ebook, 155 pages
Published June 15th 2012 by Fisher Amelie
(first published June 1st 2012)
Thomas Eriksson thinks he has it all figured out.
"People crossed the street when they saw me. I’m not really sure why that was. I mean, okay, I might have looked a bit intimidating if I was being truthful with you. I’d changed since New York. New York represented a life that wasn’t real, not truthfully, anyway. No, New York was the “young, immature, in love, idiot" side of Tom. The “Tie-Dye Tom of New York City” didn’t exist anymore. Tie-Dye Tom was dead."
January Mac Lochlainn thinks she’s her own worst enemy.
"I quit Berkeley. Threw away a full scholarship. Plans, you ask? What plans?"
But they’re both wrong.
4 out of 5 stars
I had high hopes on this one since the first in the series - Callum and Harper - was a great read. But even if it didn't affect me the same, it was still a heartwarming story of love and living life.
Thomas and January are two different people who met because of music. The music that bought them together and made them make decisions that will regret them or maybe not. But in the end, they made great ones that will definitely help them in their journey in finding trust and love.
The attraction of both Thomas and January may be a sudden one but the progress of their relationship was long enough for them to get to know each other and discover more of themselves when it comes to loving.
I liked that I get to peek at what Callum and Harper's life. It's a great reminder that love conquered them despite of their differences.
I definitely love the ending. I was proud of what Thomas did - waiting for the right time and right place to make everything perfect for January.
“I hate seeing you hurt. I'm sorry for hurting you last night. The look on your face speared my icy heart. I wish I could take it all back.”