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One Life: An Only You Novel Kindle Edition
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Plus, it was super fun to follow Zoe's story, as she was such a great character in One Night. Spock is basically awesome, end of story.
Finally, as a former resident of Chicago, I was so excited to see some old faves pop up in the book (Old Town School of Folk Music - SQUEE!!!)
Loved this latest book by Pine!
I really enjoyed this book. There were a few tears, a few laughs, a good amount of steam, a little angst and a lot of friendship. At first, I wasn't sure how I felt about Zoe but as the book went on, I really felt she was a brilliant character. Everything from the issues she was dealing with, her guilt over her brothers death and the way she was hiding herself made her a really complex character. I felt like she was a really strong heroine, even if it didn't seem like it at times. Zach was amazing and he was the perfect match for Zoe. Maybe it's just my own personal preference but I really appreciated that the way this author handled the separation between these characters. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I hope maybe this series will continue - I'd love to read Delores's story!
To say I was unprepared for this story is a mild understatement. I had a whole scenario made up in my head from the months of waiting impatiently to read Zoe’s book. When I finally started, everything went a completely different way than I anticipated. I absolutely LOVED seeing Zoe in a new way. She was so flawed and so broken, yet so beautiful and bright. There is something about seeing a broken character struggle that connects with me when I am reading. Zoe is a young woman who has been falling apart a little bit at a time for years and when her brother dies, she begins to crack in a Grand Canyon type of way. She can no longer hold it all together and being the “stronger one” for her family and friends begins to destroy who she is. This book is about Zoe. Sure, there is a beautiful romance and a heartfelt story, but above all, it is about a woman who learns to find herself again. She hits rock bottom. Her story is unique in light of other heroines in the genre. I appreciated the AJ takes what happens in this story and gives everything a different view and outlet. Zoe expresses her pain in a way that I had never thought of before and you feel the pain of what she is doing to herself and internalizing on an authentic level.
ONE LIFE takes the reader into the after math of tragedy but also has lots of laughs. This story has many of the characters I loved from the first book and adds a few new faces into the tale. If you have read ONE NIGHT, Jess and Adam have a strong presence in the story. We also meet Dee, Zoe’s new roommate, a fun character who adds a lot to the story. I loved meeting the people Zoe worked with and those she came into contact with. Everyone enhances what is happening and help Zoe to understand who she is and what she needs.
Spock. That boy is beyond wonderful and the perfect companion to Zoe. He understands her in ways she would never have imagined. He wants her and is willing to fight for her, but he is also willing to walk away if that is what is best for her. He is selfless in his love. These two together click perfectly. I was always so excited to see something come to fruition from their relationship after watching them toe the line in the previous book. The connection between these two is sweet and passionate. They find solace and hope in each other, living in the moment, ignoring the future wrought with uncertainty. It was a beautiful thread to read in this book!
ONE LIFE is outstanding, a book about a harsh reality and the lies we tell ourselves. It is about hope and healing, life and death. It is about learning when to hold on and when to let go. This tale shows the journey of one young woman who hits rock bottom and learns to find her identity again. Do not miss this book. I loved every single word written!
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One Life was sweet, but full of heartbreak. It’s is my first A.J. Pine book and I loved it.Read more