Teddy's back in Miami with her mind made up. Live like it's your last day. Love like it's your last day.
The moment those steel-blue eyes gazed back into hers, there was no question. Asher wasn't just the only one she wanted, but the only one she needed. This time around there would be no more room for regrets, but would they ever be more than friends that still...?
Note: This is the second edition of this title. It features bonus chapters that were not featured in its first edition. It is also part two of a new adult I/R Romance. Suggested for mature audiences due to its explicit sex and moderate drug use.
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FINDING THE STRENGTH TO TAKE THE LEAP
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I see a lot of growing and decision making in this sequel. Teddy had the courage to expose her illness only to Asher. Her fight against cancer has given her time to reflect and realize the depth of her feelings for him. It also gives her the strength to choose freedom in her lifestyle over financial support from her parents. Meanwhile, Asher has found that no one can fill Teddy's place in his heart. He continues his daily grind as supervisor in a grocery store, backing out to give her the space she needs to choose between him and Reggie. Teddy is hired at the grocery, and as Reggie also works in the store, the three grow a stronger, yet platonic relationship. Emotions finally break and everything flows out in the open.
Again, I wish this was part of one long book. I think book one was stronger in message and depth. This book follows the aftereffects of decisions made in book one. And, a cliffhanger.
Another TWO THUMBS UP.
- sheryl beauchemin
Real, touching, chemistry
I felt like the characters were everyday people. I felt their emotions and reactions were age appropriate
You could. There is a lot of back and forth with the should we tell Reggie or not or when, but it is enjoyable and the plot stays very true to the characters.
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