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- Publisher: That's What She Said Publishing, Inc. (July 13, 2018)
- Publication Date: July 13, 2018
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- Language: English
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When you get to book six (or seven if we count the prequel) in a series, you think you know what to expect. Well, this book just goes to show that you should expect the unexpected when it comes to Lucy Score and Blue Moon. Don’t get me wrong, it is still very much the same Blue Moon with its Beautification Committee, hippies, and characters we have grown to love. However, this book is a bit more removed from the Pierce family than the rest of the series has been, and it helped me see Blue Moon from a different angle. I fell in love all over again.
Eden and Davis are fantastic characters. I love absolutely everything about them. This book begins with a look at them in high school and the missed opportunity at a relationship that created the animosity that exists between these characters today. I loved getting a look back to see not only them, but so many of our favorite Mooners when they were younger. The beginning of their story was heartbreaking as it not only shaped their relationship, but gave so much insight on why they are the people they have grown to be today.
While both characters transform throughout this story, I felt every ounce of Eden’s transformation. After making one mistake as a heartbroken teen, she works so hard to prove to everyone that she is better than that one defining moment, but really, it seems she needs to prove it to herself. I fell hard for Eden. Total girl crush. She is hardworking, sincere, loyal, and so thoughtful. She is the kind of girl I want to be besties with. Watching her transform throughout this story in order to accept and go after what she truly wants made my heart happy.
And Davis. He is such a good guy through and through. He makes some bad choices because he is such a people pleaser, but he truly strives to be what everyone needs. Not only does he try to make everyone happy, he is also the guy who volunteers to help new families adjust to life in Blue Moon. The guy who gets caught up in romance. The guy who is willing to see through what others think to who people truly are. I loved watching him transform into the man who knows what he wants and works to make it happen. I loved that Eden brought out a confidence he didn’t even know he possessed to really become that man. When they were together, it was as if nothing else mattered. Their connection went beyond everything that happened in the past, and what others expected of them to the amazing possibilities of what could be should that spark be ignited.
And in true Blue Moon fashion, this book was hilarious. It wasn’t over-the-top crazy like Holding on to Chaos and the astrological apocalypse, but the characters are just as funny as ever! It wouldn’t be Blue Moon without shenanigans. From the family feud to an epic mistake that threatens to have half the town arrested, Blue Moon is still Blue Moon. We also get a lot of insight to the Beautification Committee in this book, and I loved it! While this book isn’t Pierce Family centered, we do check in with and get updates on all of our favorite Blue Moon characters.
This story is one you don’t want to miss. It is a story of redemption. It is a story of embracing life and what you want regardless of what others think. It is a story of second chances. It will take you from laughing to longing to a truly happily-ever-after. I have been a fan of Blue Moon from the start, but this may just be my new favorite.
Eden Moody, reacting to Davis’s mistake, made a horrendous mistake of her own in high school, and has spent the remaining years struggling with her own atonement. Becoming a successful business owner, extending hospitality to those visiting Blue Moon. She wonders if there’s more to life, though?
Then the ripples from those two mistakes finally reach each other, in the form of a stink bomb because this is Blue Moon after all. Eden and Davis determine the Beautification Committee has gone too far this time with their matchmaking shenanigans and hatch their own elaborate plot.
Davis and Eden face the wrath of their feuding families and come full circle; from pretend domestic partners in high school to (pretend) love birds as adults. This is where Lucy Score shines, showcasing the undeniable chemistry between sworn enemies, making both Eden and Davis likable and sympathetic. As if this wasn’t enough, we get to spend Thanksgiving with the whole Pierce family in the greatest progressive dinner ever.
Davis and Eden touched my heart, both longing for something more in life that they didn’t even recognize until they shook off the patchouli cloud from high school. Their (fake) courtship that leads to (real) love was a delight to read about. And it’s Blue Moon, so there are plenty of side splitting moments along the way!
I get very excited for these books.
This particular one is almost like a spin off of this series.
You don't necessarily have to read all the other books to read this one, but I must warn you, you will want to read the rest once you've read this one.
Blue Moon, is a special place that if it were a real place, many who have read this series comment how they would love to live there.
The characters in these series are very unique.
You will fall in love with each and everyone of these characters. They will become like family.
This is a story about a high school romance that went all wrong because of a family fued between there families.
Fast forward to the present and the feud is still going. The whole town has been affected by this and they would like it to stop, but getting Davis and Eden, together is going to be interesting since neither want to upset their parents, but the attraction is undeniable and they have matured since high school.
This book is full of surprised with a twist at the end.
It will make you laugh and cry and sometimes it will do it at the same time.
With introductions from the past characters , it is an awesome addition to the Blue Moon family.
Looking forward to many more characters and the next generation of babies getting their stories.