Shelves: realistic-and-relatable , romance , young-adult This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A nice conclusion to a nice series! Todd goes away for football camp and trust becomes and issue between the couple.
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Shelves: realistic-and-relatable , romance , young-adult This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A nice conclusion to a nice series! Todd goes away for football camp and trust becomes and issue between the couple. This book is really an emotional roller-coaster to say the least! Anyway, as you read about all that the characters go through, you can see them grown and learn from their past. They really stick together through thick and thin I thoroughly enjoyed their story and I kind of wish there was another book in the series First of all, I love the cover!
It is so cute and sweet! Just like this book, until close to the end Ashley and Todd are an adorable couple. I love seeing their relationship grow.
This book is very sweet and romantic. Todd is the caring boyfriend and Ashley is the quintessential high school girlfriend. Towards the end of the book, relationship drama occurs. There are misunderstandings, vindictive past-whatever, and new challenges presented. Ashley and Todd are tested in a heartbreaking way.
One thing It is mostly sweet. The summer drama is a bit much, but makes for a good story. Lots of heartbreaking things happen. There were definitely some moments that my eyes bugged out of my head, too. I love how Adrienne Torrisi writes the characters because it absolutely reminds me of the high school drama from growing up and that first crush, first love.
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Zulkijinn Buy for others This was a 99 cent special that I thought I would download. Everyone knows and loves them, while she is only a freshman; a nobody. May 22, Angi rated it really liked it. But in book 3 I felt differently!
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