“He’s sweaty– his shaggy blonde hair is sticking to his neck– but it’s the good kind of sweaty. The sexy kind of sweaty. Wait. Why am I noticing his sweat? Why am I noticing anything about Wesley James? I should be focusing on my master plan to get him fired, not about how sexy he looks or whether or not he smells good.”
This was a very quick read. The storyline caught my attention with a broken family, love and some kind of revenge. I wanted to be hooked but I felt more annoyed and awkward throughout.
Quinn is a huge bitch with an ego to match. The grudges she holds and the vendetta she has against Wesley is downright cruel and completely unnecessary. Quite a few times she goes above and beyond to make his life as miserable as possible. And all of this over something she doesn’t know the full story about. Yes, I know, we have all been in that place. Something we heard when we were younger breaks a friendship and things get thrown around. But that’s it! When it’s over… it’s over. We grow up and move on, but not for our girl Quinn.
Wesley moves back to town and wants to reconnect with Quinn. She has plans of her own. She’s gross and appalling at her schemes and tricks. If you didn’t hate her before you will definitely hate her when she uses a guy who has a crush on her to make Wesley jealous. And all Wesley wants is to be loved and liked.
If Wesley was a real person, I know too many girls who would jump at the chance to be with a genuinely nice guy. Quinn is just an evil asshole with a childish demeanor. Her petty games ruined this book.
The thing that got me was the smoochy lovey dovey ending. We all knew what was going to happen but it didn’t make it less cute. I loved dreaming of new love in a different place. Living in her grandmothers footsteps.
And don’t get me started on the crazy family drama. Talk about a definite save!
Now go out, explore, and fall in love!! 😍