Jase is the new guy in school, he was transferred to a new school after moving out of his father’s house into his mothers. But Jase knows about Maddie and knows about her past. He thinks he can keep this a secret. When the truth comes out will they be able to survive their worlds being turned upside down? Will their connection be strong enough to make it through?
This was definitely not an easy read. I seem to be on a roll with some intensely emotional reads recently! This one continued that trend, without a doubt.
I spent most of this book holding my breath and waiting for the other foot to drop. I knew something major was going to happen and I knew it from the beginning. I just wasn’t sure what. I also did not expect many of the twists.
While the characters are in high school, they both – especially Maddie – have been through more than many adults. So, they were pretty mature in the way they communicated with each other. At times I would get frustrated with how shortsighted they were or how blind they were to certain issues, but then I’d remember that they WERE young. And regardless of circumstances, many times high schoolers still act their age at times.
I really enjoyed this story, though it feels strange to say that due to all that happened. The writing flowed without effort and made it pretty easy to read. I can’t wait to read more from this new author!
Zoey Foster lives in Southern California with her Husband and 3 Sons. When she is not writing, you can find her on Swoon Worthy Books posting updates on books and Authors, and let’s not forget about the Man-candy and just having a bunch of fun. She is taking her passion for books and making it her reality in writing her debut novel Her Love Ran Crimson. She loves interacting with others talking about great Books and Book Boyfriends. You can find her at the links below always encouraging people to have a fun time and live in the moment. She has a weakness for Sour Patch Kids and has inappropriate fun when she is having her wine at night tweeting her thoughts. She also likes to make up words. The best word to describe her is Winetastic!