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Roni, this girl has literally lived her last few years in a bubble of depression, and she has no real goals except to get up the next day and do what she did the previous day in her sweats! When her BFF shows up with a free week pass to the local gym she has no intention of doing more than a day. But, life had other plans and she not only finds herself in the gym but finds a little more.
The story is a love story, one that most find difficult with the age gap. But, I truly enjoyed it, a relationship is a balance and Noah and Roni do just that for one another, balance each other and make each other a better version of themselves. When one lives a life like Noah's one is forced to grow up fast, so, age is nothing but a number and emotions are what one should focus on and run with.
I loved the 5th street experience and can't wait to read the rest of the series.
Besides the looks department, Noah did have some really good qualities that you want a hero to have such as loyalty to his friends and a strong work ethic. However, when you are trying to show that age doesn't matter, having the hero still run around with a crowd that included kids in high school makes it difficult. Having a 28 year old having the hots for and checking out someone in that group seems a little creepy. This age spread works, but only if the younger adult is not still hanging with minors.
Veronica was definitely not a worthy heroine and difficult to root for. She was immature, "wishy washy" (not a fan of that phrase, but it really works as part of her analysis) and to me she just seemed to be using Noah because she was lonely. She went from being 40 pounds overweight and looking like a frumpy 40 something to looking like someone who could pass for being in their early 20's in a month. Very unrealistic and made it even harder to see her as a real character. She was raised by a single mother and her grandparents and worked at a college and still said "wanna". There were just so many contradictions in her character that made it difficult to read about her, little lone like her. The primary plot was boring and was weighed down by too many secondary plots. For being a difficult character to root for it seemed like half the book was being inside her head where she repeated over and over again that she was too old for him, but he was so hot looking.
I wished I had read the one and two star reviews before giving this book a chance; I read them after the fact and thought those reviews were dead on. I can't recommend this book and wished that I had made a different choice.
This is a new author for me, and I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I can't wait to read the others in the series!!
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Hope that the other books are as good as this one.