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Gavin returns home after seven years to premiere his first movie. Having left to pursue his dreams of making films, Gavin not only left his disapproving father, he left the rest of his family and friends. Returning for the film festival and his best friend's wedding, he rekindles his passion for his high school summer love. Finding that she has a small child, Gavin finds himself drawn not only to Britton but her son. While he may be a brilliant film maker, Gavin needs a slap upside the head on repeated occasions in this book. I truly don't think I can say much more without dealing out major spoilers. I loved this book; I laughed, I cried and I sighed. Rated S for sexy and as in the movies, the final reel is worth the wait.
Gavin is self-centered as all heck, and....well, a bit of an idiot. Major plot twist that everyone else knows, and he should have been able to see, yet doesn't til almost the end? We'll forgive him, as he redeemed himself.
Britton. Hon, I love you, but you could stand some more backbone with Gavin.
But, he did mostly redeem himself in the end. And they did get their ending....without anyone shaking him. He did get knocked out of that self-centered thing, tho. :)
Go forth and read!
I was ugly crying towards the end. Sadness, joy, frustration... aaaaaaaaah
Gavin is definitely relatable in every way. I loved his presence and his interactions with Ethan, Ella and Jacob.
L.B. Dunbar has done an amazing job bringing you back to the days when you wanted to follow your own dreams but struggled with being a person your parents are proud of. She did a great job of showing how dreams can change in an instant and things you never knew you wanted become the reason you live.
I have to admit that I really disliked Gavin Scott by the time I got to start reading Touch Screen. Throughout the first 3 books I just felt so stinking angry with his absence from his families lives and his mom's struggle with her health problems. I couldn't figure out how he could stay away!! UGH!! Then I read Touch Screen and fell head over heals for Gavin and all of his baggage!
L.B. is able to take you on a journey from teenage first love to college love that must be real and then to old feelings that you thought were long gone only to realize they are as strong as ever. The way young summer love is able to draw you in in this book is amazing. You can feel the pull between Gavin and Britton from the first time they lay eyes on each other again after 7 years apart. It is a physical thing between them that is still as strong today as it was when they were teens. Not to mention the pull between G and Gavin that is so strong even Britton can't keep them apart.
Ultimately this is a story of coming home reluctantly for a visit only to find that home is still where you belong and where your heart has always been. A story of love, loss, grief, joy and forgiveness all wrapped up in the awesome package that L.B. Dunbar has given to us in Touch Screen.