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"Trust" is fascinating because the main characters are opposites. They understand each other but even after their shared trauma they travel opposites roads. Edi's is filled with anger while John focuses on improving himself and his life. Kylie Scott does a magnificent job in finding the balance for the two. Also, even though Edi isn't comfortable as a plus-sized girl she accepts herself as she is. You don't see her shedding the weight as part of her journey to her Happily Ever After. John is a sweet, compassionate, and protective hero; he's wonderfully complex. Edi's new friends are smart and funny; especially Hang. John has a best friend, Anders, who's quite the charming character. "Trust" is an intelligently written and fabulous book filled with Friendship, Violence, Thrills, Sexy, and Romance. It has a strong and riveting storyline and intriguing characters. "Trust" is a YA book worthy of a Adult reading!
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In this latest novel by author Kylie Scott, “Trust” is a YA romance about a very unlikely pair, brought together in the aftermath of a shared traumatic event. It’s thought-provoking and unique, with multi-faceted, charismatic characters that are sure to delight. “Trust” is also a story that drew me in right from the very start and held me captive right up until the very end.
I loved the slow developing “friends-to-lovers” dynamic between John & Edie, and I loved the strength of character exhibited by both. Time and again, Edie exuded confidence in the face of those intent on bringing her down. And unlikely hero, John, was unabashedly drawn to Edie—his attraction towards her developing far beyond the confines of physical attraction alone.
“Trust” is a heart-felt story that shines a spotlight on each of the characters’ vulnerabilities, insecurities and underlying fears and their fierce desire to rise above them. Despite its serious undertone, “Trust” is injected with lighthearted humor throughout, making it a story far less dark than it might otherwise have been.
Chapter one opens the book with a bang...literally. And the traumatic experience both binds and separates the two. It feels inevitable because of the shared experience that they would somehow connect.
The angst of being a teen, now amplified because they're confused and afraid and lost and angry. An unusual friendship develops out of need. Two lost souls. A wonderful circle of friends, each unique but supportive.
So much good and so much bad in one story. I was joked right from the start (especially after seeing the trailer of FB). I felt like John and Evie's personal cheerleader. So much to work through. So much work to change your past. Privacy no longer being your own. All this and dealing with the anxiety and fear. These two strengthened each other. Trust is truly a wonderful story and I thoroughly enjoyed it.