For five years Becca has been struggling to hide her feelings for her best friend, Brad. Now she finally has a chance to move on. She’s in a new city, she’s attending a new school, and she’s met the first guy besides Brad who’s held her attention in a long time. Not only is Ethan attractive, he’s an amazing tennis player, and he might just be Becca’s match on and off the courts.
Brad has loved Becca for as long as he can remember. Now that Becca’s family has moved two thousand miles away, Brad may finally be ready to lay his heart on the line and do whatever it takes to hold on to Becca.
But is Brad too late? Or will Ethan’s secret drive Becca back into Brad’s arms? Torn between her love for Brad and the promise of something new and exciting with Ethan, Becca has an almost impossible choice to make, the choice between letting go or holding on.
This book was seriously a needed change of pace for me……I started it one evening and made it about 3 chapters in before I put it down, the next day I just felt like I needed to pick it back up and honestly I never put it down until I was finished a few short ours later.
This story is so easy to relate to because honestly what teenage girl hasn’t struggled with which guy she likes more…… I felt like Becca really had 2 great guys that loved and cared for her…..this was actually 2 love stories involving one girl, she unfortunately had a very tough choice to make….The guy she thought was her best friend or the guy that she has an incredible connection with who she has only known for a short time.
There was a very unexpected twist close to the end of the book and I just about lost my mind wondering what would happen next….. I will say that this book was a well spent 3 hours out of my day….I can’t wait to read more from this Author
About the author
Rachael Brownell was born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she currently resides with her boyfriend and son. She is a graduate of Grand Valley State University where she studied Advertising and Public Relations. Upon graduating, Rachael accepted a position in the Hospitality industry working for Darden Restaurants. She has been working for them for the past twelve years and counting.
In 2005, Rachael met the love of her life, Jeremy. Then, in 2007, they welcomed their only child, Nicklas. When she’s not working, building Lego’s or writing her next book, Rachael enjoys scrapbooking, photography and is an avid reader.
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