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Maisie and Luke were beyond adorable as a couple. I loved them together. When Luke broke her heart, he broke mine as well. The pain and heartbreak that Maisie was feeling was heart-wrenching. Her agony had me in tears.
When Zachary was introduced, I was intrigued. He sounded like the perfect cure for a broken heart.
When Maisie started getting harassed, I was dying in suspense with who could be responsible. I kept going back and forth between the different characters, trying to put the pieces together.
However, when the pieces actually were put together, I wasn’t as surprised as I thought I would be. I was SHOCKED with how the story played out in the end. I kept looking at the percentage of the story that was left while I was reading on my kindle. I couldn’t believe it ended the way it did. This changed my mentality on Maisie completely. I understood her struggle, but I found her to be weak and pathetic. I also wished there was more of Zach. Moseley kept leading the reader to believe that something could possibly develop between the two characters, but it never did.
I would have absolutely loved this book, as I love her other stories, but the ending really killed it for me.
Usually a deciding factor in the book is the male lead character. I like Alpha male heroes in stories, like Clay and Liam from her other stories. BUT, Luke?!?!? He was okay I guess in the beginning, yes he was sweet, but it was a little over the top and I felt like he had a personality disorder or something. One of issues I had with the story is how much he changed in front of his friends. For example, my husband and I met our sophomore year of high school, and if we had been together for 19 months and he talked to me or said those things to his buddies I would put my foot up his a***!! There were a few times where I couldn't grasp the characters personalities. Luke was annoyingly sweet one moment, then a d***** in front of his buddies. And Maisi... Geesh, I don't feel like I connected with her hardly at all until the very end. At first you think shes some pushover for the way she allows Luke to talk to her, but 50ish pages later she punching some chick in the face. Its like she went under a complete transformation!!
What saved the book from really sucking for me was Zachary Anderson... SWOON!!! I really hope she continues this story and we get to see where they end up.
I'm trying to be vague bc I do not want to ruin this for anyone.
All in all it was a decent read. Would I recommend it, possibly... Was it worth my time - Yes. I absolutely love reading stuff by this author and I will continue to do so.
I thought Zach was going to be a bigger character in this book and some things just didn't make sense. Like how at the end of the book she suddenly loves him even though she stated earlier in the book before Luke died that her feelings for Zach were only platonic. These characters also didn't seem as realistic as her other characters have been. They got angry so fast and even though maise was supposed to be the classic good girl and said that violence doesn't solve anything, she seemed to get angry and start a fight pretty easily. Then with Luke I can understand how he was feeling alone and wanted attention but I didn't suspect that was his reason for doing it. I did suspect Luke at some suspicious parts of the book, but I didn't think it was to get attention and he also seemed kind of unrealistic because he was the football golden boy and never got into fights apparently but yet he can kill a person?i guess that does prove how crazy he was, and I am probably overthinking everything but this book just seems unrealistic to me.
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