My Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
About the Book:
Bailey and Summer have been best friends since they were three years old but on Summer’s nineteenth birthday tragedy strikes, changing the life of Bailey Mortenson forever. The only thing left for her to do is run, run far away.
Finding solace in the town of Blackrock her world is quickly turned upside down by a chance meeting with Mr. Tall Dark and Handsome. With a grief stricken heart and trying to settle into a new town can Bailey find the happiness she deserves ?
Knox Porter , Tall Dark and handsome, plays the guitar like its on fire. Has cut himself off from ever allowing another girl to betray him again. Trusting no one only his twin brother Max , Knox’s life is about to get a little bit crazy as his closed off heart beats into life when his eyes lock on the most beautiful girl he has ever seen.
Will Bailey and Knox get over their own pain and heartache and finally let love in? Or will tragedy strike again leaving them both broken and lonely?
Scarring their hearts one more time.
From the beginning of this book you immediately feel for Bailey. She has just lost her best friend, her sister, in one of the most tragic ways you can lose a person.
After everything, Bailey decides it would be best to go and stay with her dad and starts college there, and hopefully begin to heal.
I really liked Bailey’s character. I feel like she was portrayed very realistically considering what she has been through, and she reacted in a way one would expect throughout the book, so I felt like the author really did a great job there. The twins were awesome too, they had their own, individual personalities and they seemed to really help Bailey come out of her shell. Them, along with Paige(haha), made Bailey start to, well not get over, but come to terms with Summer’s death.
I will say, I did notice a few small errors in the book, but nothing that took away from the story. Which is, I must say, an awesome one. I feel it’s only fair to warn y’all that this book has a major cliffhanger ending, but it’s totally worth it. Now I can’t wait to read the next book in the series!
Overall, if you love a good contemporary story this is definitely a book you want to check out!