I Liked It!
This book…. this book had me thinking all day and night about what I thought about it.
I loved the story, the not believing you deserve a second chance, about finding someone you are attracted to, and thinking you are being rejected, all of the drama. I just wish that we would have had more of an ending, I kept swiping over on my Kindle hoping there would be more.
I loved Jos’s character, and trying to figure out what had happened to her to make her change so drastically. I loved Dusty, he was quite a character and all in all adorable and I loved him. Getting to see the original characters from My Favorite Mistake was awesome. I fell in love with these characters in book 1, and loved the even more, even if they were a little too over protective of Jos.
Hannah’s character was actually my favorite in this book. I loved how strong she was, even though all that she has been through, and how she pushed Jos when she needed it and was a shoulder to cry on other times. I loved her banter with Dusty and how she kept trying to push the two of them together, she was just an amazing best friend.
We find out what has been haunting Jos at the most inopportune time and my heart broke for her, it took a while for Dusty to figure it out, and when he did, I loved how the two of them figured out what to do together.
Renee’s character got on my nerves a little, she was trying to mother Jos too much instead of being the older sister she needed, and letting her go through what she was going through without all the rules, etc. But I understand why she did it, didn’t mean it didn’t get on my nerves.
All in all this book was amazing, like I said the only thing that got to me was how quickly the book ended, I was like WTH, and see an opening for more, maybe a novella? There were a few things I wish we would have seen more of towards the end, but I’m not letting that ruin the book, I really encourage everyone to read My Favorite Mistake and My Sweetest Escape, both are great books and make you believe in second chances, friendship, and who your family really is.