- File Size: 781 KB
- Print Length: 187 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 23, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M70Y4VN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,590 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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You know the saying..."When life hands you lemons, make lemonade"...
Both of them face so many hardships. They both pushed each other away for various reasons. But in the end they learn that they have to LIVE, no matter what they faced in the past. Life is shot, live it to the fullest.
Zoey is your average teenager she on the cheer team but some might not see what struggles take place at home. She has to grow up quickly. She is faced with death of a loved one. Falls for the wrong boy but what teenager hasn't. Zoey is strong and deeply struggling with emotions. Brooklyn has poured her emotions into Zoey character and has portrayed her in a realistic fashion.
My heart broke for Tristan he has suffered a great deal from early age has a teenager he is still struggling and with the choices he has made come with heavy consequences. Tristan finds the courage to turn his life around and comes full circle.
I can't say enough of the Epilogue it was perfect it full filed my heart with so much joy I was so happy it left me smiling. Zoey and Tristan story shows us the struggles that no teenager should have to go through but also shows you that when thrown in those circumstances don't let them define you live your life to the fullest and smile often. I have read this author before but this one is different she truly has shined and found her niche with this one. It's about second chances we all deserve one
Zoey and Tristan each struggle with receiving and giving love, but for different reasons. Both guarded, both harboring secrets, these two share a connection that nobody else their age understands. They both are forced to grow up way to soon and both have unseen scars from their pasts that have directly shaped their lives currently.
I found Zoey extremely relatable. She is the epitome of every teenage girl. She feels strongly and deeply, and Taylor did a fantastic job of portraying her teenage angst in a realistic manner.
Tristan, my heart breaks for him. He suffered through pain and almost succumbs to it, but finds the strength to turn his life around. Once he sees the light, he is rewarded his full circle moment.
The epilogue warmed my heart and left me smiling from ear to ear as you are able to see how Zoey and Tristan really took life’s lemons and turned them into lemonade. I really enjoyed this story and feel like this is Taylor’s best work yet.
This was such a sweet book. It has its sad moments as well.
Zoey was a cheerleader in high school who fell hard for her first love. I mean didn't we all think our first love was the greatest and most epic? Well just like Zoey we realize we were wrong. Evan was a snake. A young boy using his charms. While nursing her broken heart she learns her mom is sick. One fateful night on a bus she meets Tristan. Who also goes to her school. Tristan is a foster kid. He has done so much wrong because he feels he is just a bad person. He dates and I use that term loosely a string of easy girls. Melissa was one of those roles. She also plays a pivotal role in Zoey and Evans demise. Tristan immediately knows Zoey is different and the one for him.
This book isn't without its share of drama. At times I became frustrated because these characters were so immature. Then I had to remind myself I wasn't worldly and smart at 17. It has a good message that we should never judge someone because we are all going through something. The story was good and was wrapped up nicely in a pretty epilogue bow. I'm happy for Zoey and Tristan.
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