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I love a second chance story. I’m also a sucker for a love story that features characters that are over thirty. The heroes of such a story have already developed and made their share of mistakes. Now it’s time to see if they learn from their mistakes. Mitch has realized his mistake and is ready to move on, but Emily hasn’t realized her mistake, let alone asked for forgiveness. The book mainly focuses on Emily’s realization of her past mistakes and her growth as a person.
Despite my enjoyment of the overall story, I did find a few bits irritating. The dialogue was unrealistic. People speak using contractions. I also felt there was entirely too much telling and not enough showing. Emily was supposedly the sweetheart of the town, but the reader never sees that in action. I was also a bit irritated with Mitch at the end. After all he went through to win back Emily, he sure gave up quickly at the first hurdle. Emily’s friends were a bit rough on her as well. Yes, she was in a rut but there was no need to be nasty about it.
I recommend this novel to romance lovers that prefer a clean read without a whole lot of drama.
My Review: (review copy provided)
This was a short sweet story about getting a second chance at romance. One of my favorite romances are the second chance ones! If your looking for a steamy angsty story this isn't the book for you. It truly is a book about forgiveness and growth. Things don't always go as planned when your a teenager you need to grow and evolve a bit before you can get to where you want to be. This book portrayed that well. I did feel I was missing something because I didn't read the other books, especially with the secondary characters. I'm interested to read about them now, especially Tori.
I liked the concept of this book and how Mitch (H) tried to get Emily (h) to come out of her shell by finding her passions, it was a cute way to wiggle his way in. The trip was comical I found myself chuckling while reading that part, it's something that would really happen (to me). Mitch and Emily were both very likable characters, people that you'd want to be friends with. I definitely felt there connection and attraction to one another. I wish there was a little more back story and build up but all in all a light fun read.
I would recommend!
However, he also doesn’t try to force the reconnection down her throat, which I greatly appreciated. He tries the friend thing first and tries to get her attention in small ways. Every moment to Emily is a combination of a slap to the face and a loving touch. She hasn’t forgiven Mitch for leaving all those years ago (can’t blame her) but she also doesn’t take responsibility for her own role in the failed fling-that-could-have-been-more.
Overall, it’s a sweet story with not a lot of drama. Emily’s a little high strung and analyzes things way too much, but if you’re looking for a nice small-town love story, this book should make you smile. – Three Stars –
[I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review]