Savanna Tate has loved the same guy since she was 14yrs old. Now she and Tyler are in their second year of college. While Savanna is concentrating on maintaining her high grade point average and academic scholarship, Tyler is busy partying with his frat brothers and screwing around on his girlfriend behind her back.
Savanna decides they need a break, just so she can focus and maybe change his mind about his priorities. One night at a party Savanna catches Ty in the act and after a heated argument, she leaves. In fear of losing her forever, Tyler steals a car and proceeds to follow her even after he had too much to drink. He loses control of the vehicle and from the injuries of the accident he goes into a coma.
Everyone blames Savanna for Ty's accident. She loses her friends. His family disowns her. She stops being around people and spends most of her time at the hospital waiting for Ty to wake up so that they can start over and have the future she always wanted.
Then his cousin Colt comes back to town to help with the Mitchell family's farm.
The chemistry between them is electric, but is Savanna willing to let go of Ty to explore her feelings for Colt?
I get it these characters are in college so there is going to be a level of immaturity. But I guess I underestimated how immature this author wanted to make her characters.
I made it to chapter 25 and I just couldn’t go on, too much unnecessary dramalama, too much negative stuff happing to one character.
I just couldn’t go on.
The narration was really good, I held out as long as I did because of them.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
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If you have a character with a Southern accent, please just get a Southerner to narrate. I like John Lane as a narrator but him trying to emulate a Southern accent just sounded ridiculous and almost made me just give up on the book.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I felt like this book was a big waste. The lead character was so weak. You let your boy friend, his family and his friends treat you like crap and you want to kill yourself. Too weak for me. I just wanted to slap her several times. There was way too much crying and self pittying for my taste. I struggled through the entire story hoping the story would get better, no it doesn't. The readers weren't so bad but it is still not worth the credit.
What could Jennifer Foor have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Make the characters grow up.
I'm looking forward to getting into the book series! I loved this story! Narration made it feel so real! On to book 2!
I loved this book when I read it and I'm so pleased it is now on audible.