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on March 27, 2013 :
I received a copy for an honest review.
When Trystan finally reveals the truth about his feelings for Mari and about the song he wrote he knows it's the moment he could lose he forever. When he hears the words he never thought he'd hear from Mari he thinks everything is going to be great. Kissing her is like nothing he's ever felt before, like nothing he ever wanted, and now he has her, and she loves him too.
Being with Trystan is everything and then some that Mari thought it would be. Now that they're together she wants to be with him "exclusively". When every touch makes her want him all the more she knows he's the one for her.
Keeping their relationship a secret is both hard and worth it. When Brie insists she can't perform in the play and Trsytan convinces the director to use Mari, life seems perfect. One night after practice Mari invites Trystan over to hang out, but he goes home first, and that's when all hell breaks loose.
Holy wow. That ending was too freaking much. Did not see that coming at all. Wow. Actually...my goodness, H.M. Ward really knows how to keep her readers hanging. Honestly perfect ending to a perfect story. Can't wait to read the next one. Oh and here's something you may want to know:
rip-tide: a strong current of swiftly moving water that flows away from the safety of the shore.
These books are short and easy to read. Love them!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)