So I feel I’ve been trying to write this book review for over a week now but just couldn’t get around to it. By no means is that a reflection on the book. I actually loved this book which isn’t something I say about a lot of books lately.
I really related to Quinn. I can’t remember the last time I related to a character from a novel I was reading. It was nice to have a heroine as flawed as we all are. No one is perfect in real life no matter what it looks like on the outside. I think that is usually my problem with “chick lit” the main character is always perfect.
I think I dream about men like Sage but end up falling for men like Phelps. This book made me rethink how I look at the men in my life. Gotta keep telling myself I deserve a Sage.
One of my favorite quotes from the book is “And I couldn’t help but wonder whether we marry to move forward, or to go back. To heal wounds? To Start over?”
For Quinn I think she would say to move forward and start over. Become a better person.
This book posed some great questions for me. I highly recommend reading Aidan’s first novel. I don’t think you will be disappointed.