Believe by Erin McCarthy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Robin was your typical college party girl. She liked to have get drink, liked to party, and liked to have fun. But all of that ended after she woke up the morning after a party in her best friend's boyfriend's bed. That was just the wakeup call Robin needed to get back on the right track, but sometimes saying you're going to do something is much easier than doing it.
Throughout the story Robin is dealing with guilt and grief of knowing she had wronged her friend. The guilt is eating at her to the point where she withdraws from everyone and everything. When she meets Phoenix, he becomes the new friend that she needs, since she cannot seem to make herself talk to her old friends anymore. Phoenix is an interesting character. Fresh out of jail, he is trying to make a new start. He knows he should stay away from Robin because she's too good for him, but he cannot seem to make himself. Him and Robin both have things they need to deal with, but the idea of a true friend is too intriguing.
I liked the two together, both of them trying to change who they are, trying to let go of the past. They were sweet together, and their story was fun and innocent.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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