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Baylee Morgan had it all, or so those outside looking in would think. After experiencing a life-altering moment, Baylee decides to find her someday. No longer tied to commitments she thought she had to follow, she decides to start over in a big way. Leaving her marriage and life behind in the town she lived in all her life, Baylee finds herself in Santa Monica, California. This time she will live on her terms.
“You know how people always say “Someday, I will?” Well, I’ve hit my someday. Someday begins today…”
I loved Baylee. Though she felt stifled most of her life, she did not let it get in her way. She was determined to find out who she was and what she wanted out of life. She did not always make the right choices, but at least now she was making them on her own and in her way. She had strength, determination and a bit of that Irish temper that was fun to see.
Once in Santa Monica, she sets out to start living, but on her first day, she runs right smack into Sebby Powers in the most embarrassing way possible. Beyond humiliated, she offers to make amends. Baylee is instantly attracted to Sebby, but very cautious around him, until she learns he has a girlfriend. So they settle as friends.
Sebby is smart, sexy, but also very down-to-earth. He is happy, successful and loves his girlfriend and dog. What else could a man ask for?
As Baylee settles into her new life, she begins to makes friends and explore her new surroundings. And so the laughs begin. A small town woman in the big city experiencing life for the first time. What can go wrong?
With Sebby’s bi-coastal relationship, he is able to spend time with Baylee and help her settle in. As time goes by, they begin to rely on each other and see just how much they have in common. And though Bayle has doubts that a woman and man can be friends, Sebby is determined to show her they can.
I loved this story. Loved seeing Baylee experience life for the first time by taking risks and trying new things. I loved Sebby’s confidence and sexiness and how he helps Baylee come out of her comfort zone. Seeing their friendship blossom and grow added so much to the story. In the end, I feel that though this was a romantic comedy, it was so much more. It was a story about life, love, friendships and the choices we make. I would definitely read other books by this author as well as recommend this book.
The Other Side of Someday was a laugh out loud, 4-star read for me.
Okay, this book so did not go in the direction I was expecting it to, and whenever that sort of thing happens, I become one happy puppy. As a reader, I want to be surprised, especially since I've read more than my fair share of novels, especially within this year alone. Sebby and Baylee are strangers who meet thanks to Baylee's overly amorous dog Sport and Sebby's quite receptive mixed breed, Gidget. The connection is undeniable but if you think this is the kind of story where two people meet, fall in love, have a hurdle here and there to overcome, and then live happily ever after, then you're in for what I believe is the fantastic, extraordinary, and lightheartedly heartwarming wonderment that is Sebby and Baylee's love story. The humor is easygoing, courtesy by not only the main characters but by the circle of friends they both share. There are nuggets of wisdom offered up by Baylee's weathered but wise uncle, as well as those thrown in--whether unsolicited or otherwise--by their friends who see more than either Baylee or Sebby are prepared to acknowledge. I know this is a standalone, but I do hope Owen Macallan gets his own HEA because his admission late in the book kinda broke my heart. If he were real, I'd offer myself up, you know.
For a book to become a favorite of mine, a combination of things have to come into play. I need main characters that I can genuinely fall in love with, empathize with whatever plight they may be facing, and become emotionally invested as they struggle to get to their HEA. Then the story has to standout, especially when it's one that has an air of familiarity to it, often courtesy of a well-loved, oft-used trope like friends who fall in love with one another. The one other thing that's essential is far more difficult to define; it's that feeling that I get in my chest at more than a singular point in a story. It's this squeeze I feel around my heart, one that can sometimes be accompanied by goosebumps. There are also the more outward reactions I have: laughing out loud, grinning like a loon, squealing in delight, shedding a tear or two or more, whether in sadness or in joy. And while it's rare that I get that combination, I found myself being gifted with it courtesy of this book. I can't stress enough how much I adore Baylee, Sebby, Sport, Gidget, the condo clique (yep, I've come up with a name for them), and dear Owen (non-book boyfriend crush maybe?). I've already one-clicked The Other Side of Someday, and you should, too. Five-plus stars. ♥
We are introduced to Baylee, who has relocated to LA after a recent divorce and is ready for a new beginning. I loved how independent & strong she was and how determined she was to live her life to the fullest. I loved her first encounter with Sebby and every other one after that! Sebby on the other hand… there wasn’t anything that I didn’t love about him! Let’s just say he was Perfect! He was everything anyone would want, and in his eyes he had the perfect life until Baylee comes into sight. I love how their friendship developes and everything else that follows. The banter between them was hilarious and you will enjoy the journey of everything these two go through throughout the book.
TK without a doubt knows how to give us great secondary characters. I loved the majority of them with the exception of Mercedes, and lets not forget Sport & Gidget who were the reason that Baylee and Sebby met! Overall, this was an amazing read, and I’m pretty positive TK can master any genre at this point. This is a definite “Must Read”! If you’re looking for a lighter read full of laughs, then this is definitely something you should read!
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