have mixed feelings about it. It was a very emotional read, one I’m not used to
reading, and I don’t know if I liked that or not. I usually like feel good
reads, and while this book eventually does a have a happily ever after ending, it’s
the ride to the end that makes you feel so much. Makes you empathetic, hopeful,
annoyed, sad, and terrified. It’s definitely an emotional rollercoaster well
written T. Renee Fike.
extremely broken and needed more than a loving boyfriend, her best-friends, and
Nana to cope with her issues. Her reluctance to accept good things happening to
her and quickness to revert back to old habits irritated the mess out of me. I
can’t quite figure out if I liked her or not. Either way, I was rooting for
patience of a saint. Initially, I didn’t like him, but he eventually won me
the worst friend ever. She was so immature. I didn’t like her, and no matter
what her intentions were, I think she sucked as a friend.
the best person ever. He’s a true friend, and because of his adorable
personality, he was my favorite minor character in this book.
was the worst. A well written bad guy. He will creep you out just like me.
awhile to come up with how I would rate this book. I couldn’t decide. I didn’t
hate this book nor did I love it. It was better than 3 stars but not quite 5.
It was too emotional for me. )
about a girl meeting a boy and falling in love. This story had so much more, so
much more depth than your typical love story. It’s a heart-wrenching read about
young adults finding out who they are and finding love in the process, and if that’s
for you, then this book is for you.
exchange for my honest review.