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- Print Length: 264 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WDT2L4O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,349 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Three friends; one in love with another, one in love with 2 and one who holds a secret that goes even deeper. This book has it all. It has drama, friendship, life lessons, laughter, tears and love. This is a coming of age book that is also so much more. You will get to learn what things like Quinnisms (stabbity, bish…etc…) mean and also get to meet Greg’s Chesticles.
Quinn and Chace have been friends forever and then their twosome became a threesome when Finley came to school with them. Chace and Finley became more than friends. One night changes everything for these friends.
Quinn has always loved Chace in secret but never thought that she would run out of time to tell him. She has lived with her love in secret for as long as she has known him. She never wanted to ruin their friendship. I think just about every girl has had that one guy friend that they have had a crush on and never said anything for fear of losing the friendship.
This book is so much more than just a love triangle….you will want to root for true love and there will be times the angst will make you mad because you just want to slap one if not all the characters, you will cry (or at least I did) and you will laugh out loud.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a great read. The two authors writing styles really flow together and make an amazing combo. Even if you aren’t a big fan of love triangles (which I am not a big fan myself) I still recommend this book because there is so much more to it than just a typical love triangle. I have even found my next tattoo thanks to this awesome book!
“But I think it’s safe to say I could use the reminder of the importance of stopping and taking a breath every once and a while, even if it’s only a quick one.”
If cheating is a hard limit for you, return this book to the shelf and look for another.
It happens a few times.
Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater.
Kinda like: Liar liar pants on fire, but where you end up with your pickle in someone else’s lunch box.
Someone stop me…
I was pulled in by the extremely evil (okay, not really) Erika Ashby and A.E. Woodward right from the opening pages. Did you know that there’s a dictionary of Quinnisms in the front of this book? They’re fabulous. Things like: Chinese fingertrap, askhole… You get the point. Brilliant. Those simple words made my cold black little heart grow three sizes. It was like a miraculous Grinch moment. The more I read of Quinn, the more I liked her. I wish I could say the same for Finley. By the end of the story I hated strongly disliked her.
I’m getting ahead of myself.
This love triangle is mighty complicated. “We’re the three best friends that anyone could have…” Are you singing it, too? Come on people… The Hangover. Alright, forget it.
Finley (love the name, hate the girl), Chace (The clueless man-child), and Quinn (I want to have her babies. I do. It happens) are all besties. Finley (ick) and Chace are dating. Quinn is the third wheel, constantly hiding her less than pure feelings for Chace. Quinn has known Chace longer, but Finley won his heart. *Waaaah Waaaaaaaah* Then something happens – a steamy something, in more ways than one… The relationship shifts, and these two “besties” have now taken things to a whole new level. Bow chicka bow wow. Before you roll your eyes and get upset, I didn’t view THAT part as cheating. You’ll see. Anyway… stuff happens, lines are blurred and Quinn and Chace no longer know where they stand with one another.
"She doesn’t need to know that she changed everything; that things will never be the same. We’ll never just be three friends again. We can’t. It’s impossible."
Here’s the thing. I don’t like cheating. I don’t think anyone really likes it. (Well, maybe if you’re into cuckold type stuff. Hey, to each his or her own.) I had a hard time with Chace because the man was so. Damn. Blind. Open your eyes. It took something that nearly destroyed ME to make him see the light. Infuriating.
"I’m not sure my self-worth is strong enough to be my saving grace when it comes to him."
Quinn is a rockstar. She’s not the pushover I expected her to be. She has a backbone and spends a good portion of the book exercising it. She’s witty and fast with her comebacks, loyal (oddly enough) and accepting. I really enjoyed her characters. Minus one other, *insert b-hole face* Quinn was absolutely my favorite character; good thing, since she’s the heroine.
All joking and complaining aside… I laughed, I cried (entirely too much), and I loved. I fell hard for Quinn and Chace. Even when I wanted to hate them, I couldn’t. A good book makes you feel. And while the subject matter wasn’t always favorable (to me at least), Caught made me do just that. I ugly cried for god sake! Struggling with a star rating - I went back and forth between 3.5 and 4 – I settled on 4. What happens at the end of the book, what made me ugly cry, definitely bumped up my rating. I want to hate the authors. I want to poke them with gardening tools and shish kabob sticks, but I can’t. What they did made this book what it is. I hate the cheating, but love the cheaters.
Read it and decide for yourself.
The book has a lot of confusion and angst. The ending surprised me and brought about a strong need to be stabbity. The book was great! I recommend it!
Now for the criticism, there were a lot of verb tenses that were done wrong. If the book had been run through a simple grammar check it would have found most of the errors with the past tense being used inappropriately. A good editor should have found it. If the authors read each other's chapters it would have been found because there were a lot of them, you can't miss them. Having to reread sentences all the time is frustrating especially if you spent money on the book. When I buy a book I expect and hope that it was read by at least the author and an editor. My expectations are not out of line or too difficult to achieve.
This is the second time I've read this book. I was organizing my Kindle books using the collection features of the app. I realized I had no idea what this book was about and if I'd ever finished. I started to read the first chapter to help me get my memories back but they didn't right away. Next thing I knew, even after my memories kicked in! I couldn't put the book away so I read it one sitting.
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