After being away at college the last four years, Kacie Foster is not looking forward to returning home. Her reluctance has nothing to do with it being time for her to grow up and get a job like other recent graduates. The problem is her parents. To say they have never been the supportive and caring type is an understatement. Complicating things further is the fact that she’s just beginning to grieve over the recent loss of her grandmother. Once she’s back home, Kacie encounters Evan Pierce and realizes her parents may not be the only obstacle she needs to face.
After losing his twin brother in a tragic car accident six years ago, Evan Pierce moved far away from the place he once called home to escape the constant reminders of his loss. He keeps his misery hidden with booze, girls, and street racing, but deep down, Evan knows it’s all merely a distraction from reality. Just when he thinks he finally has a handle on his life, Kacie Foster storms into town turning it upside down all over again.
Will they each be what the other needs to finally move on? Or will one of them, once again, be left behind?
Dull, sophomoric, and juvenile
Kacie is a very annoying character. She is very selfish and self-centered. She has a great group of people surrounding her. They continuously prove how much they love her and yet she acts like she has no one. She is such a Sophomoric brat! Very disappointing. My heart goes out to Jake, Evan, and to Jade. Although Jade kinda irked me as well. She acts like a very dramatic 7yr old.
Jake and Evan deserve to be treated better. In a perfect [book] world, Jake and Evan both find someone worthy.