I have a sinus infection so I’m just going to put that out there off the tops, hopefully I make sense…
What I loved about this book…
~I loved Asia and her badass ways.
~I loved that she could see when she wasn’t thinking clearly or being rational and yet she still struggled just like any woman would.
~I loved Jay at the beginning and the end, in the middle I wanted to cut him and he was hitting a little too close to home for me and a previous relationship!!!
~I loved that Marcus wasn’t perfect.
~I loved her family.
~I loved how real the characters were.
~I loved the little life lessons. Especially in regards to finding oneself through oneself and not through others.
What I didn’t love so much…
~While I loved that Asia seemed real there were times where I cringed because she was going so far out of her way to be someone she wasn’t.
~At times she appeared to be wise beyond her age and at others she was the complete opposite.
~It began to drag for me a little bit in a few parts.
~The predictability at times was a bummer.
~There was some repetitiveness at times.
Overall this was an excellent love story. It was a story of searching for oneself, making mistakes, forgiveness, heartache, and most of all freedom…