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414 pages, ebook
First published May 23, 2017
"He's been adamant about making a change. I've never seen him so determined. There's a new maturity to him."
He didn't have time for the truth.I think this is SPOT. ON. While in previous books I was mad about his dismissal of Reya, Cosway truly made me believe in their love. I felt his regret...
"Because you're the best friend I've ever had, and losing you is my biggest regret, the worst thing that ever happened to me."
"It pains me to think of how careless I was with you back then. If I hadn't been so messed up I swear I would've treated you like a princess."And I truly believed he had changed by the end...
"I'm not missing any more of your birthdays. Not a single one," he said, his tone adamant.
Why couldn't I ever be the main priority in someone's life? Was it selfish to want to be number one to just one person?She was also really funny, which is another trait I love about Cosway's heroines.
If somebody makes it so I can get away with wearing slippers outdoors, I’m all for that shit.
I was curious. Okay, nosy was probably the more appropriate word.
There's no stopping these slutty ovaries. All they seem to want to do is make babies.
He smelled like home. He embraced me like love.She didn't pine away or immediately forgive him, but she didn't deny her feelings either.
I never had any other choice but to love you, did I?And she eventually came to see she deserved more.
Trev was the boy you loved who never noticed you existed. I needed to love a boy who would make me his entire world.My worries turned out to be unfounded. Overall this was a pretty successful second chance romance, for my picky tastes. The reality TV didn't play a huge, or annoying, part. And I wasn't let down after two years of waiting :)
Because that was the person I’d fallen for in the beginning, and I didn’t think I’d ever get over that mischievous blue-eyed boy, no matter how much I tried. I loved his unpredictability. I got off on his wildness and spontaneity. And I adored how he always surprised me with what came out of his mouth.
I looked down at my plate, a smile curling my lips. “Since when did you become the mature one?”
His look was direct. “Since I spent two years without you. I don’t plan on going another two.”
“One thing you never realised about me, Reya. I’ve got an incredible poker face. I can make it seem like I don’t care when I care too much. I can make it seem like I’m not paying attention when I’m really watching your every move. I know. Because that’s what I used to do.”
❝Don't pretend like you can't feel this. Imagine how it would be. All this tension that's been building up for years finally having an outlet. I bet you'd blow my mind. I bet it would be fucking epic.❞
❝Ruined. You're going to ruin me for anyone else, Reya Cabrera.Trevor had been the wild one of the Cross brothers. The one who couldn't settle down, who needed excitement to feed his energy. Thinking fame and fortune would be the answer to his need for security, he gladly agreed to be a part of a reality tv show that focused on a group of parkour experts. Leaving his family and friends behind, he set out on what proved to be a thrilling, life-changing adventure. As with any reality show, the camera followed the group nearly 24/7. They became a huge hit in the UK. So why did Trevor feel like something was missing?
❝Good. Lord. His smell. He smelled like home. He embraced me like love.❞
❝You came in like a wrecking ball.❞
❝That was Trev down to a T. Destructive. Addictive. Fascinating. Frustrating. Too full of energy to pin down. At times he wrecked me. Other times he built me up. Our relationship was complicated.❞
In two hours we’d be in another country. I’d be in a strange place and Trevor would be the only familiar thing. I needed to prepare, needed to steel myself. Trev Cross was like honey. I was naturally drawn to his sweetness, but was wary to get too close. We needed to stay friends. I wanted him in my life as a friend, because everything else aside, I had missed him. But I was wiser now. I’d been scarred before by his neglect.
I wouldn’t melt for his charms like I always used to . . .
“…you’re the best friend I ever had, and losing you is my biggest regret, the worst thing that ever happened to me.”
“You’re a goddess. I love you. I’ll never stop loving you.”