5 OUT OF 5
I received an ARC in return for an honest review
This book amazing, it was full of so much emotion. In this story we meet Maddie who has been moving around most of her life thanks to her mum, but finally settling in California, Maddie starts a new school where she meets Blaine, Blaine has a lot of his own issue’s, but after meeting Maddie and trying to deny feeling’s that are clearly there, he and Maddie finally decide to at on them, but what happens when someone try’s to take your happiness away? Read this book to find out what happens to Maddie and Blaine.
You should definitely read this book if you love a brilliant romance and a HEA.
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Seventeen-year-old Maddie Davis has spent her whole life on the move. With an unstable mother who has a knack for making bad decisions, she’s never stayed in one place long enough to remember its postcode. But this time is different… This time, she has been dragged half way across the world. Arriving in California and being forced to go back to school feels like stepping back in time. She wants to go home…
Until she meets Blaine Elwood – the stepson of an old family friend.
Blaine appears to have it all. To the outside world, quarterback Blaine is rich, confident and has the ‘arrogant bad boy’ image down to a tee. But nobody knows what goes on behind closed doors. Nobody ever can. He has vowed never to let anyone get too close – let anyone discover how weak he is. So when new girl Maddie starts tugging at strings he didn’t know existed in his heart, his only option is to push her away…
Until he realizes how much he needs her.
Together, after being forced into adulthood from an early age, they begin to learn what it feels like to be young – to smile, to laugh… to love. So when shattered secrets and splintered lies start unraveling around them, will the trust they’ve worked so hard to build be irreparably destroyed? Or will they realize they are two pieces of the same broken puzzle?
(Not suitable for under 18’s due to scenes of abuse, sexual content and adult language)