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- Print Length: 308 pages
- Publication Date: March 26, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C9DMH49
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Maritza and Isaiah meet by chance and strike up a friendship of sorts. Maritza isn't looking for a relationship and Isaiah is shipping out in a week. Which starts a week of Saturday's, where they spend time doing silly fun things. But both of them are starting to feel something, but neither wants to admit it out loud.
When Isaiah leaves they agree to write letters. Honestly my favorite part in the book.
But out of nowhere the letters stop and Maritza is devastated. Will these 2 get a second chance or will drama and lies get in the way?
Everything about this book was amazing. Maritza is a strong women who you'll respect and love because of her honestly and humor. Isaiah is tough to crack, but you just want to hug him and slap him all at the same time.
And if you still doubt that this is a great book...let me tell you a little something...I received an advanced reader copy and I still bought the book. Buy it now, you won't regret it.
I liked the Maritza we got in the first few pages, she was so normal. What we get after that is a pushy, you're going to love me or I'm going to boil your bunny in a pot crazy person. Who falls for a guy that is being a jerk to you?!
The girl pushed herself on this guy, she got pissed of he didn't want to spend his every day before deployment with just her.
The way she was with other men, she was like a cat playing with a mouse on a string, but got pissed at them for expecting more?!
Isaiah, he was bitter and needed a wake up call. He was Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde with Maritza, he claimed he didn't want her but kept coming back.
So maybe crazy was his brand of perfect.
I didn't see any connection between these two, barely even a legit friendship.
Here's where I'm going to be extremely critical, the military parts. At the point they meet he's been in about 8 years, he would be a Sgt. by then, not corporal, after another 4 years he should be staring at a rank of Staff Sgt, if you're still a Cpl you would not be in.
Deployment length, Afghanistan is a one year deployment not six months. And how was he coming back to L.A. after every one? There isn't an Army base in that immediate area.
His injury, he was in his barracks packing his belongings after, not in an immediate coma like he said. He also would have been medically discharged if his injuries were as bad as he said.
So many inconsistencies in this.
The book was not at all what I thought it was going to be from the blurb. I won't spoil but the plot was awesome and the wee twist was a WTF moment.
Both are likable characters and a bit odd in there own way. The way they slowly became friends was sweet and yet they both kept their distance. Then .... he leaves.
I really enjoyed the book and the tease at the end for the cousins book.
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