Pages: 264 pages
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I'm in another reading slump, I'm afraid. Nothing is working for me. It's not any fault of the books I am reading. It's me. Does this happen this often to anyone else? This one was one of the few books that was not subject to my slow slumping reading. I read this one in a little over an hour and I really liked it a lot.
Nicole was a bit problematic for me. I was completely unable to identify with her. I have never been the type of woman that has to call my friends about guy problems. I usually just figure that stuff out on my own. So, I kind of had to think like High School Grace who did talk to her friends about her boy problems and, to tell you the truth, Nicole and her friends seemed much younger than the early 20's they were supposed to me. Josh, on the other hand, I loved to bits and pieces. He was such a strong hero. I made much more of a connection to him than I did Nicole.
I really liked this book quite a bit. The storyline was engaging and the characters lively. I also liked Josh and Nicole together even though I had to shake my head at Nicole at times. I just couldn't figure out how to make a connection to her because she just seemed so immature. I wanted to like her and, at times, I almost managed it but it never really connected for me. I did love Noelle's writing style. I would be thrilled to read more of her books.