4 you can’t fake these real feelings stars!!!
I’ve made a lot of dumb mistakes but none dumber than losing her.
Senior year. I should be partying and living it up with my friends before graduation, but one more mistake and I’m off the team.
Enter Chloe. She comes into my life at a low point, but she becomes the bright spot I reach for every day. She’s the kind of girl who makes a guy want to be a better man. And for a while, I even start to believe I’ve changed enough to deserve her.
I’ve got my eye on the future, and I’m letting my past stay where it belongs.
But the thing about the past… it always comes back to bite you when you least expect it.
2 people one main goal.. make it through senior year. I wasn’t sure how I would feel about Nathan, you didn’t really get to see him a lot until book three and even then, it was kind of a glimpse here or there. He’s a keeper as a friend or a family man. Once he is invested in you, he will back you up no matter the consequences. He was dealt a crappy hand and I wasn’t sure what he was completely into in book 3 but man when it all spills out in this book you just want to make it all go away. I wish he would’ve asked his friends for help sooner, or even the coach. I kind of hope we get to see more of his brother in future books because that dynamic was super sweet and adorable. The platonic friendship he has between himself and Gabby is really sweet and I’m here for it.
Chloe doesn’t think she deserves a second chance even though the events leading up to her being at Valley aren’t her fault. I love that she didn’t flaunt her wealth and she was amazingly down to earth, she always wanted to do things for other people. She worked hard for the little respect she got. She was definitely a good fit for Nathan and it shows. I wish we would’ve gotten more time with her BFF back home but that’s okay I see why we didn’t.
About the Author…
Rebecca Jenshak is a new adult romance author. A Midwest native transplanted to the desert, she likes being outdoors (drinking on patios) and singing (in the shower) when she isn’t writing books about hot guys and the girls who love them.