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If you wanted to see something fresh and something new you should give Crossing a try. Liam’s story is fascinating. Was given e-arc in exchange for honest review by publisher on netgalley Format Read In: It’s a quick read, and I think that ya’ll will like it too: Crossing was nothing at all like I expected.
Never romance, never love. This story however was very different. Because she’s never been in a relationship and has such a low opinion of herself, she doesn’t expect anything and doesn’t push. Addictive writing Even though I had some qualms with the characters, I still kept on reading because this was a definite page-turner.
This didn’t diminish my enjoyment of the book at all though, so if you’re as perceptive as I am, don’t worry – just relax and enjoy the ride. Liam is a swoony, nice guy that can keep up with Dani’s personality and he instantly becomes friends with her.
He was just so swoony and even though he did have a lot of flaws and shortcomings, he surely made up for it with the way he cared and protected Dani as well as how he showed her how beautiful and awesome she really is on the inside and out. I found Dani’s quick wit to be truly endearing.
Having just been a college student, Dani and Liam do not act like any college students I know. And as I said before, college is a time of transition as well.
As for the concept I have to tell you that it was different from anything I’ve read before in the New Adult genre. But here, you know she experienced these firsthand. A girl can dream, though.
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I was just addicted to the story so much that I kept on turning one page after the other. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. I’ve tried not to give too many spoilers away for this one. It’ll make you laugh, cry, and have you running out to buy a tube of red lipstick.
She makes some choices that I really, really did not appreciate, and honestly, I don’t know if I was rooting for her. That is dtacey I enjoyed about this story; the author led us on a journey of young woman, who not only was going thorough her own self discovery, but her heart was being challenged in what defined acceptable intimacy.
I so not wallacs this coming! As I have mentioned on the first part of my review, the certain twist of the story left me somewhat disturbed and skeptical. This was such a thought provoking, thoughtfully written, and beautifully executed book. I skimmed the blurb: If that was even possible.
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crossingg Nice but also not something special, so that they could moved me or touched me deeply in any chapter. Dani and Liam have never really satcey true to themselves until they met each other. Do know that I’m pretty much on the liberal crowd of this conservative country I am deeply grateful for my secular education so this novel might not be for everyone. In Crossing, the aftermath of the hospital scene was gut-wrenching.
She had me laughing out loud throughout the book and her banter with Liam was crssing. With a winning and completely relatable at least for me and relating heroine who breaks molds with her plus size, it was completely not what I expected at one in the morning but turned out to be what I completely needed to read without me even knowing it.
And I felt like I learned something, too. The love Dani has for Liam is put to the test in the ultimate way possible, as she learns his secret.
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I really had no idea what was really coming, I honestly have no clue – well I have ideas of sorts but it was too far away. I suspect that this has as much to do with the value society places on the feminine as it is to do with nervousness of the unknown. And because like what I said, this story was a unique break from your typical overly crsosing new adult novels and I’m really sure that you’d love to get that break: