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The Year We Hid Away (The Ivy Years) (Volume 2) Paperback – May 7, 2014
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So a LOT happens in this book, a lot of twists and turns in each of the character’s own stories…so it ended up making for a, well, not quite action packed, but drama packed book. There were even a few extra twists at the very end that I DID NOT see coming whatsoever, that *might* have been a bit much, but didn’t detract from the story (the Uncle Brian stuff for those who have read it). I actually really enjoyed all the challenges and struggles that they each faced…two characters with such difficult pasts, it was gratifying to see them find some solace in each other. I kind of liked how they just had a natural chemistry from the beginning, despite Bridger not having time for another “complication” in his life. Scarlet was adorably shy and awkward, having little experience with the opposite sex (especially recently). They just fit and their flirting was adorable to watch. I liked that it was kind of a slower start at a relationship, and I found them really sweet together. And even though they had issues trusting each other (sort of), I really enjoyed watching them support each other when they finally figured things out. I’m probably not making any sense, but what else is new?
So loved the sweet romance, but really enjoyed the plot that ran alongside that with Bridger and his little sister, and Scarlet and her family troubles. My heart broke for both of them at different times, and I just felt really fulfilled and happy by the time the book was finished. I’m even contemplating a 4.5 stars for this one. Maybe I should just say 4.25 and average it. You know, I say screw it! 4.5 stars from me! Which means that that part you read at the beginning is a lie, but then that also means you read to the end of this babbling, so I commend you!! Go read this book. Done.