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Can't tell you why I feel the draw to these stories, but how can you not support but love a daddy that protects you from the poor things and people in the world. Love how they seem to just care without much effort on their e Small in the story has to adapt to her fresh life and you can see her struggles and feel like you are right there with her.Until Next Time... Tabi
I love all of pepper North books so this book was no various and the love I have for the characters she creates for these types of books starline's kind of quick yes this was a short story book poor I love Australian method are amazing hopefully more of those will be found their mommies or daddies and this line of books thank you
Although this is a fresh genre for Kylie Scott, her unbelievable characterizations and storytelling shine bright and create this book a total winner. Uncertain at first at what quickly becomes a dark beginning, I quickly fell into the story and was unable to place it down, finishing it in a single sitting. Her representation of high school and the inherent insecurities that run through that age are spot on. I completely identified with Edie and was rooting for her and her friendship and relationship with John all the method through. Like any amazing story should, this one left me wanting more. I wish to check in with these kids, not just John and Edie, but Anders and Hang and their mates as well, in ten years and see that they're still together, closer than ever.
Kylie Scott has blown me away on another level with this attractive story. She's a versatile, honest, true storyteller. I fell in love with Edie and John, I enjoyed seeing their relationship evolve as they worked through it all what happened that night both individually and together. The elements of young adult were so believable, from the school meanie, to the real BFF that helps you obtain through high school, and of course first love. Oh and how much do I love that Edie has some curves like me! Such a bonus!
I really liked the relationship between Edie & John. They have this amazing connection based on what they went thru together. No-one else can understand exactly what it was like and they are able to help one another and a true friendship develops. The solid connection they have and their powerful friendship makes the eventual romantic relationship both stronger and sweeter. Another thing that was done really well was the impact the keep up had on their lives, how it changed each of them and the ongoing struggles they had dealing with the aftermath and PTSD. The secondary characters were amazing and the relationships felt true and believeable – like what happens with Edie and her former BFF, how that impacts her ability to trust, why she trusts John, Edie’s mother’s reaction
I can't say enough amazing things about this YA novel. Kylie Scott is and will always be at the top of my read list. Books like Trust cause her releases to immediately skip to the top of the TBR e difference between Ms Scott and other YA authors is the superb writing and the quality storytelling. She knows how to pull the reader in and hold them obsessed until she's through with them!This story has everything an older YA novel should have: Angst, love, parental yammering, thrills, friendship, and above all learning to can't go wrong with a Kylie Scott book, so obtain yours now!
I've been a fan of Kylie Scott's work for years, and she's managed to "wow" me again. Consistently engaging characters and a compelling story.I loved John's subtle evolution, and with Kylie's signature economy of words, we see John's struggles and vulnerability. He is a young man who has been dealt a crap hand of cards in the poker android game of life, but he endures through. He becomes Edie's anchor, all the while Edie isn't realizing that she's become his too.And Edie... oh girl! She's insecure and introverted, but I loved her quirky strength. We see Edie survive the horrifying, and then come out the other side no longer consenting to let others create her feel inferior. As John and Edie obtain to know each other, and slowly reveal their authentic selves, we see a loving couple emerge. This book couldn't have been better! And now, I wait impatiently for Kylie's next release...
Wow, John and Edie's story is just wow... I'm sorry I'm just in awe of this book. It was Everything and more...John and Edie experience an horrible traumatic tragedy. They're completely messed up from it and rightfully so. Together, they're able to support each other. No one can understand what they're going through but ere's so much in this story that you just have to click and read it for is was a bit various from Kylie's other books and I loved it. There was tragedy, loss, trust, friendship, love and so much more. I laughed out loud, I was teary eyed, I was on a emotional rollercoaster. I swear this book was intense and addictive and so very well written. I LOVED IT!! Read it, I promise you won't be disappointed. Btw, check out the audible ver as well. Andi Arndt is Awesome as always!
This book was so amazing that I [email protected]#$%! wasn't a standalone. There was alot of humor for me, and not too a lot of intense dramatic scenes that drag on, which I was hoping for with this book. It was nice to see the slow transition from mates to lovers with this book as well. I seriously want I could read another installment about hang and Anders. I seriously recommend for anyone looking to obtain out of their funk in finding a amazing book like I was. I finished this book in less than 24hrs and loved every only complaint would probably be the intimate scenes lacking in detail, but they were still tasteful nonetheless.
The opening stage of this book will grab you and you won't be able to stop until you reach the end. The friendship that grows between Edie and John after the incident in the Drop Stop is beautiful. Edie and John are the ultimate unlikely couple. She is the plus size amazing girl and he is the dealing poor boy. The cirtances that them into each others life were life changing and will leave you shaken. Scott deals with a lot of problems in this book and did a attractive job. Body image, bullies, , , and rock and roll (awesome soundtrack)!
Um........WOW!The best part, the characters actually were affected by the trauma of what brought them together. They both actually evolved and learned from their mistakes! It was messy and true and they kept trying when things were hard.I liked it John had to work for it and he stuck with it. It was also neat to see that Edie was able to see the goodness in John even before he did.I liked it that they found a means to communicate and work through obstacles.Wonderful. Hold writingA long time fan and now more so.
I loved this book. I [email protected]#$%! had a longer epilogue. I'd like to know what happens in the future with them. It was very well written. It was very detailed, I could see the characters and locations in my mind. I couldn't place this one down. Edie and John's friendship started in a tragedy taking put and the same goes at the end of the book I was left wanting so much more although it wasn't a cliffhanger I kind of felt the ending required more. I do realize it was a n/a and all but I need more. I highly recommend this book.
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