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- Print Length: 299 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 6, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K6PQBVG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,687 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sawyer was awesome! I loved her independent, fiery spirit. She reminded me so much of myself ;) even her views on love & marriage! It almost blew me away. It felt like I was in my own brain!
This was an awesome journey that Sawyer went on for her own identity & understanding. I honestly wish I could do one of my own!
Sawyer is a really great woman. She's experienced love and had it ripped away that she doesn't think she could handle such a thing. She's attracted to Jared and cares deeply for him but she doesn't know if she's capable of love. Once her grandmother passes away, she goes searching for clues about her past and what happened to cause her to be on her own for so many years. She finds out so many things that no one ever told her or explained to her. She meets up with many people from her past.
Jared is a wonderful man. He has loved Sawyer for years and years, maybe as long as she has been in his life. He just got divorced from a woman that he never loved but he married her because she got pregnant with his child. He wanted to always be there for his child. Sadly enough, she lost the baby. Kristy loved him but he didn't feel the same way. He wanted to be a father and was so excited but he loves Sawyer enough to give up that dream. He knows her so well that he can read what she is doing most of the time.
Definitely worth reading.
Thanks Carey - Sawyer is a terrific character and Jared ain't so bad either.
Although friendship is all Sawyer claims to want, at her roommate’s wedding she hooks up with Jared. And who can blame her? Holy cow, Jared is hot, sweet, and extremely patient and understanding. As in if you look up ‘patience’ and ‘understanding’ in the dictionary you’ll find this boy’s picture there. He’s the gem of the book. Having grown up with her he knows what Sawyer needs and when she needs it. And he’s exactly what Sawyer needs because she has a few issues she has to work through.
As a result, Sawyer is a bit cold at times and totally pessimistic. Yes, I understand she’s been dealt some blows in life that caused her to put up walls and have some feelings of insecurity; but sometimes she makes some uncool moves that she seems to feel is okay or justified but hurt Jared and others who care about her. So there were places were I almost agreed that she wasn’t good enough for Jared. Again the guy is just swoon-worthy.
The story is just as much romance as it is a story of self discovery. Though told via Sawyer and Jared’s alternating first person point of views, it’s largely about Sawyer’s journey—to accept the past, uncover some family secrets, and move on so that she can learn to love and be loved. There’s a touch of mystery in regards to her grandmother which kept the story engaging, and plenty of sexy encounters with Jared which amplified the heat factor. And though they start hitting it right from the beginning, there is no insta-lust or insta-love here as their friendship is still core to their relationship.
I was a little disappointed that the story didn’t end with Jared getting the one thing that he seemed to long for and would definitely have been good at. Perhaps the epilogue just didn’t go far enough into the future, but I just felt that he did so much for her that he should have gotten a little “extra” as part of their happy ever after.
Sawyer Says is a spin-off novel from Him and Her (Sawyer's previous roommate Sarah and her husband Will's story) that can easily be read as a stand-alone as Sarah and Will just make minor appearances in this one.
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