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Where Veer failed for me was that the drama felt so forced and cliche. Gavin has been burned by "Northern women" before, so he automatically dislikes Becca. Becca on the other hand, is the apple of every man in town's eye and winds up going on a date with someone else. She still ends up in Gavin's bed though, and then he's a jerk the next morning for no reason other than "she's leaving so I figured she just wanted a one night stand." Even if she was looking for a one night stand, his logic makes no sense. You shouldn't attempt to read someone's mind and then be rude to them.
Becca wasn't any better though. There's a scene with Gavin's mother toward the end of Veer that was so awkward, but I could relate because almost the same thing happened to me. But then Becca jumps to all kinds of conclusion about Gavin based on what his mom said and she really had no basis to project those things onto him. It was the inevitable break up, but it felt formulaic rather than like a real fight. Everyone needs to stop pretending to be mind readers!
Veer was in a word, annoying. I don't know what's in the water in Clayton Falls but it's making everyone crazy.
Veer by Alyssa Rose Ivy was sent to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
I will go ahead and admit, I was worried about Gavin having his own book. I wasn't a fan of his in Derailed. He was too cocky, too pushy. But in Veer, we get to see the other side of Gavin, the man who was dumped for getting injured, the man who's just sort of drifting along.
I was very happy that the heroine of Veer was going to be Becca. She didn't play a big part in Derailed, but she was a great friend, and I loved getting to know her better. Strong-willed and with a quick wit and spirited temper, she was an excellent fit for Gavin. The push and pull between the two personalities was fun.
As with Derailed, my favorite character was Jake Matthews! This guy is a riot, a button-pusher, and I am itching to get my hands on his upcoming book, Wrecked.