quite fall in love with Jason and Monica nor did I hate them. I was just in like
with them. No real connection for me.
were both leftys. What were the odds?
college romance didn’t last, and the two went their separate ways eventually
running back into each other as adults in a local Chicago coffee shop.
given a second chance? Will history repeat itself? That’s the big question. I’m a sucker for a
happily ever after ending, true love, and second chances. This book had all
fraternity brother Chip’s personalities. So refreshing and honest. Oh, I also appreciated
the fact that we got to experience them as college students in love then as
adults who were both a little unhappy with their lives.
Overall, it was okay. I’ve never read a book by Thea Dawson, and I wasn’t
disappointed. I would read something else.