If you are looking for something a bit sassy, a lot sexy, and at times incredibly sweet and swoon-worthy, you’ve found it.
This book was soo good that not only did I read it in a night ( and it is a full length novel, but also a quick and easy read,) I immediately bought the sequel and read it in the same night. I finished about 1:30 am, but it was worth it.
I genuinely liked Fable and Drew, which is saying a lot for this type of book. Generally I find in NA contemporary, one character usually royally ticks me off. Either they treat each other like crap, or make really stupid choices, just so the author can force the characters to yo-yo together and apart to create tension and drama.
In this book, their hurdles come from the characters’ baggage and it felt believable because it struck true to the previous characterization and truly made sense. They both honestly wanted to be good to each other, and wanted to help each other. This was a really refreshing, different read.
As soon as I finished the first book, i immediately bought and read this one. I stayed up until 1:30am reading to finish it, and absolutely loved it.
It felt so natural, and so right. The characters remained true to who they were in the last book, and their progression didn’t feel at all contrived. These are two broken people, honestly trying to do right. But instead of treating each other like crap, and then using past hurts as an excuse, they constantly tried to overcome, which was really refreshing.
In this book, now that their week at his family’s home is over, they have to try and figure out how they fit into each other’s lives, and just how much they are comfortable depending on each other.