the summer with her new family with the understanding that her best friend will be there to help her enjoy a sun kissed beach summer.
Unfortunately just before she heads out for the vacation she gets into a sticky situation at home which leaves her lacking in social confidence. When she meets her future step-brother he is the perfect gentleman to help her over come her new fear. He is more than she ever could have imagined and they hit it off from the start, as the lines begin to blur she realises her feelings maybe less platonic and more lustful. Can she really have it all?

Landon has a secret of his own and his hardworking summer sounds less than fun but he has a good support system to help him through it. He welcomes Chloe as a distraction and realises there is more to life than avoiding the hard stuff.

This is a sweet step romance that ticks all the right boxes. 4.5 stars out of 5. I would recommend it to ages around 16 (uk) and those who are young at heart. This book offers a diverse look at teens struggle with accepting who you are and not caring about what others think.

*I received this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*
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Author 18 books396 followers
August 22, 2016
THE SUMMER BEFORE FOREVER is a perfect YA read! I loved Chloe and Landon and watching their soon-to-be step-sibling friendship turn to a romantic relationship. This book is a wonderful summer read, especially since the story takes place during the characters' summer break while they prepare for their parents' wedding in a beach town.

Landon ... sigh... every girl should have a Landon in her life at some point. He's sweet but masculine, protective but not overbearing, perfect but not. Chloe seems musical and chill, especially when it comes to her best friend/reality star Jenna, but she's dealing with something no teenager should have to deal with, and she's doing the best she can. When these two meet, their mutual attraction is off the charts and as they get to know each other, remaining simply step-siblings poses a challenge that neither one will, or wants to, meet.

I can't wait for Book 2, which I anticipate focuses on Jenna, an outgoing, dynamic female character (the type I love to see in YA). I'm curious who she ends up with, and look forward to being with these characters again.
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315 reviews8 followers
August 19, 2016
I really enjoyed this book. I wasn't sure I was going to like it when they first started getting into the romance part because, well, they're going to be brother and sister by the end of the book. Not blood related but still. So I found myself reading along, intrigued to see how the author was going to solve that problem. And along the way, I fell for Landon, too. He's sweet and considerate and he stands up for Chloe, protecting her not only like a brother but also like a really amazing boyfriend. The more the book went on and I expected to be weirded out, I really wasn't. And Chloe! She's this shy girl in the beginning. She's been through some rough stuff and so her best friend, Jenna (not my favorite character but a pretty loyal best friend), comes up with this bucket list of things for Chloe to do to build up her confidence. So you get to watch shy Chloe, who's never really been in love before, go through these amazing changes as she works to be a stronger person. And it was a great love story, too. Definitely a great summery read!
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408 reviews59 followers
August 18, 2016
*This book was received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

I enjoyed this book although I ended up disliking the main characters Chloe. I really liked the idea of the list Chloe had to complete by the end of the summer to reclaim her self-confidence and I enjoyed most of the first half of the book. I didn't enjoy the second half as much as it focused more on Chloe's negative impact on Landon's life. While I haven't got anything against people who have a disability (Landon has discalculia) and I know they need the support of those around them, I think the author put too much blame on Chloe for distracting Landon from his studies, so much so that I started to dislike her a lot and think she was a selfish b*tch. By the end of the book the author had not really changed my mind and so I didn't really enjoy the rest of it. I would have given the book 2 stars but the first half saved it as well as the list. Overall, this was a promising book that had real potential but failed to deliver.
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291 reviews
August 24, 2016
Wow. Just wow. This is a book you definitely need to read.

Chloe is spending the summer with her father and soon to be step-mother and step-brother. What didn't she expect? Landon, her step-brother and their attraction. Completely opposite people shouldn't work right? She's into indie music and drawing. He's into sports and beyond good looking. But they work and make each other better. Then there is Jenna, Chloe's best friend, and the list of 10 things Chloe is supposed to do by the end of the summer to help build her confidence.

Landon and Chloe are both dealing with their own personal issues and as the summer progresses, they help one another. But what I also liked is the fact that they had to work through their problems separately as well. It helps to have someone, but learning to help yourself was important in this book.

Readers are going to fall in love with the characters, especially Landon (readers, just wait). You won't regret reading this book! I received a free copy of this book for my honest review.
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7 reviews1 follower
August 22, 2016
I had the honor if receiving this book for free, in exchange for an honest review. I still have a hard time putting into words my thoughts on this book. It was incredibly gripping. I read this book when I was able, even forfiting sleep to do so. The characters were very well-developed, and the story was written with grace. I loved that she told the story from Landon's point of view, and thought that it really helped me to understand the story. I cannot wait for the next book. when this book is officially released, do yourself a favor, and buy it.
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Author 36 books432 followers
June 16, 2017
I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads

4 stars

Young adult age-range: 14+ due to darker content and sexual situations. However, I do feel there is a good moral to the story, one in which teens would benefit reading.

Melissa Chambers is a new-to-me author. I was instantly hooked from page one. The writing style was fluid, quick-paced, relevant, and for the most part sounded like older teenagers in action/reaction/dialogue. I was also thankful for the strong presence of parental supervision. Too many YA novels feature parentless/abandoned teens as a means to give them unfettered access to each other to propel the romance. While this is a split/blended family, as in real life, that doesn't mean the children raise themselves. So I was happy for the strong presence of family on the pages.

Chloe had something terrifying and life altering happen with a boy she had a crush on. Using the excuse to spend time with her absentee father, his new fiancee and her son, in preparation for their upcoming nuptuals, Chloe runs away from her problems by getting out of town, with her BFF in tow. Chloe is level-headed, experiencing true-to-life guilt and shame, and feelings of abandonment from her introverted father.

With the bad experience haunting her, Chloe's trust in herself and the male gender has been broken, but nevertheless, she feels drawn to the protective, comforting vibe of her new soon-to-be stepbrother, Landon.

Landon has a secret of his own, one in which he doesn't want to feel any pity. He has a learning disability dealing with math in general, which affects every portion of his life. As he struggles, he wants to keep this portion of himself separate, not wishing to be pitied or helped. Landon is a solid character- smart, giving, kind, protective, and flawed to make him very real.

Together, Chloe and Landon are good role models for teens to read, making mistakes along the way, yet owning up to them and suffering any consequences without blaming others.

The side cast is a bit of an enigma, with the couple the focus. Chloe's BFF, Jenna, she could be a hard pill to swallow, but nonetheless loyal- I feel like I didn't get to know her personality, just what is on the outside in a shallow way, making her sound vapid, which I doubt she is. If you're only shown the outside package, it's hard to discover the inside worth. While the father doesn't have much scene-time, it's obvious his introverted personality is the wedge, not a lack of love. The new stepmother and mother, while not shown much, added a healthy support system.

Overall, this step-sibling romance was written well, highly entertaining, with a good moral and strong role models, featuring the aftermath of an attack as well as the very real struggle of living with a learning disability.

My only complaint, Landon's attachment issues with Chloe near the 80% mark made me uncomfortable, as it was unhealthy. This was addressed, but not quite as strongly as I wish, especially in a way for teens to absorb the difference between unhealthy obsession and a healthy friendship. This also goes for Monica as well, but she does own up to the toxicity.

I highly recommend this young adult novel to teens and those young at heart, and look forward to both more from this author and in this series.
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715 reviews89 followers
August 19, 2016
*This review will also appear on A Leisure Moment*

**I received an eARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review - this review is also part of the blog tour: stop September 3rd**

I’ve noticed a fad in the YA market recently. This is the third book this year that I’ve read dealing with stepsiblings falling in love. In every instance, the couple (meaning the stepsiblings) meet under interesting circumstances. In Estelle Maskame’s DIMILY trilogy, they meet after their parents have been married for three months. Emily McKay’s How Willa Got Her Groove Back made Finn the bad boy on the bike that Willa jumps on to get away from her father. Chloe Stone meets her soon-to-be stepbrother after not seeing her dad for months. What’s something they all have in common, you wonder? None of these girls meet the hunky heroes until they are sixteen going on seventeen! Each makes for an interesting journey, but I think The Summer Before Forever by Melissa Chambers is fighting something fierce for the spot as my favorite book that follows this trope.

Before I even discuss the romance in this book, I want to point out how much I loved Chloe and Jenna’s friendship. Jenna is introduced as a quasi-star from the get-go, and I wasn’t sure how that time in the lime light would play on the friendship that the two had. The fact that her fame didn’t effect the friendship that they had made it all the better! Don’t get me wrong, Jenna loved the attention of her devoted fans, but she would’ve given it all up for Chloe. Their bond was tight. They were nothing alike—night and day, even—but still managed to make things work between them.

Landon Jacobs…le sigh. It might be in the name (A Walk to Remember, anyone?), but he was dreamy. Football fanatic and book lover—seriously, I swooned! Even though Landon had all of these things going for him, his disability took a toll on his confidence. Chambers introduced me to a learning disability that I had never heard of through Landon, dyscalculia. It effected and influenced so many of Landon’s decisions, but I liked how he didn’t want it to define him. He didn’t want it to define his relationship with Chloe, even, so I can understand why he hid it from her. It humbled him, though there was no denying how wonderful of a guy he was, and made him a great male lead.

Music played a central role in the novel, as well. I’ve been to Nashville, and while it’s not my favorite place on earth, I got that Chloe loved it. She loved the music scene—she just loved music. It solidified her relationship with Jenna and it made her different in Landon’s eyes.

Chloe was the strong and silent type. She had to find her voice to overcome a travesty that had urged her to pack her bags and run to the father that she hadn’t seen in months. Her growth built this novel. Some might not like how Jenna pushes Chloe out of her comfort zone, but I devoured it. I’m one of those people who needs a push in the right direction sometimes, whether its clenching my fists and telling myself “I’m going to do this” or getting a nudge from someone who cares. Chloe had to find herself, and sometimes we need a summer, a friend, or even a boy we shouldn’t fall in love with to help us get there.

The only reason I gave this book five stars is because I can’t give it more! The best part is that it’s the first in a series. I can’t wait to see where Chambers goes with these characters and what the next book will be about. The Summer Before Forever has a beachy feel, a humble hero, and a tight knit friendship! If that doesn’t convince you to get a copy as soon as possible, look at that cover!

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748 reviews58 followers
August 28, 2016
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Perfect; romantic, forbidden!!!


I want to kiss this girl more than I've ever wanted anything in my life... more than I want to play football, more than I want to freaking breathe. by Landon

review 1


Landon is the most perfect boyfriend ever. He is such a great guy, that is easy to fall in love with him. I have three teenagers of my own, two of them are boys, and he is the kind of man I would like my boys to become.
Chloe is a great heroine. She is still maturing, growing up, learning about herself. She has one of the biggest evolutions I have seen a character have in a book. Amazing! I could easily relate, connect and understand her.
Jenna was not instant love, but when you get to know her, you fall in love. She is a great secondary character and I would love to know her better, to "hear" her point-of-view also.
This plot is fenomenal. Is about love, friendship, growing up, first love, coming of age. It's sweet and romantic.
I couldn't put this book down. I had real trouble stoping to do anything. One of the most addictive reads I had in a long time.
I can't wait to read more of this author. I'm really hoping that I get to see all of them in college on the next book.
This book is a journey worth taking!
I love the cover!
The author touches so many important themes on this book, but at the same time, it all make sense in the story. They are there for are reason and everything enriches the reader's experience.


Review 2


Sorry, this is one of those reads that left me speechless. I can't think of any thing that I haven't liked it.
What's not to like?

I don't know what your experience level is, but I just want to make sure you know you don't owe any asshole any part of you. by Landon


You MAY read this book because you love YA novels; you SHOULD read this book because you love a sweet love story; you MUST read this book if you are looking for a real cathartic experience of first love and friendship!!!
This review was originally posted on More Books Than Livros
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1,716 reviews231 followers
August 30, 2016
***ARC In Exchange for an Honest Review***

Overcoming person obstacles, trusting, and loving are lessons that Melissa Chambers writes about in The Summer Before Forever.  When I first read the synopsis I though to myself "Another step-brother book, but now in the YA category"... Geez what was wrong with me because this book was not what I expected.  It's YA so of course I shouldn't have though that, but Melissa did an awesome job of making this book into so much more than a stepbrother crush or love story.  She input so much feeling and learning lessons into this book.

Chloe is about to embark on a full summer of living with her father, who she hasn't seen in 5 months and is about to be married.  She brings along her best friend Jenna for the summer for support and because she is about to meet the stepbrother that she learned she is about to inherit.  When her and Jenna arrive at her dad's house, she definitely does not expect her soon to be stepbrother to be so gorgeous and nice.  Jenna, being the outgoing and big-mouthed best friend that she is, cannot help herself with letting Chloe know what she thinks of Landon, and this leads to many thoughts in Chloe's head on how she needs to view him as a stepbrother, and not the Adonis she sees.

Landon knows he is getting a new stepsister and has swore to his mom on his life that he will not touch either of the girls when they arrive and stay for the summer, but he cannot seem to get his new soon to be stepsister out of his mind after meeting her.  He seems to find himself constantly offering to take them places and wanting to be around them, especially Chloe. 

    "But the way I am feeling towards this girl... this future stepsister of mine... I feel like I need to set some boundaries for myself.  Saying it out loud might help."

Tensions run a bit high between the two when they figure out to themselves that they cannot help their attractions to each other.  They both have secrets they are keeping from each other, but Landon finds out Chole's secret without her knowing.  He tries to keep it from her that he knows, but eventually he lets it slip that he knows which makes her feel extremely vulnerable to him.  She is already self conscious about herself and with him finding out her secret, it makes it a bit worse.  With Landon knowing her secret, he feels like he should tell her his, but he cannot bring himself to let her know it because he does not want the pity that everyone else gives him regarding it.  Insert the place where both have to learn to trust each other and overcome their current and past events.

I love when there are secrets between two people because it causes tension with a story.  This one it isn't too much tension because they are young, but it is enough to keep a reader invested to see what is going to happen.  I absolutely loved Chloe and Landon and when both of their secrets came out, I loved them more.  Landon was such a great guy and he cared so much about Chloe, that it just melted your heart.  He is one character that grew on me and I wanted to see everything he was going on in the story work out for the absolute best for him because he deserved it, well they both did.

Of course you cannot have a story without a "villan" and you will find that in this one as well.  You get sucked in by this person because they will make you like them for the role they play but them bam, you smacked in the face by them at one of the best times in the book.  Notice I'm not telling you who it is... guess you have to read this story to see for yourself!

I am giving this book 4 solid stars because I was touched by the characters and the lessons to learn in the story.  Melissa did an awesome job and I honestly hope maybe sometime she will give Jenna her own story because I loved that spunky, loud mouth girl.

Reviewed by Jodi N.
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454 reviews24 followers
August 31, 2016
Review based on an ARC provided by Netgalley. I want to also thank the publisher for giving me this opportunity.

The author picked nice themes and did a good approach to them. Still, this was one long and boring book...

So this is a 2.5.

To get away from things after being almost raped by the guy she had always had a crush on, Chloe travels with her best friend Jenna to her father's new house. However, he is about to get married and she likes a little too much Landon, her future stepbrother.

I really like the falling-for-your-stepbrother trope, among other weird forbidden love ones. So I was sure I'd enjoy this book...

Character-wise, there was no problem. I liked everyone—of course, except the raper but he was never in the story anyway. I appreciated the way the author described Chloe's strained relationship with her father without cliches like "always at work" and the such. I could relate with most of the main characters too. I hadn't expected to like Jenna, the semi-celebrity best friend, and yet she was my favorite. Landon is very cute as well. Cynthia wasn't the super hateful or super lovable stepmother, she was just real.

About Chloe, specifically, she is going through post-traumatic stress, I believe. Although I opened this review stating how bored I was from the read, this wasn't the cause. The author was successful in portraying the issue while avoiding going too deep into drama, for it wasn't the proposal. I especially liked how Chloe eventually faces the matter but I won't spoil you.

Landon also has his problems, he suffers from dyscalculia and that affects even his choice of college. I did feel a bit aggravated from how many times he'd go into paranoid mode about this. Then again, I don't know anyone with the problem and this book did open my mind to how serious it can be.

Rhythm may have been the issue as well as the near-instalove trope. Although Chloe and Landon don't fall in love at first sight, they are definitely interested from the start. And... I got bored right there. Even though this was a book about getting together, it felt like relationship problems from the go. That is not my thing, sorry. To make it worse, the romantic scenes didn't make my heart race at all.

Adding that to the slow rhythm in an almost uneventful plot—who'd guess when you have an almost rape by a close friend and their parents getting married to each other nothing would really go wrong! I mean, there is this or that conflict but in the end it was just the same as always, including most cliches you can imagine, plus an opposite-sex controlling best friend.

So... maybe I was too old for this. I wonder if I hadn't already read so many times this same story I would have had more fun. Still, this isn't really for younger teens, as it discusses sex and other sensitive issues. It's no erotica but it came close.

I didn't rate this 2 because I liked the author's approach to so many different themes without feeling convoluted, as well as the characterizations. The book had a lot of good sides. It's a pity they weren't what makes a story interesting.
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1,583 reviews291 followers
September 4, 2016
The Summer Before Forever is one of the cutest young adult books I have ever read. Despite what happens to Chloe, which could have really brought the book down, instead it’s one of the best summer books I’ve read. I’m even more excited that this is the first in a series – Jenna’s story next? Yes, please. Or even more Chloe and Landon would make me super happy. Either way, Melissa Chambers is the newest author on my to-watch list, because I absolutely enjoyed The Summer Before Forever.

What really makes The Summer Before Forever work is the chemistry between Chloe and Landon. It is off the charts. It is there, right from the very start, and the fact they’re about to become step-brother and sister means little, because it’s not like they grew up together, or even knew each other until they meet that first time. The tension between the two is palpable and it made me flip through the pages at an alarming rate, to see if anything came of it, especially since Landon is like the perfect gentleman. It’s so weird to call a seventeen-year-old a gentleman but he was! He was like the perfect salve for Chloe, after what happened before her summer vacation.

I just loved everything about this book! Chloe’s list, from Jenna, to help her gain confidence, Chloe and Jenna’s friendship which is the greatest thing ever, Landon and Chloe and just EVERYTHING to do with that. It was just the perfect beach read, I lost myself completely in the story, and barely surfaced until I had finished it, with the biggest, biggest smile on my face. I did lots of happy sighs whilst reading and you will, too. You will want your own Landon – and rightly so. *Happy sigh*
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5,055 reviews37 followers
August 17, 2016
Loved, loved, loved!! This is a fabulous YA read that had me hooked from the first page. Chloe and Landon are such great characters and their story is so heartwarming. Jenna is outrageous and I hope we will see her story. You just know there is so much more to her than her big personality lets on. The writing is great and the pace of the story is quick and easy. I was almost to the end of the book before I ever realized.

Chloe and her friend Jenna are off to Florida for the summer to visit her Chloe's father and meet her soon to be stepmother and her son. The trip couldn't have come at a better time for Chloe. Getting away from her small town is exactly what she needed. When she and Jenna make a bucket list for Chloe to complete to regain her confidence they laugh about it but it turns out to be exactly what she needed to do. What she never expected was the reaction she would have to meeting her soon to be stepbrother Landon. These two hit it off immediately and the attraction between them is hard to miss. But that would be weird, right?? They just seem to get each other though. Should they continue to resist or they just what the other needs??

I highly recommend this one!!
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