Friday, November 30, 2012

Feature & Follow Friday #15

Feature and Follow is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee's View and Alison Can Read. 

Today's question is:

Q: Activity! Who is your to-die-for book crush? What do you think they look like? Add an image to make us all happy.

My answer:
Both Janhvi and I have plenty of book crushes! 
We almost end up falling in love with every book character. 

Some all-time-favourites are Caster Chronicles' Ethan Lawson Wate, the Fuentes brothers from the Perfect Chemistry series, all the irresistible Lords from Lords Of The Underworld and many, many more. 

After recently reading Jamie McGuire's Beautiful Disaster (review will be up soon!), I am truly, madly and deeply in love with... 


The closest I could find to the Travis from my imagination! 
Ah... Travis is really out of this world and totally mind-blowing! 

Who is your crush? I am dying to know and see! 
Follow us and we'll follow you back! 
Happy Friday and happy reading! 


Winner + Surprise: India Was One Giveaway

Hello everyone! 
It's time to announce the winner of the Smashwords Coupon Code giveaway for India Was One by An Indian that collided with The Readdicts 250 GFC followers celebration! 

The winner of the giveaway is... Ao @ Aobibliosphere and Aobiblioclassique
(Do make sure you stop by Ao's superb blogs!) 

Many congratulations to you, Ao! :) 

There was also a surprise in store for ALL the participants! 
This surprise was purely the author's kind gesture and genius idea. 
All the participants have won the Smashwords Coupon Code for the book! 

So congratulations to Anish, Mohit, Manmita, Sanchit, Nikhil, Priya, Pragya and Vinitha! 

I have emailed you all.
All I ask of you lovely winners, is to consider leaving a review for the book.  

Thank you, guys, for participating in the giveaway! 

The "Christmas Books" Hop Giveaway which runs from 1st- 7th December 2012 is coming up, so make sure you all stop by for that! :) 

Happy reading! 


Thursday, November 29, 2012

Review- The Marriage Bargain by Jennifer Probst


A marriage in name only...

To save her family home, impulsive bookstore owner, Alexa Maria McKenzie, casts a love spell. But she never planned on conjuring up her best friend's older brother—the powerful man who once shattered her heart.

Billionaire Nicholas Ryan doesn’t believe in marriage, but in order to inherit his father’s corporation, he needs a wife and needs one fast. When he discovers his sister’s childhood friend is in dire financial straits, he offers Alexa a bold proposition.

A marriage in name only with certain rules: avoid entanglement. Keep things all business. Do not fall in love. The arrangement is only for a year so the rules shouldn’t be that hard to follow, right?

Except fate has a way of upsetting the best-laid plans…


Before starting The Marriage Bargain I had read a ton of reviews for it, all of which were good, praising Jennifer Probst's writing style. Which is why I decided to give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised having discovered an amazing author who writes beautiful romance.

This is the story of Alexa, who is a bookstore owner. She requires money to save her parents home and she needs it fast. Here comes in Nick, he is Alexa's best friend's older brother who'd once shattered her heart. Nick needs a wife in order to inherit his father's corporation and he decides to proposition Alexa with an arrangement which will benefit them both.

Alexa was a sweet character. She was impulsive and kind and made no excuses for her behavior. She was the exact opposite of Nick who was controlled and guarded in every way. But Alexa's fiery passion makes him lose his mind every single time. Nick doesn't believe in the constitution of marriage or love and you could see why.

The whole Marriage of Convenience plot was not very new but the way Jennifer Probst executed the story was fun and refreshing. I thoroughly enjoyed myself while reading Nick and Alexa's witty banter. Nick's cluelessness when he was falling in love with Alexa was fun. Each scene has sparks flying off the pages. The romance was superbly done and I enjoyed getting to know the whole cast of characters.

If you enjoy reading romance The Marriage Bargain is definitely the book for you. With brilliant dialogue, steamy scenes and heart melting romance it delivers everything you could want in a contemporary romance. This was a light, quick and cute read.

 X 4

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Review- Seven Moments In Time by Todd R. Tystad

Amazon Summary:

This collection of seven short stories examines human relationships and the complicated journey from childhood to adulthood. From a moment in a sandbox to a moment in a synagogue to a moment spent outside a Christmas party, these are the moments that reveal who we are and how we're weathering the journey.


Seven Moments in Time by Todd R. Tystad is a wonderful read. 
A book comprising of seven short stories, it is the kind of book that will be read in one sitting. I absolutely enjoyed every page of it. 
I would recommend this one to all because- 1) It does not take up much time and I'm sure everyone can try to spare at least half an hour to read. That's the amount of time it will take to read this one! And 2) The stories are really well written and worth reading. 
I got my copy for free on Amazon
There is no such thing as a favorite story, though I did really like the first one, A Routine Interrupted and the third one, A Boy Becomes A Man a bit more than the rest. 
Overall, a wonderful and short read and definitely worth reading. 


X 4

Waiting on Wednesday #15

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

The Rules for Disappearing by Ashley Elston
May 14 2013

Goodreads Summary-

She’s been six different people in six different places: Madeline in Ohio, Isabelle in Missouri, Olivia in Kentucky . . . But now that she’s been transplanted to rural Louisiana, she has decided that this fake identity will be her last.

Witness Protection has taken nearly everything from her. But for now, they’ve given her a new name, Megan Rose Jones, and a horrible hair color. For the past eight months, Meg has begged her father to answer one question: What on earth did he do – or see – that landed them in this god-awful mess? Meg has just about had it with all the Suits’ rules — and her dad’s silence. If he won’t help, it’s time she got some answers for herself.

But Meg isn’t counting on Ethan Landry, an adorable Louisiana farm boy who’s too smart for his own good. He knows Meg is hiding something big. And it just might get both of them killed. As they embark on a perilous journey to free her family once and for all, Meg discovers that there’s only one rule that really matters — survival.

This one sounds so cool with the witness protection thing. I definitely want to know more.
What are you waiting on?


Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Teaser Tuesday #15

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Miz B of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along. Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

Here's my teaser: 
The perfect untouched dream would be replaced with an uncontrollable reality that would transform Paul's life in all kinds of messy but maybe beautiful ways. 
-Angel by Laura Lee

Goodreads Summary:

Since the loss of his lively, charming wife to cancer six years ago, minister Paul Tobit has been operating on autopilot, performing his religious duties by rote. Everything changes the day he enters the church lobby and encounters a radiant, luminous being lit from behind, breathtakingly beautiful and glowing with life. An angel. For a moment Paul is so moved by his vision that he is tempted to fall on his knees and pray.

Even after he regains his focus and realizes he simply met a flesh-and-blood young man, Paul cannot shake his sense of awe and wonder. He feels an instant and overwhelming attraction for the young man, which puzzles him even as it fills his thoughts and fires his feelings. Paul has no doubt that God has spoken to him through this vision, and Paul must determine what God is calling him to do.

Thus begins a journey that will inspire Paul’s ministry but put him at odds with his church as he is forced to examine his deeply held beliefs and assumptions about himself, his community, and the nature of love.

What teaser are you sharing today? 
Happy reading! 


Monday, November 26, 2012

Review- Losing It by Cora Carmack

Goodreads Summary:


Bliss Edwards is about to graduate from college and still has hers. Sick of being the only virgin among her friends, she decides the best way to deal with the problem is to lose it as quickly and simply as possible-- a one-night stand. But her plan turns out to be anything but simple when she freaks out and leaves a gorgeous guy alone and naked in her bed with an excuse that no one with half-a-brain would ever believe. And as if if that weren't embarrassing enough, when she arrives for her first class of her last college semester, she recognizes her new theatre professor. She'd left him naked in her bed about 8 hours earlier.


Oh my God. I had absolutely no idea that I'd like this book as much as I did. Since a few weeks, I'd been seeing these great reviews of Losing It and I thought it was time I read it too and I am so glad I did. This has been one of the most entertaining books that I've read so far in this year which took me back to and reminded me of Meg Cabot's Queen Of Babble and Heather Wells (Size Doesn't Matter) series. Losing It was an absolutely fabulous read. 
The story is about Bliss Edwards, a 20 year old acting and stage management student who is keen on losing her virginity. Bliss has no idea what's in store for her when she runs away from having sex with a guy she met at the bar. Turns out that this guy, the very hot and stunning Garrick Taylor, is Bliss' new professor! 
Losing It is such a fun read. I found myself smiling throughout. I loved the fact that the book wasn't all just about sex, sex and sex. It was fun to read about Bliss' college friends, be it her best girl friend Kelsey or her best guy friend Cade. So this is where there arises a tiny complication. Apparently Bliss' best guy friend has always looked at her as more than just a friend. There is no need for love triangle haters to worry though, because Bliss is absolutely sure about her choice. 
Initially, I found Bliss to be a little irritating, but as I got to see more into her mind, it became impossible to dislike her. There were times when I thought she could have done something to make a situation better. Nonetheless, she was a very kind person. I loved loved loved Garrick. He was simply superb. Be it his looks, personality, teaching skills, acting skills, love-making skills or even better, to top it all of, British accent! He was perfect. I also really loved Cade since I'm a huge fan of the whole 'best friends turning into lovers' notion. He was a sweet, smart and a really nice guy. 
Losing It revolves around a play that Bliss' class has to perform based on Greek mythology and Bliss and Garrick themselves bond over Shakespeare. Isn't it just super cute when there is a literary aspect to contemporary reads? The whole concept was simply great.  
Losing It is an entertaining and lovely read. The love-making scenes were hot,the party scenes cool and the general college scenes were fun. Author Cora Carmack has written a fabulous contemporary romance that will make you want to turn the pages speedily. It is a fun, light-hearted read that is bound to leave you smiling and wanting more at the end. 


X 4

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Giveaway (INT): India Was One by An Indian

Welcome to another giveaway! 
This giveaway falls perfectly in time with us (The Readdicts) having gained 250 GFC followers
Thank you so much, all of you! You are all super duper cool. :D  

I read the book, India Was One that was generously given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

Read Sarika's review of India Was One by An Indian

   India Was One by An Indian is a book that will remain close to the heart of all Indians and will be an absolutely enlightening read for others as well. 


…Suddenly, he saw something shiny at the bottom of the abyss. He squinted his eyes to see what it was. He ran back to his binoculars and turned them to see what it was. Sharp barbed wires that separated the two mountains came into focus. He had come as far as he could in his country. But she was standing in another country.

He was in South India and she was in North India…

Have you ever imagined India being divided into two countries? What happens to the millions of Indians who are from South India but are now residing in North India? Kaahi & Jai were two such people who got trapped in this situation. Everything was going smoothly for them and suddenly, their world turned upside down.

How will they get together? Will India become one again?

Take an exciting journey with them from their college days in Mumbai to their life in the US and back to India when they find out that India is divided.


I have a Smashwords Coupon Code for India Was One (which I ended up winning). I don't want to it see going to waste (since I already have a copy of the book and the Coupon is of no use to me now), so I'm willing to give it away to you. 

The code expires on 5th Dec, which is why the giveaway lasts only for a few days! So make sure you enter soon. 

Smashwords is easy to use. You just have to redeem the coupon code and download the book in the e-format of your choice.  

  I, however, have a little request to make! Please please please consider leaving a review for the book.                                                                                  

Also, NOTE that there is a special surprise (purely the author's kind and genius gesture) in store for ALL those who enter the giveaway! 

Exciting, right? So come along and participate! 

Giveaway rules are simple: 
  • Enter by filling out the Rafflecopter form for the giveaway. 
  • Winners will be announced here on the blog and also emailed, after which they will have 48 hours to respond  or else we'll be compelled to choose another winner. 

Also, the giveaway is INTERNATIONAL. 

Review- The Stopover by Deepa Pinto and Ram Prakash

Goodreads Summary:

4 stories, in 4 locations, brought alive with over 100 photos.

The Stopover is a book for those who believe that every new place we visit and every culture we experience enriches our lives and that at every stopover in the journey of life is an exciting new treasure trove. It has stories of 4 such stopovers, a combination of fiction & fact brought alive through photographs.

Read Special Mention- The Stopover by Deepa Pinto and Ram Prakash for additional information on The Stopover. 


I was surprised to receive a message from co-author of TheStopover, Deepa Pinto asking for my opinion on the idea of a photo-fiction book, the first of its kind. When I checked out The Stopover website, I was completely intrigued and mesmerized by the whole concept. 
The Stopover, the brainchild of Deepa Pinto and Ram Prakash, is a photo-fiction book, consisting of four elegant and charming stories titled The Tibetan Wheel Of Wisdom, A Rocking Horse Can Gallop Too, The Sun Shines Forever and I Hear Them Calling, along with some really brilliant photos of the Indian cities where the stories are set. When it comes to India, I think she is best described in pictures and a few words, which is exactly what The Stopover is about. It’s all about India in her shining glory!
The Tibetan Wheel Of Wisdom is a story that took me by surprise. Set in Leh, a peaceful and calming destination, I actually felt peaceful while reading this rather enchanting experience of Varun who embarks on a visit to Leh to get away from his hectic schedule and depressing heartbreak. The pictures here are lovely, just like Leh.
‎A Rocking Horse Can Gallop Too is a simple yet extraordinary story about family and love. Vishwa and Kailash, two brothers who reunite after years and realise that their lives aren’t all that different, will be remembered for a long time. The pictures in the second story are colourful, vibrant and really mesmerising!
Before The Sun Shines Forever, the Todas from Ooty were just a part of my Geography text book in school. I now feel enlightened to know so much about them, they're a wonderful tribe from whom we have a lot to learn! This is the story of brothers, Deva and Vishwa who, in spite of their contrasting personalities, are grounded and respectful towards their people. The pictures here take you through a visual Ooty journey.
‎I Hear Them Calling is a lovely story about how the youth can after all make a difference! I loved reading about Vikram and Deepika, fresh graduates who are ready to step into the real world and start living life by their own terms. The sea life pictures here were mind blowing.
The Stopover is an altogether new and refreshing experience by way of which one journeys into a land full of surprises and grandeur.  The Stopover has left me speechless. It truly is a remarkable piece of art as I like to call it. The attention here is on the photos, which are enchanting and capture beauty in its natural, raw and fresh form. Apart from the photos, the writing in itself is absolutely stunning. Each story has a hidden message to convey while at the same time it gives a glimpse into the vast cultural euphoria that India is. Deepa Pinto and Ram Prakash deserve a huge round of applause for introducing the captivating concept of photo-fiction in writing and making it a reality.  

X 4

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Review- Charade by Nyrae Dawn


Nineteen-year-old Cheyenne tries to portray the perfect life to mask the memories of her past. Walking in on her boyfriend with another woman her freshman year in college threatens that picture of perfection. 

Twenty-one-year-old Colt never wanted college and never expected to amount to anything, but when his mom's dying wish is for him to get his degree, he has no choice but to pretend it's what he wants too. 

Cheyenne needs a fake boyfriend to get back at her ex and Colt needs cash to take care of his mom, so they strike a deal that helps them both. But what if Cheyenne’s past isn’t what she thought? Soon they’re trading one charade for another—losing themselves in each other to forget about their pain. The more they play their game, the more it becomes the only thing they have that feels real.

Both Cheyenne and Colt know life is never easy, but neither of them expect the tragedy that threatens to end their charade and rip them apart forever.


I had been eagerly awaiting the release of Charade since a long time. I had been following, cough *stalking* cough, Nyrae's updates on her progress of Charade. I was super excited to know more about Colt and Cheyenne and I was certainly not disappointed.

The book starts off with Cheyenne catching her boyfriend Gregory cheating on her. She is devastated and all the insecurities she carries within herself come crashing down on her. Cheyenne's past was well described. She tries to put on a perfect face for everyone to hide her pain and the abandonment she has been through. But Colt always manages to see right through her.

Colt pretends to be her fake boyfriend to get back at her ex. Colt had his own set of problems. His mother has cancer and he needs all the cash he can get. So they strike a deal to play the game of charades. Colt was a typical guy, cocky and confident in his own skin. He doesn't want to get pulled in by Cheyenne but she's the only one who can help him forget his pain.

Nyrae writes some of the best book boys and Colt is definitely one of my favorites. Colt and Cheyenne had chemistry and you could see how they needed each other though they would never admit it till the end. This book was New Adult so there were was no holding back on the cursing or the steamy scenes. I also loved Bev, Cheyenne's roommate Andy and Adrian.

Nyrae announced on her blog that there will be a second book starring Adrian in The Games Series called Facade. I am super excited for it. Charade was a much darker and depressing book as compared to her other books like What a Boy Wants and What a Boy Needs. It is not exactly a light fluffy read. This book is heart wrenching and you can feel the characters' pain and desperation but it is brilliant nonetheless. I definitely recommend reading Charade.

  X 4

Friday, November 23, 2012

Feature & Follow Friday #14

Feature and Follow is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee's View and Alison Can Read. 

Today's question is:

Q: Are you thankful for a fellow blogger? Tell us about him or her.

My answer:
Janhvi and I have been blogging since August 2012. We're still getting to know our fellow bloggers. We're thankful for each and every one of you since we learn something here and there from everyone. 

We especially really appreciate those of our fellow bloggers like Tanja @  Ja čitam, a ti?, Nina @ J'adore Happy Endings, Aman @ Enticed by BooksAo @ Aobibliosphere whose regular comments on our posts bring a smile to our faces and give us that little bit of encouragement to keep blogging. 
Thank you, guys! 

But more importantly, a big THANK YOU TO YOU ALL! You are all super cool and you all rock. ♥

I cannot wait to read all your answers! 
Follow us and we'll follow you back. 
Happy Friday, Happy reading and Happy Thanksgiving! 


Thursday, November 22, 2012

Review- Spectral by Shannon Duffy

Goodreads Summary:

Convinced she’s a part of the witness protection program, sixteen-year-old Jewel Rose is shuffled around the globe with her family like a pack of traveling gypsies. After arriving at lucky home twenty-seven, she stumbles upon a mysterious boy with magical powers claiming to be her guardian... and warning of imminent danger. Despite the obvious sparks between them, Jewel discovers a relationship is forbidden, and the more she learns about dark, brooding Roman, she begins to question who she can even believe—the family who raised her, or the supposed sworn protector who claims they’ve been lying to her all along. 

As she struggles to uncover who her family has really been running from, she is forced to hide her birthmark that reveals who she is. With new realities surfacing, unexplained powers appearing, and two tempting boys vying for her heart, Jewel battles to learn who she can trust in an ever growing sea of lies, hoping she’ll make it through her seventeenth birthday alive.


I had been seeing Spectral around a lot when it came out. The moment I saw the words witches and magic, I knew this was one book that I had to read no matter what. Add to that a gorgeous cover and an intriguing summary. I won the book in the Indie Author giveaway hop. Unfortunately, I just didn't get the chance to read it even when I had the copy. Then came the Spectral Read-a-thon hosted by Nicole @ Tribute Books whom I'd like to thank and it was so much fun chatting with her! I knew this was my opportunity to read a book I'd had on my TBR pile since ages. The best part for me while reading Spectral as part of the Read-a-thon was being able to interact with author Shannon Duffy and get these really interesting inside snippets into what went into writing Spectral. It has been a really lovely journey. I mean, just imagine how cool it is, as an avid reader, to be able to read a book, talk with the author, ask them questions and get some really awesome extra info on it? It is a blast and I know that I am going to miss the Read-a-thon and chatting and discussing the book endlessly with all the new people I met. 
Now, onto Spectral. It was simply amazing! The book took me back to my Twilight days but maybe that's only because the Read-a-thon posts had some pictures from Twilight  and even though it did seem a bit predictable at times, what I loved most was the fact that it had been a long time since I read something so magical and stupefying, and so I enjoyed every page. And trust me, it was not all that predictable after all. It was an engrossing read that took all I had to not ditch the schedule of the Read-a-thon and finish it in a few sittings! 
Spectral is the story of Jewel, whose family keeps shifting from one part of the world to another which makes her believe she is part of the Witness Protection Program. She doesn't question it and her parents literally make and break her by deciding what she should wear, how she should live, what she should do, what she shouldn't do and all that. Jewel doesn't question anything and sincerely goes with the flow. In her current situation, her family has decided her fake name will be True. Jewel has no idea what her family has in mind for her or even who they actually are. She has no idea that turning seventeen is going to be one huge step and a total hurdle in her life.  
As a protagonist, I really admired Jewel. She was strong, a little naive but absolutely smart. Though a little confused about why her life is the way it is (which is totally understandable), she is determined and knows what she wants. There are two guys in the story and the best part about Jewel was that she doesn't kiss one because she knows it is the other who she likes. Confusing, I know, but really rare and beautiful and I don't know how to elaborate that without giving away any spoilers. 
The two guys, Roman and Chase were both interestingly opposite. Roman has dark hair and is the intense, mysterious, sexy guy, while Chase has blond hair and is simple, kind, helpful and down-to-earth. It was captivating reading about them. I have to admit that I have a soft corner for Chase, but even then, Roman was his own self and a very likable character. 
Jewel's little brother Jayden was adorable and an absolute joy to have around. I loved the relationship between the two of them. They were playful and thoughtful with each other. Jewel also makes a new friend, Taylor in her recent town and Taylor was really awesome. The two friends do what any normal friends do and their banter was fun to read and added a light-hearted touch to the book. 
There are plenty side characters in Spectral who come from various witch covens of the world. Even though it was a little confusing for me  to remember them all, they have all been well portrayed and elucidated by author Shannon Duffy. They each play an important role in either helping or destroying Jewel.  
Spectral has a very absorbing  plot that pulls you into it. It's like journeying with Jewel. There were times when I myself was confused about which guy I like better or what to make of a particular situation when  Shannon told me that it's bound to happen because I am with Jewel on this quest of finding who she really is. Spectral is a bewitching read and I know I've said it before but I'll say it again. I loved read reading it. Who doesn't enjoy a gripping read about magic and witches? Author Shannon Duffy's writing is striking, easy to understand and fun to read. It was absolutely impressive and a spectacular read and I think it's high time I stop now, because I can go on and on and on praising Spectral and gushing about how cool it was to talk to talk to Shannon. Spectral is a different and riveting story with a new concept that's not only outstanding, but also really cool, magical and splendid. 


X 4

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Waiting On Wednesday #14

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Forever My Girl (The Beaumont Series #1) by Heidi McLaughin
Publication Date: December 27th 2012

Goodreads Summary:

I was never supposed to be a rock star. I had my life all planned out for me. Play football in college. Go to the NFL. Marry my high school sweetheart and live happily ever after. 

I broke both our hearts that day when I told her I was leaving. I was young. I made the right decision for me, but the wrong decision for us. I’ve poured my soul into my music, but I’ve never forgotten her. Her smell, her smile. 

And now I’m going back. 

After ten years. 

I hope I can explain that after all this time. 

I still want her to be my forever girl.

I love the cover. I love the summary. I love that December isn't far away! 

What are you waiting on?


Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Teaser Tuesday #14

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Miz B of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

                                                              Here's my teaser-
"It has been said that time heals all wounds. I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone."-Rose Kennedy
-Back To You by Priscilla Glenn

When Lauren Monroe first laid eyes on Michael Delaney back in high school, she had every reason to stay away from him; within minutes of their first encounter, his volatile actions confirmed his notorious reputation. But Lauren saw something in him that caused her to question his bad-boy persona, and against her better judgment, she took a chance. She had no way of knowing that the unlikely friendship they formed would become so important to her.

Or that it would end so painfully.

Eight years later, when Lauren begins her new job at Learn and Grow Day Care, Michael is the last person she expects to see. Refusing to revisit the hurt and confusion of their past, Lauren vows to keep her distance from him. But staying away from Michael proves to be more difficult than she thought, despite her lingering grief and her instincts for self-preservation.

As Lauren and Michael recall the friendship that changed them forever and the events that tore them apart, will they finally be able to heal? Or will the ghosts of Michael’s past prove to be too much to overcome?

                                                             You can find my review of Back To You here.
                                                                            What's you teaser tuesday?