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Between searching for the right college and starting on the Varsity soccer team, Charlotte Hayes has enough going on to keep her head in the game. That is, until Emma Pearson, a new transfer from North Carolina, decides to enter the picture. Emma is quiet, moody, and beautiful: a dangerous combination that fascinates Charlotte beyond her comfort zone. Girls aren't suppose Between searching for the right college and starting on the Varsity soccer team, Charlotte Hayes has enough going on to keep her head in the game. That is, until Emma Pearson, a new transfer from North Carolina, decides to enter the picture. Emma is quiet, moody, and beautiful: a dangerous combination that fascinates Charlotte beyond her comfort zone. Girls aren't supposed to like girls. At least, that's what Charlotte has been told her whole life. But when strange new feelings begin to emerge, Charlotte has to decide what she's willing to risk to discover love -- and ultimately, herself.


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Between searching for the right college and starting on the Varsity soccer team, Charlotte Hayes has enough going on to keep her head in the game. That is, until Emma Pearson, a new transfer from North Carolina, decides to enter the picture. Emma is quiet, moody, and beautiful: a dangerous combination that fascinates Charlotte beyond her comfort zone. Girls aren't suppose Between searching for the right college and starting on the Varsity soccer team, Charlotte Hayes has enough going on to keep her head in the game. That is, until Emma Pearson, a new transfer from North Carolina, decides to enter the picture. Emma is quiet, moody, and beautiful: a dangerous combination that fascinates Charlotte beyond her comfort zone. Girls aren't supposed to like girls. At least, that's what Charlotte has been told her whole life. But when strange new feelings begin to emerge, Charlotte has to decide what she's willing to risk to discover love -- and ultimately, herself.

30 review for She's My Ride Home

  1. 5 out of 5

    Diane Wallace

    Great YA read! enjoyable,friendship,family drama,relationship angst,the wonderful storytelling of coming out while still in high school...a teenagers' love story that was well written Great YA read! enjoyable,friendship,family drama,relationship angst,the wonderful storytelling of coming out while still in high school...a teenagers' love story that was well written

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Girl sees girl...First girl gets some strange funny feelings towards second girl...First girl not sure this is completely 'right' to have such feelings but can't brush them aside. The first girl is called Charlotte and the second girl is called Emma. This novel is set in high school where the world is just truly opening up especially when feelings are concerned and what/how to deal with them. For some reason often reading lesbian fiction can be sorta a 'ho hum' experience cause it's usually about Girl sees girl...First girl gets some strange funny feelings towards second girl...First girl not sure this is completely 'right' to have such feelings but can't brush them aside. The first girl is called Charlotte and the second girl is called Emma. This novel is set in high school where the world is just truly opening up especially when feelings are concerned and what/how to deal with them. For some reason often reading lesbian fiction can be sorta a 'ho hum' experience cause it's usually about 'first time experiences' instead of having just two women fall for each other WITHOUT all that unknown element. However, I was in the mood for a little romance and a relatively quick read, this book had been sitting on my kindle for a while so during my pet/house sitting days I opened this up and had it finished in a day. Now for the story...It's nothing truly ground breaking but for a while the story was a great read, it felt exciting and the characters were interesting enough to keep reading about..HOWEVER, probably a little after midway through a break-up happens (there are more than just Emma and Char relationship fyi) and that's when the story probably could of ended sooner except it kept dragging out and this is when I started to lose interest. I thought Emma became more wooden and the story felt forced as in the author had a certain page count to make it too. The novel also makes reference towards another book..Which felt like a 'paid' ad and I realise how completely wrong that may be. Basically, this story is probably good if you're just in the starting phase of 'coming out' as it shows many people go through what you may experience. You could take away the fact the story is between two girls and see what happens for the most part can happen between a straight couple as well besides a few events. It's a good read but nothing earth shattering is a good way to sum up my feelings about the story.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Starsandsun18

    I think I've been reading a lot of YA with soccer player MC. Charlotte Hayes is one of the best player in her school. She's a good student. Her best friend Kenny is also cool. Her parents are divorced and she's living with her mom. I think her mom is kind of weird sometimes and something is off about her. Emma Pearson is the new girl. Her family just transferred from North Carolina after her mother died. Frankly I don't really like Emma. She's fickle and too scared always. And often times, blaming I think I've been reading a lot of YA with soccer player MC. Charlotte Hayes is one of the best player in her school. She's a good student. Her best friend Kenny is also cool. Her parents are divorced and she's living with her mom. I think her mom is kind of weird sometimes and something is off about her. Emma Pearson is the new girl. Her family just transferred from North Carolina after her mother died. Frankly I don't really like Emma. She's fickle and too scared always. And often times, blaming Charlie. Actually, I was hoping that at some point Charlie will have a relationship with Cory just to pissed off Emma. 3.5

  4. 5 out of 5

    ~ * K E L L I E * ~

    She My Ride Home is a well written story about young love and everything that it entails - the joy of winning a game and the sorrow of losing, the fluttering of the heart when you meet that special someone and the angst of wondering if they feel the same, the elation you feel the first time your hands accidentally touch and the betrayal of a friend when trust is lost, not to mention the heartache when things start to go pear shaped. A lovely afternoon read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Natsu

    A nice quick read. 4.25, I guess. An unexpected tug flutters inside Charlotte the moment she lays her eyes on Emma. Despite the a number of initial unpleasant interactions, the girls become fast friends. Charlotte makes some choices that go against what she feels, thus, ending up with more pain and problems than she should be having. "Shes a Dilemma" Emma is just that. She does this push-pull thing as a defense mechanism which annoyed me at at one point but she made up for it somehow. It's nice A nice quick read. 4.25, I guess. An unexpected tug flutters inside Charlotte the moment she lays her eyes on Emma. Despite the a number of initial unpleasant interactions, the girls become fast friends. Charlotte makes some choices that go against what she feels, thus, ending up with more pain and problems than she should be having. "Shes a Dilemma" Emma is just that. She does this push-pull thing as a defense mechanism which annoyed me at at one point but she made up for it somehow. It's nice how the author somehow wove a past event to Charlotte's mum's behaviour towards Emma. I liked the characters and how realistic I felt most of them were. Emma giving her the nickname "Charlie" was a significant part of the story. The last part, during their introduction to Mr. Logan, I felt that it was not simply an act of saying "Yes, that's my name" but "Yes, this is who I am."

  6. 4 out of 5

    shanae

    this book was super cute and the ending was adorable... watch me go cry over the fact i’ll never get any more info about emmacharlotte :( college novella perhaps ???

  7. 5 out of 5

    Bookseyer

    Hm, I'm not too sure about this one. I wouldn't say it was bad, but it was rather bland and dare I say it, forgettable. The plot wasn't really original and I felt like this kind of book has been written hundred times before, except without an LGBT MC. The story focuses on Charlotte, a star soccer player, who forms a crush on a new transfer student called Emma. Initially Emma acts cold and ignores her but soon enough they become amicable. However, Charlotte's best friend, Kyle, also likes Emma whi Hm, I'm not too sure about this one. I wouldn't say it was bad, but it was rather bland and dare I say it, forgettable. The plot wasn't really original and I felt like this kind of book has been written hundred times before, except without an LGBT MC. The story focuses on Charlotte, a star soccer player, who forms a crush on a new transfer student called Emma. Initially Emma acts cold and ignores her but soon enough they become amicable. However, Charlotte's best friend, Kyle, also likes Emma which leaves Charlotte feeling jealous and conflicted. Whilst this is all going on Charlotte not only struggles to accept her identity but also has home troubles - her dad left her and her mum five years ago and now wants to reconcile. Thoughts: - I didn't think the characters were fleshed out well enough. The characters were rather plain and generic and I found myself unable to relate at times. By the end of the book the only thing I really knew about Emma was her appearance. Although Charlotte often says things like "Oh God what have I done?" I found it difficult to connect with her emotionally and sympathise with her, I can't quite place my finger on why though. There were a few supporting characters which I liked but we didn't see much of them. - There were lots of conflicts and subplots going on but I didn't feel like they were particularly well resolved. One example: (view spoiler)[Initially Emma makes a big deal of the fact that her dad is super homophobic, and he even kicks her out of the house at some point, but after being told by a psychiatrist that there's nothing the psychiatrist can do to change his daughter he just accepts it with no fight or hesitation? I completely understand that some people will react negatively at first but end up coming around, but considering his earlier actions he doesn't seem like the type of person to change their mind that easily. (hide spoiler)] Another: (view spoiler)[Kyle and Charlotte don't really discuss Charlotte's hurtful actions? Emma chooses to date Kyle and then cheats on him with Charlotte which I'd argue must be pretty upsetting for Kyle. Yet all that happens is that he avoids her for a while and once Charlotte's dog gets into an accident he comes with her to the vet, hugs her and basically says whatever man, she (Emma) was happier with you anyway. (hide spoiler)] - I did like how there were varying reactions when Emma and Charlotte came out, it wasn't all rainbows and butterflies. Sadly there will always be people who act negatively and will never come to terms with it, the same way there will always be people who love you unconditionally. - The soccer element doesn't play a huge role in the book, whether this is a good or bad thing is really personal preference. A play of a soccer game is detailed, however there are no confusing technical terms used and it was easy to understand what was going on. - Emma and Charlotte communicate via "Instant Messenger" at multiple points in the book and used text talk. There were references to Myspace as well which surprised me and I did wonder why they didn't seem to text or call each other that much?

  8. 5 out of 5

    AJ

    Cute book, but I found all of the anachronisms to be very distracting. Somebody 9 years younger than me would not likely remember MTV playing music videos (as they were hardly playing them when *I* was a kid), would likely not know what film is (and besides, Nikon D50s are digital, hence the D in the name, so I'm not sure why the author felt like being so specific about the model and then go on to say that it was a film camera, plus, unless Charlotte was shooting 36 exposure film, which is hella Cute book, but I found all of the anachronisms to be very distracting. Somebody 9 years younger than me would not likely remember MTV playing music videos (as they were hardly playing them when *I* was a kid), would likely not know what film is (and besides, Nikon D50s are digital, hence the D in the name, so I'm not sure why the author felt like being so specific about the model and then go on to say that it was a film camera, plus, unless Charlotte was shooting 36 exposure film, which is hella expensive and hard to find these days, she wouldn't be able to just take 30 shots in one go, which she does at one point, not to mention good processing labs are hard to find, but really, I digress). I'm also not sure that somebody who grew up with mostly cell phones would refer to a phone call as a "phone line", but I guess I'll give that one a pass. It just seems like somebody my age wrote a book about what we would have gone through in our teenage years, and then added in some new technology (cell phones! text messages!) without updating any of the other things we did that were totally phased out by the new millennium (film! buying CDs at stores! iPods!). Anyway. Plot-wise, this is your standard every-single-Julie-Anne-Peters-book-smashed-into-one book. A coming out story between two teens with an unsurprising (view spoiler)[happy (hide spoiler)] ending. It's cute, but I'm not into YA coming out stories, there are only so many you can read, and they don't resonate with my own coming out later in life story. Hopefully there will be more YA fiction in the future that has awesome stories to tell in which the characters just happen to be lesbians.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ali

    Ugh. Awful. The author couldn't decide on a personality for any of the characters, so they all come off as bland, manic, and boring. The conflict in the story is so forced and fake, it's almost funny. The author just bounces between conflicts without ever really committing to one. It was so painful that I just skimmed the last 25% of the book. So bad. Really. Awful. Ugh. Awful. The author couldn't decide on a personality for any of the characters, so they all come off as bland, manic, and boring. The conflict in the story is so forced and fake, it's almost funny. The author just bounces between conflicts without ever really committing to one. It was so painful that I just skimmed the last 25% of the book. So bad. Really. Awful.

  10. 5 out of 5

    HornFan2

    This was my first read from author Jackie Bushore, this is probably the best YA genre LBGT book I've read. She does an excellent job with the relationship between Seniors Charlotte Hayes and Emma Pearson, it's realistic, believable, has all the multi-layered elements to it, that you'd see typically see in a high school aged relationship, it's educational also and hope she turns this into a series. This was my first read from author Jackie Bushore, this is probably the best YA genre LBGT book I've read. She does an excellent job with the relationship between Seniors Charlotte Hayes and Emma Pearson, it's realistic, believable, has all the multi-layered elements to it, that you'd see typically see in a high school aged relationship, it's educational also and hope she turns this into a series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    S

    4plus plus from me

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ruby Ridge

    I got a big pile of these YA books and recently started reading them, I was pleasantly surprised to find there are some real gems in this genre - this book is definitely one of them. Charlotte and Emma are a great couple and I would have loved to have had a really long epilogue to read. Jackie - more of the same please!

  13. 4 out of 5

    J. Peters

    Well, that was disappointing. Perhaps it was a bad choice to follow up the excellent "Her Name In The Sky." On a basic level, there wasn't anything egoriously wrong with the book. The writing is competent and the story flows decently enough. It just didn't feel like anything special. The characters never really stood out. Plots are introduced and abandoned without much reason. The relationship never really felt like a genuine connection between two people. I'll mark the next bit as spoilers, since Well, that was disappointing. Perhaps it was a bad choice to follow up the excellent "Her Name In The Sky." On a basic level, there wasn't anything egoriously wrong with the book. The writing is competent and the story flows decently enough. It just didn't feel like anything special. The characters never really stood out. Plots are introduced and abandoned without much reason. The relationship never really felt like a genuine connection between two people. I'll mark the next bit as spoilers, since it discusses some of the abandoned ideas and halfhearted attempts to make drama. Wednesday: (view spoiler)[Since the ending is fresh in my mind, I have to wonder what the point of Wednesday (the dog) getting hit by a car was. If you took it out, the story would more or less be the same. The only thing it accomplishes is that Charlotte reaches out to Kenny again and they start talking - something that would've had more impact if it wasn't caused by something so out of nowhere. The dog loses a limb and then the story ends not too long after. The reason she and Emma start talking again isn't even really related to the dog. It felt like a last minute attempt to stuff some drama in there. (hide spoiler)] Emma's Dad: (view spoiler)[On a larger scale, there was also the issue of Emma's dad. He seemed like he was going to be a huge problem in the relationship and was very homophobic, until he wasn't because Emma's therapist said "can't fix it bro." Problems like that in a family dynamic just don't go away. And his anger over the situation seemed really high just for it to dissipate. I thought it was going to be the main bit of conflict at the end, and it kind of was, and it kind of wasn't? The story just fizzles out. (hide spoiler)] Charlotte's Family: (view spoiler)[So, she hasn't heard from her dad in years even though he did send letters. Her mom hid them. Because he cheated on a younger woman. Which apparently Charlotte didn't know. And then she meets her dad and tells him she's gay. And then he kinda never really appears in the story again. And Charlotte seems really suspicious of Emma and why she spends so much time with Charlotte, and then she's okay with the whole thing after a talk and it's not really an issue. There's also a chapter where they go to Thanksgiving with her mom's family, and that whole thing never really goes anywhere or contributes much of anything. (hide spoiler)] The Friends and Classmates: (view spoiler)[I feel bad for Kenny. Not because he didn't get the girl - don't get me wrong. I feel bad because he was basically used by Charlotte and Emma for a really long time, for really unnecessary reasons. If you're going to use someone as a beard, you should have the decency to tell them. The fake relationship between Emma and Kenny goes on so long that he even feels he loves her (which, it's high school, so yeah, 'love'.) When Kenny finds out the truth, he's livid, and he has every right to be. There's also the matter of Sarah, Charlotte's friend on the soccer team who seems really homophobic, using slurs, until Charlotte comes out, and apparently she even tells the entire school about Charlotte and Emma (I think? It was never really clear?) but then she defends Charlotte and she's totally fine and then she vanishes from the story.) And then there was Veronica, who's name I kept seeing at the end even though I could barely remember who she was. There was Zach, who barely factored into the story. There was Cory, who was a fun character but didn't really contribute too much. (hide spoiler)] There was just an extreme lack of focus. The characters had no depth, the story meandered in every direction it could, drama was manufactured and felt artificial. Incidents and major events occur, and then are kind of swept aside and solved easily. The end is a positive one, but it's so quick that it hardly feels worthwhile. The entire Wednesday subplot should've been dropped. The dramatic tension at the end should've been refined and focused on more throughout the entire book instead of only factoring in - briefly - at the end. The friendships should've been given more depth. The side characters should've mattered more or been cut down. Elements like bullying should've been given more focus or dropped entirely, instead of being introduced and then cast aside. The fact that the book is called "She's My Ride Home" feels kind of misleading, because I was expecting that to actually factor into the story more, instead of being an actual line in the story towards the end. I thought Old Reliable would be more of a character in of itself, and it's not really. It's just there, like everything else in this book. I wouldn't recommend this one. It's not offensively bad. It's just generic. There's other books that do everything this book does, and in a much better way.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Linh Nguyen

    More like 2.75 stars The story is promising and refreshing at first, but it somehow gets predictable and dragging toward the end. It is all about meeting a girl in high school, who makes you realize you are not so straight - quite the norm for a teenager's coming out. Don't know about others but I did pick Annie on My Mind and Keeping You a Secret as my first lesbian theme reads (followed by my watching The L Word). Unfortunately, this book seems like a poor imitation of those two, though there a More like 2.75 stars The story is promising and refreshing at first, but it somehow gets predictable and dragging toward the end. It is all about meeting a girl in high school, who makes you realize you are not so straight - quite the norm for a teenager's coming out. Don't know about others but I did pick Annie on My Mind and Keeping You a Secret as my first lesbian theme reads (followed by my watching The L Word). Unfortunately, this book seems like a poor imitation of those two, though there are a few part that I truly enjoyed.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Claire Gamblin

    3.5*s

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    Even though books like this have been written a hundred times before, I do like to give them a read, as I quite enjoy their types, so I went ahead with this one. And while it was enjoyable, it was a bit vanilla. It didn’t really offer anything different that other books in the genre offered. In fact, it’s basically a rehashing of many other LGBT YA books I’ve read. The premise is simple. Girl meets girl. Girl has weird feelings for the other girl. Other girl begins to date the girl’s best friend, Even though books like this have been written a hundred times before, I do like to give them a read, as I quite enjoy their types, so I went ahead with this one. And while it was enjoyable, it was a bit vanilla. It didn’t really offer anything different that other books in the genre offered. In fact, it’s basically a rehashing of many other LGBT YA books I’ve read. The premise is simple. Girl meets girl. Girl has weird feelings for the other girl. Other girl begins to date the girl’s best friend, which confuses her even more. They start becoming closer, which causes both of them confusion in themselves and each other. Charlotte as a character wasn’t bad. She wasn’t the most developed character I’ve encountered, but she also wasn’t the worst. As a main character, she fell a little bit flat, but overall I did sympathize with her. Other books in the genre have done the whole moving away to college thing better, but I’ve also read books that did it worse, so I can’t really complain here. It was just middle of the road, like so much else in this book. Emma, on the other hand, was even worse. She was just a character there for the purpose of Charlotte, and I hardly felt any connection between the two of them. This is largely because Emma doesn’t have a very strong personality, and she is a fairly bland character. I could barely understand where she stood socially in the school. It was nice that Charlotte had a hobby in soccer, but I thought it would end up being a much larger part of herself than it was. I can think of numerous other books where the hobby or sport played a much greater importance to a character without it being featured so much. Here, it didn’t seem necessary, and I wish the author had related it to her character a bit more. The relationship between the two girls wasn’t great, but it also wasn’t bad. Essentially, it was the same as the rest of the book. That being said, I do sympathize with how they felt about coming out and the pressure on each other. And that brings me to another thing. 
I was glad that they actually did face a bit of backlash for coming out. It’s nice to be reminded that things aren’t all rainbows and sunshine when people do come out of the closet, especially in a time that was slightly before present day. That being said, due to some anachronisms, I couldn’t quite figure out when it took place. Despite all my above complaints, it really was a cute story. I wasn’t too keen on the very last part of the book, but I did enjoy it. That being said, I am biased towards the genre, but if you like the genre, it’s a happy and quick read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    moxieBK

    She’s My Ride Home [Kindle Unlimited] — Jackie Bushore (32 chapters) August 24-29, 2020 I wasn’t sure what to expect when I downloaded this book, but it has been sitting on my nook app for so long, I decided to finally get around to reading it. WHAT THE HECK TOOK ME SO LONG?!?!?! This was a GREAT read. Loved it from beginning to end. This is a story of a senior, her best boy friend, he mom who is divorced, her dad who up and abandoned her and her mother...and the new girl in town with a rambuncti She’s My Ride Home [Kindle Unlimited] — Jackie Bushore (32 chapters) August 24-29, 2020 I wasn’t sure what to expect when I downloaded this book, but it has been sitting on my nook app for so long, I decided to finally get around to reading it. WHAT THE HECK TOOK ME SO LONG?!?!?! This was a GREAT read. Loved it from beginning to end. This is a story of a senior, her best boy friend, he mom who is divorced, her dad who up and abandoned her and her mother...and the new girl in town with a rambunctious doggie. What isn’t there to like about that? As it turn out, absolutely nothing. This book is spot on in the reactions of every character involved. It truly was lovely. Always great to read a book expecting nothing and being rewarded with everything. So glad I made this my “last” book, the one that completed my reading goal, for this year. It felt like a bookend to the first book I read in January...very good too! One note: an editor really needs to sweep through this story and clean it up a bit. The chapter titles were spelled wrong (for example: thirtyo-two) and there were other grammatical and spelling issues throughout. However, that doesn’t discount it for being a very well written book in other regards. Five stars.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Greta

    The cheating part is annoying but it’s not so impossible to handle. Charlotte and Emma do something wrong and bad but it’s difficult to do right things when you don’t know who you are or when you know it but you are afraid of it. That’s not an excuse, I know it, but the way Charlotte’s feelings are described is too real and it helps you to feel her, to feel what she feels. Life’s not always fair and this book neither, but it’s real. And maybe that’s more important. Charlie and Emma ars two young The cheating part is annoying but it’s not so impossible to handle. Charlotte and Emma do something wrong and bad but it’s difficult to do right things when you don’t know who you are or when you know it but you are afraid of it. That’s not an excuse, I know it, but the way Charlotte’s feelings are described is too real and it helps you to feel her, to feel what she feels. Life’s not always fair and this book neither, but it’s real. And maybe that’s more important. Charlie and Emma ars two young girls trying to figure it out who they are and tryng to find a place in the world. They are not perfect and they do a lot of mistakes but that’s the point: people can be wrong sometimes and this doesn’t make them monsters, this make the human.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Williesun

    3.75 stars A solid f/f YA story about a soccer playing teen who falls for the new girl in her year. It's not the best YA I have read on the subject but it's a bit older (flip phones) which probably explains some of the more trope-ier aspects of the story. There's a bunch of coming out drama with some parents and a dog gets injured. What fell a bit short for me was that the girls' other friendships kinda disappeared for a while and it was very much just their romance. I get that it was partially b 3.75 stars A solid f/f YA story about a soccer playing teen who falls for the new girl in her year. It's not the best YA I have read on the subject but it's a bit older (flip phones) which probably explains some of the more trope-ier aspects of the story. There's a bunch of coming out drama with some parents and a dog gets injured. What fell a bit short for me was that the girls' other friendships kinda disappeared for a while and it was very much just their romance. I get that it was partially because of them having to sneak around everyone's backs but in the way time seemed to work in this story, I would have liked more of the surrounding narration. All in all, I sped through this as it was engrossing and easy to read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Glowacz

    Overall a good book, Hoever, the writing was a little bit novice at times. The plot was also not very strong. Reading this book felt like reading a contemporary Fan Fiction. It was not bad, but it in no way blew me away.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Erica Lee

    Great coming out story I loved this story and thought it hit on the ups and downs of coming out really well. It was the perfect blend of drama and love. It wasn’t overly fluffy, but also wasn’t too deep. Perfect!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mishy

    THEYRE SO PRETTY IT HURTS IM NOT TALKING ABOUT BOYS IM TALKING ABOUT GIRLS THEYRE SO PRETTY IN THEIR BUTTON UP SHIRTSSSSSSS THEYRE SO PRETTY IT HURTS IM NOT TALKING ABOUT BOYS IM TALKING ABOUT GIRLS THEYRE SO PRETTY IT HURTSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  23. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Zeliff

    A+ Wow, way to make me cry like fifteen times, Jackie. Christened my Kindle with this read and I'm happy I did. Strongly recommended. A+ Wow, way to make me cry like fifteen times, Jackie. Christened my Kindle with this read and I'm happy I did. Strongly recommended.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mogy

    A lovely book, very sweet romance. Made me laugh and cry at parts because I was rooting for a happy ending!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Robin Sue

    3.5 This was a cute one.

  26. 5 out of 5

    t

    3.5 this was so cute 🥺🥺🥺

  27. 5 out of 5

    Milliesbooks

    Just a sweet sweet story, very glad I read it :)

  28. 4 out of 5

    maddie

    dnf i’m sorry

  29. 5 out of 5

    averyjamesons

    ?????? theyre so cute omg omg omg the ending was so adorable the parallelsvsbeididid they were like beginning of novel: 📈 middle of novel: 📉 end of novel: 📈

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chloe Arnall

    So, so adorable ❤️

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