by Jessica Roberts
Kindle Edition - 289 Pages
Published Feb 17, 2012 by S/P
E-book copy received as part of a blog tour in exchange for an honest review
Bright, spunky Heather Robbins has escaped her small hometown and is anxiously beginning her freshman year of college. Rising above her rocky childhood, she’s found a place where good things are finally starting to happen: her own private apartment, refreshing college classes, and an intense attachment to a mysterious and rugged classmate, Nick Richards.
But when her dreamy college life turns out to be nothing more than a wonderful dream while resting in a coma, questions threaten.
Now, Heather must press forward to unlock the real past, and find the answers buried deep in her mind. What she unlocks instead is a roller coaster ride through flashbacks, embellished memories, and a whirlwind romance.
And when it’s all over and she comes face to face with the truth, will she lose everything she’s fallen in love with?
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I'm really glad I finished this read but pushing myself to get through those first several chapters put a damper on my review... My review isn't "bad" but it's one where I'm jumping up & down saying "you have to read this book now!!!" either.
My Overall Rating: 3.5 Stars
Cover Rating: 4 Stars
Main Characters: 3 Stars <- Heather bored me alittle but I LOVE Nick "The Hat" Richards.
Plot: 4 Stars
Climax: 3 Stars
Ending: 3 Stars <-- This was definitely not the ending I was expecting BUT I will say it makes me want book two NOW - maybe that was the author's idea... hmm...
Okay - I'm a sucker for playlists that the author uses to accompany their writing!
Let That Be Enough by Switchfoot (Creed . . .)
Whole Wide World by Mindy Gledhill (Heather leaving home for college)
On My Mind by Kalai (The song Nick sings and plays on guitar in class)
Fallin for You by Colbie Caillat (Heather’s perfect summer semester)
True by Ryan Cabrera (Heather and Nick’s growing relationship)
I’m Yours by Jason Mraz (The California trip - not spot on, but the lighthearted sincerity of the song evokes similar emotions. And besides, I love Jason Mraz.)
Closer by Joshua Radin (The night of the phone call, moments before the accident)September by Daughtry (Waking from the coma)
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