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- Publication Date: October 12, 2018
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- Language: English
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My Second Chance: A Best Friend's Brother Sweet Romance (Ridgewater High Romance Book 4) Kindle Edition
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It was a trick he'd used a few times last summer when we'd snuck off to some corner of his house to make-out for a minute.
"Think chocolate-covered blueberries will make a good cover this time?" he asked in a quieter voice, coming out with a white zippered bag.
The sight of that particular candy, which I only ever saw at his house, instantly transported me back to the lazy afternoons of last summer.
He probably didn't even realize what he'd done until our eyes met. And my whole body burned when he looked at me. Was he remembering the same things I was? Him pushing me against the wall by the laundry room and kissing me until my mind went foggy. Me saying our secret code word, and then meeting in their back porch for a minute because sitting on the couch opposite from him as we hung out with Noah and Lexi had made me crazy, and I just needed a few minutes in his arms to satiate the hunger I had for him.
I tried to blink those memories away and urged the heat flashing across my face to cool.
We had been so dangerous--a wildfire that had been too hot to keep from burning out of control before inevitably, the only thing left for it to do was to burn out.
"I think the chocolate blueberries should work fine. She knows how I can't resist them," I said, holding out a shaky hand for the bag and scooping up a handful of the dark brown candy.
"I remember that, too." He took the bag back, and unlike Saturday's hot chocolate exchange, he wasn't careful to keep our hands from brushing against each other.
When I looked at his face, his cheeks seemed pinker than they'd been a moment before. He pulled out a handful for himself.
"We better get back in there," I said, before I could do anything stupid. I needed to stop being so attracted to the guy I was keeping such a huge secret from. I needed to remember how badly he had hurt me before I left, and that he would just hurt me again if he ever found out the truth.
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Ok so here we have Juliette and Easton’s story. While I loved Easton, I did not like Juliette AT ALL. Her lies, deception, and attitude throughout the whole book was a complete turn off. While I obviously knew Juliette was pregnant going into this book, I was not expecting this turn of events. I feel if you play, you pay. Now, before I step on anyone’s toes, let me say I do realize that mistakes happens, the heat of the moment etc.. But... Juliette is 16 years old and pregnant. She slept with Easton for the wrong reasons. She knew she was leaving for Paris and wanted Easton to remember her. That’s it. After knowing how he felt about it. Now Easton had just as much part and could have said no too, so he doesn’t get a pass. Anyone reading this series knows about the purity rings Easton and his sisters had. But what really made me want to leave this review is this. You can really see Juliette’s immaturity coming through with her selfish decision. Planning on giving the baby up for adoption without the consent of Easton and without him even knowing. Not only did she lie to keep her pregnancy a secret until she got caught, but even after she got caught she was still so stubborn about the subject because SHE wanted a better life for HERSELF. She was so worried about HER future and HER schooling and HER career and not the future of her baby that much. She did use that as an excuse at one point saying, she couldn’t give the baby the life it deserved, but it was mainly about HER. That’s where my saying comes from..you play, you pay. If she was so grown up to make the decision to play then she should be grown up enough to deal with the consequences. I know people would argue the fact of, well she made a mistake and now she’s giving him up for adoption instead of abortion. I do agree that is better, but she should have thought about all of this BEFORE her actions. Then once Easton did find out, he wanted the baby. But no, it was her way or the highway. In the end, I felt Easton was pressured into choosing between adoption or Juliette. Which made the relationship end up feeling forced and I felt disconnected to Easton as well at that point. I guess it’s good that an author can provoke this much emotion out of a reader, but on the other hand there should be a disclaimer of some sort for readers who are sensitive to this subject.
Now having said that, would I continue to read Judy’s books? Yes, I would. I love her writing style, and the emotion and chemistry between her characters. I really love YA books and she is a fantastic writer on the subject. Her books are clean. Even this one, no discriptions of the act, language or innuendo. Though the subject matter alone should be for a more mature teen on this particular book, but the rest of the series is more squeaky clean.
Let me start off by saying I loved all the books in the series. However, this one I'm torn on. First of all, I was not expecting to cry like I did, and I hate crying. Second, I don't agree with the decision the characters made. Juliette didn't start out making a good impression with all of her lies, and her procrastination and attitude toward her baby didn't help either. I ended up not liking her much at all. Now, I understand everyone has to make their own decisions for what's best for them, but I could never give mine of my child away, especially knowing the father and both parents were willing to help. I just dont agree. I'm sad this series ended on such a sour note for me.
The story involves teen pregnancy. Juliette is 16 and Easton the boy she secretly had been dating doesn't know she is pregnant.
Easton and Juliette are amazing characters.
This book was a clean read but with swoony kisses. Judy Corry keeps getting better with each book. I could borrow her books on kindle unlimited but I always buy hers because she has become one of my favorite authors and I reread her books.
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Out of the series this book takes the cake! By far my favorite.
Just absolutely loved it, i need more! Like i want to know how there life is 5-10years from now. Aghhhhh!