Caine, my childhood friend, was a short, scrawny thirteen-year-old boy with
thick glasses and a mouthful of braces the last time I saw him.
years later, he’s no longer an awkward teen.
Staggering. Drop-dead. Gorgeous.
more than a fleeting attraction. I’ve
spent too many sleepless nights obsessing
over him while my fiancé sleeps next to me.
makes a proposal I can’t ignore.
yes, will I finally have it all? Or will
it be a prelude to disaster?
sexual content, it is intended for mature audiences only.
Amazing. Heart Breaking. Magnificent. Devastating. Beautiful. These are some of the best words to describe this book. This is by far one of my absolutely favorite reads this year. It tore at my sole in so many ways.
When we first met Lina in the beginning I felt so bad for her. I couldn’t begin to imagine how awful life with her fiancé would have to be for her to be thinking of someone else the way she was. That is where those words about the book start. There was so much wrong with her life, but I can totally understand staying in the same monotonous life. Then, we are introduced to Julian. Julian is so many things and I had so many feelings about him. He was the perfect distraction that Lina needed in her life, and the perfect wake up call.
But Julian wasn’t what I thought he was. He was so much more and so much less all at the same time. There were so many things I thought about him, mostly that I couldn’t believe that he was playing this game and going no where with it. Julian represented a part of her life that was missing, a part of her life that she missed out on.
I cannot wait to see where Auden takes us, because the end of this book left me wanting so much more
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