I don’t read a whole lot of NA, so I was looking forward to this book. Ashton is sick of being the good girl everyone wants her to be, namely her parents, and her boyfriend Sawyer. She wants to rebel, have fun, and let loose for once. Sawyer’s cousin Beau always seemed to get her much more than Sawyer did. Whilst Sawyer is away, they’re unable to fight the attraction any longer, and get together, however both dread the day when Sawyer returns.
This was a nice, light read, and you definitely find yourself rooting for Ashton to end up with Beau. It’s a nice tale about finding yourself, and being true to yourself. Ashton’s nan also features in the story as a nice secondary character.
Oh and the first thing which captured me about this book was the cover. It’s so pretty.