Back to You

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
On the outside, 17 year old Abby Lewis has it all. She is dating the HS Football star, has a best friend anybody would kill for and a love and passion for singing that could send her to Broadway. But on the inside a storm is raging inside of her that she can no longer hide. More

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About Annie Brewer

I'm a full time mom with a passion for reading and writing love stories.

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Review by: cheryl taylor on Aug. 2, 2012 : (no rating)
I loved this book it was exciting, and funny and hot at times, I couldn't put it down. I love Abby and her attitude, Lucas was one you just fell in love with, Brooke and Brady were very liked as well and Abby sister Sarah well she started out as a Brat but ended up being a good little Sister. And what a great ending.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Adriana Noriega on July 9, 2012 :
OK what can i say about this freaking awsome book!!! Firstly i would like to say a big Thankyou to my gorgeous friend and author Annie Brewer for giving me the eArc so i could read bacause i was dying to read this book!!! and let me say that that i loved every second of this book and i definately going to re read it again!!

I loved Abby from the start she was one of those girls that most of us can relate too. Abby had it all the great boyfriend the 2 bestfriends an awsome mum, who i wish was my mum LOL, but secretly there was something missing. The home front was not that good her 15 year old sister seems to be getting into trouble every 5minutes and her mum is alone after her dad cheated on his mum, and left. But let me say the mother is doing an awsome job raising the girls by herself. Then her sister starts to take a intrest in her bestfriend Lucas, he is also her ex. I loved Lucas i wanted to eat him up he was such a gentle person even though he has had such a bad childhood, but he is always there for Abby even when people think her persuing her dream of singing is pathetic, he is one to always have her back and support her in whatever she does. When Abby see's her sister and Lucas together it brings some unresolved feelings out. She relises she never really got over him. Even though Abby has a boyfriend Brady she still cant help the feelings she get for Lucas and the more she see's him the worse it gets so she starts to try to avoid him. To top off her great dilema her sister decides to move back in with her dad bringing him back into her life which and she wants nothing to do with him, so her emotions are all over the place. To find out what happens you have to read it trust me you will not regret it...

This book was an emotional rollercoaster and had me hot and bothered a few times too. I finished it in one sitting beacause i could not put it down it was to hot to handle it needed me not to stop reading it till i finished the whole thing and every hour i spent on this book was worth it. I recommend this book to everyone as soon as i comes out go and buy it you will loved it.
(review of free book)
Review by: Brooke DelVecchio on July 9, 2012 :
I would like to thank the wonderful Annie Brewer for providing me with an ARC of this book for review!
This is the sweet story of Abby and Lucas. Of their friendship and love, of their ups and downs. Back to you captures teen angst at it's best. It captures relationships between friends, family and first loves. There is tension, their is sadness, there is happiness, all wrapped up in the neat little package that is this book. Back to You caputres the true meaning of love and how it can withstand anything you throw at it.
Abby is snarky and strong. She doesn't let anyone step on her. She stands up for what she believes and what she wants.
Lucas is handsome and sweet. How could someone not fall for him?
Brooke, Abby's best friend, is supportive and you can tell they are true friends.
Brady, Abby's boyfriend/friend personifies the typical football player and guy who likes to hang with his friends and play games.
Sarah, Abby's sister, is a pistotol in need of a lot of sisterly love.
Abby's mom is cook and calm.
The cast of characters is fun and intriguing, drawing you into the story and egging you on to read to the end.
Congratulations Annie!
(review of free book)
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