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JamieI was raised knowing the difference between lust and love.
I was warned to never fall for someone who simply set my body ablaze.
As the daughter of a southern preacher, I held on to my virtue … sort of.
A man always knew his place with me, but only one would someday hold my heart.
I was raised to defend myself against emotional attachment.
I was warned, at a young age, that all women would eventually leave me.
As the son of a single father, a farmer, a ladies man, I was taught to never promise a girl anything but a good time.
What happens when two souls connect, but their worlds collide?
Is it the wrong person or the wrong time?
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** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. **
I am really conflicted about this book. It started greatly and then it started running in all directions, so much drama and subplots that almost let me drop this book. But still, I kept reading because I appreciated the first part, when I could feel this connection between these two.
I understood they had trust issues and also having different backgrounds but it was so cliché at times. Mitch was the popular jock who had it all, meeting the new girl, Jamie who would turn his world upside down. I adored how they met and how natural their connection was. I liked their banter, they had an undeniable chemistry but the communication gap could turn things in a ugly way and that was unfortunate.
Somehow in the way, it got strained, like they were thriving on making the other one suffer and also to be toxic and destructive. Yet, they were great together and those beautiful moments that made me swoon and smiling weren’t enough. I wanted so much more.
However, it explored all the firsts that made a difference together and I appreciated that. I wished it was more exploited and less drama-ish. I felt like when they had something good happening, it was almost followed by something else that would threaten it.
The end was great and finished off on a more positive note, showing how amazing they were together.