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- Print Length: 273 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1984335812
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- Publication Date: January 22, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0797WY1T8
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I have to say, I had mixed feelings about this book. I absolutely love second chance romances but when there’s drama just for dramas sake it kind it turns me off. Nevada and Yardley were high school sweethearts and Nevada gets offered a scholarship to play basketball. When a high school friend texts Nevada telling him that Yardley cheated on him he breaks up with her and refused to answer her calls or have any communication with her. He’s such a jerk and doesn’t even let her explain. I can’t find a redeeming quality in Nevada, I absolutely loathe him. And Yardley had hardly any redeeming qualities either. She doesn’t even go after him to make him see her point she only writes one letter. She is celibate for 10 years while Nevada mayor is the woman and has two children with her. Commence eye roll now. I personally just did not connect with the characters The book was well written and character development was great but I absolutely hate the two main characters.
Yardley and Nevada have an all-consuming love for each other that you only dream about. But when young love encounters trouble, it's Nevada that walks away, leaving Yardley a broken young woman. Ten years later, Nevada returns back home, leaving his basketball career to focus on his two little girls. But when he runs into Yardley again, will he make the same mistake of loving her again?
Yardley loved Nevada with her entire soul. Stolen moments, whispered promises, and the love of the boy that sat down across from her when she moved from California. A misunderstanding rips them both apart, and she hasn't quite recovered every since. When she runs into Nevada again, will he finally allow her to talk to him? Or is it too late for them to be together again? You'll need to one-click to find out.
I reviewed an advanced copy of this book, but I loved it so much that I ended up buying it.
No, no they did not. One misunderstanding, yeah, it was a big one, but one misunderstanding led to the demise of their relationship. Where was the "You have to listen to me"? Or maybe even a text with a "hey, I need to talk to you"? instead of what happened? She gave up way too easy.
I've said it before, WHY do authors (this is a total pet peeve of mine) wait 10 years before the H/h see each other again? Some can do it right with 10 years but very few have. Drives me NUTS. (Total pet peeve lol)
Once they actually do talk everything happens way too fast, felt totally rushed. Needs drawn out, learn each other again. I mean come on it's been 10 years after all. The h needs to have a bit more, ok, a lot more back bone. Needs to get in his face some, should have stood up for herself. Should have probably done it 10 years ago but at least 8 years ago. I know the authors have reasons for their timelines but this one just didn't work for me. (See pet peeve above lol)
Will I read this author again? Yes, yes I will.
Yardley Dove Devereaux, the new girl in town, caught the attention of Nevada Kane, a basketball star on the rise; he was mesmerized by her beauty. What started as friendship slowly developed into deeper one. As lovers they became inseparable. But an offer came to Nevada to play basketball to another state, Yardley knew this day will come, and she won’t hinder this opportunity for Nevada to be a famous athlete. Promises made to each other until Yardley broke it. Yardley wanted to explain her side, but Nevada won’t hear any of it. It took ten years for their path to cross again when Nevada went back to town with two small daughters in tow. As much as possible both, Yardley and Nevada, try to ignore each other. But it’s obvious they still have some lingering feelings for each other. Will they be able to forgive and forget what happened years ago and move on?
This book is like a roller coaster ride of emotion for me, one moment I’d like to shake Yardley for what she’s did (breaking her promise to Nevada) and then when I knew the reason behind it, I’m on her side. Winter definitely wrote another heartfelt story of love, lost and found. Her written words just flow eloquently and characters are well defined. The plot of the story will entice you to never stop reading until the last page. It was a great read for me. Highly recommended!
For two people who were supposed to be completely and utterly in love, they obviously didn’t outwardly show it. Hardly anyone around them seemed to know about how serious they were and when they ended nobody seemed to wonder why. Apparantly nobody in this town communicates with each other outside of single, vague texts without any follow up questions or explanations.
Everything in this story came down to a lack of communication and a lack of respect for anyone, including themselves. It just didn’t work for me.