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The story of Avery, who wakes up from a knock on the head to find that there's a guy named Marcus also residing inside her head. They converse, form a relationship and it's all just so interesting. There really is much more to the story, though, as Avery has a very real boy that she likes, roommates to deal with and some underlying issues to confront.
This was a fantastic read that ended for me much too soon. Highly recommended.
I couldn't stop thinking about this story, I tried to read everywhere I could, all I wanted was MORE MORE MORE MORE!!!!! JUST GIVE ME MORE and let me be happy with these characters. I got a little surprised by the end of this book and I enjoyed it a lot, and I know I there is so much more I can learn from them. I need to read the sequel, because Marcus and Avery's journey is not over and dare I say that it just started and I want to go along with them.
"You’re my little Tiger Lily."
I didn't like that Avery didn't stand up for herself but by the end I understood why she felt like she couldn't do it.
She thought she was going crazy, one step away from the loony bin, until she realized that there was no way she could fabricate another person inside her mind that knew how to do things that she couldn't and speak languages she had never learnt.
When there's a sweet, kind man learning all of your deepest darkest secrets and only offering kind words of comfort in return, how can you stop from falling in love?
It could be real or it could just be all in my head.
This book is funny and heart melting! I experienced so much second hand embarrassment from Avery and Mason's situation while reading this book. Some may say that the ending wasn't good enough, but it was perfect to me. I can't wait to read book two!
As a ARC I was given book for an honest opinion.
I loved this book so much! I'm actually kind of surprised. I loved watching their relationship develop and how they dealt with it. There were several times when I was super frustrated with Avery, but that's probably because I would have been just as upset and frustrated as she was. Marcus was totally amazing and perfect. I loved him as the hero of the book. I really appreciated the scenes the author included in the book where Marcus lived some of Avery's terrible experiences. It was nice to watch Marcus be protective and horrified by the behavior of the other men in Avery's life. I also liked those scenes because it made Avery very relatable and understandable as a character.
I only gave the book four stars because I felt like it left some issues unresolved. I wish it had a little epilogue or a sequel to see how Avery dealt with some of the issues with her friends. I would also love to see Avery and Marcus together as a real couple and not just conversations inside her head.
There is language in this book, but there is no actual sex. Although they do talk about it quite a bit.
I did have a couple issues - there are a couple plots that end rather abruptly, as well as the ending to the story itself being really abrupt. If there had been one more chapter extending the ending, giving us a little detail on what happens NEXT, this would have been a 5 star read for me. : )
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