When it comes to love there’s no such thing as conventional.
Everyone thinks Colton Neely is special.
Lilly Evans just thinks he’s fascinating.
Once friends when they were younger, their bond is cut short due to her accident prone nature and they go their separate ways. Years later, they meet again and Lilly learns that there is something special about the boy she once knew, but she has no idea what it all means. And she’s not sure if she’s ready to find out.
When he walks through the corridor of her school the first day of her senior year, she knows that it’s time to get to know the real Colton Neely. The more she learns, the deeper she falls.
Their friendship grows into love, even as Colton does not express it in words. But one decision threatens to break down the world that Lilly has tried so hard to integrate into and she must figure out if the relationship can survive if they are apart.
This is one of those books. You know, the books that you just can't put down and one that pulls all these emotions out of you? Yep.That is what happened with me and this book.
I love books like this one. The ones that really remind you that not all love stories are the same. Some speak to you on a deeper level. This one sure did for me.
It's a true story of a girl falling for a boy.
And I wouldn't want it any other way.
I am still wiping tears off my face.This book made me feel so much. I love how this book flows, how Lilly tells her story. I love Lilly and Colton and their story. This book was just beautifully written. At least in my opinion. I could just summarize the book for you, tell you the gist of the story, but I won't. Not this time. You just need to read it and feel it. Maybe you'll connect with, maybe you won't. Either way it is worth reading.
I don't believe there's such a thing as conventional love. Love is bending. Love is breaking. Love is constantly learning about the other person until you go crazy because it will never be perfect, but there's no fault in trying.
5 stars read!
About the Author:
A true child of music, Amber's parents surrounded her with the loudest beats they could find, molding her into a girl who found inspiration and meaning in lyrics and chords. Raised on John Hughes movies, Luck Dragons, and pirate ships, she dreamed of love and adventure. When Amber began to create her own world, she envisioned a place where Happy Ever Afters do exist. Since then, she has authored several romance novels, all of which focus on songs and the way they can touch people's lives. Music may not be able to fix a broken heart, but it can provide one hell of a soundtrack for healing.
A full-time wife and mother with a full-time job, Amber finds her muse in everyday life and the people who bring her inspiration.
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