Boys Like You

Boys Like You

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IF If I hadn't fallen asleep. If I hadn't gotten behind the wheel. If I hadn't made a mistake. For Monroe Blackwell, one small mistake has torn her family apart--leaving her empty and broken. There's a hole in her heart that nothing can fill. That no one can fill. And a summer in Louisiana with her grandma isn't going to change that... Nathan Everets knows heartache firsthand when a car accident leaves his best friend in a coma. And it's all his fault. He should be the one lying in the hospital. The one who will never play guitar again. He doesn't deserve forgiveness, and a court-appointed job at the Blackwell B&B isn't going to change that... There's No Going Back Captivating and hopeful, this achingly poignant novel brings together two lost souls struggling with grief and guilt--looking for acceptance, so they can find more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 304 pages
  • 144.78 x 210.82 x 30.48mm | 408.23g
  • Sourcebooks, Inc
  • Naperville, United States
  • English
  • 1402291477
  • 9781402291470
  • 930,578

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""The tension between remorse and a desire for closure successfully propels the narrative... the intensity of the couple's sexual relationship and the dramatic experiences they have faced will attract teens."" - Booklistshow more

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(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and Netgalley.) Monroe and Nathan are both hiding secrets, deadly secrets. Can they help each other to work their way through their problems over the summer? And maybe find love on the way? This was an okay story, but it took a while to get good. I liked Monroe and Nathan, although it took me a while. I didnâ??t really like either of them to start with, but when they started baring their souls I finally started to like them. The storyline was okay, but again, it took a while to get going. I found the first half of the book pretty boring, and even the mystery over who Malcom was and what happened to him couldnâ??t keep me interested. When Monroe confessed all though, I finally understood what she was going through, and began to like her. The romance also took a while to find its feet, but once we got there I did like it. The ending was good, and I was glad that we got a happy ending. It was just a shame that this book took so long to get interesting! Overall; okay story, but took a long while to get interesting, 7 out of 10show more
by Sarah Elizabeth
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