After We Met Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 2230 KB
- Publication Date : August 29, 2019
- Print Length : 207 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B07W5S5VLT
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #239,761 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The h forgave him way too quickly and that made me completely disappointed with the whole story.
I really wished I would have liked it better, but it was just an okay read for me. The writing was good and the storyline was entertaining. But, I didn’t connect to the characters like I’d hoped, and I absolutely hated Damon’s character. I won’t spoil anything, but he made some really terrible decisions. While it was a fast read, everything just moved too quickly for me. However, the epilogue was satisfying and a good ending to the story.
* I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Lani is so hurt by how she was treated by both Damon and Molly and after trying to reach out to them so many times, she decides to move on with her life. Three years later, fate throws Molly into Lani's way when Molly starts teaching at the same school as Lani. Molly is still hostile and can't seem to get past what happened. When Damon comes to visit Molly for the school carnival, both Damon and Molly got hit with such a big surprise when they see Lani.
Lani at this point is so hurt by the 2 people that she cared for some much that she is protecting herself and her loved ones. But she must deal with Damon even though her feelings for him didn't change and their attraction is too strong that they both work through their issues. But something from the past haunts Damon and he wants to tell Lani but is afraid of losing her. When Lani finds out what Damon did, she can't believe that he would do what he did. Damon must decide if he really loves Lani and if so, he has to prove how deep his feelings are for her and make sure that she believes him. He also knows he can't ever hurt Lani again.
How to even begin...the beginning of this book was a turn off for me only because of the large age difference. It just a personal thing that I don’t care for. BUT, BUT, BUT, when I take myself beyond that, everything falls into place.
Lani was young and naive when she met Damon. Instant heat and longing but forbidden. Her best friends father. Taboo but maybe she will be ok with it. You can’t help who you fall for right? Wrong, so wrong and everything falls apart. Pushed away, ignored, hated, she feels it all.
This is the point where I lost it on Damon. He went from hot and steamy to douche-canoe on the largest level. Childish and self-centered were words that surrounded his name. I wanted to strangle him.
Years have passed. Lani is holding on, surviving. Then she sees him again. He’s shocked, he never thought he would see her again and he realizes that he doesn’t want to let go, that he never should have. He pushes and she relents. She never got over him but she’s cautious. There’s a secret, it’s a big one, and it could cause plenty of damage. They could lose it all. Reactions will show us the truth for the future.
Despite my cringe over the trope, it did suck me in. Evan has a way with storytelling that you leaves you wanting just one more page. This story is definitely no different. Damon came close to redeeming himself but I think he’s got a few more years of groveling in his future.