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    Fast paced and attention grabbing!

    What a great story! I've been eagerly looking forward to reading this book. Miranda Kenneally released the first chapter a while ago and after finishing it I knew I had to read the rest asap. Luckily my wait wasn't that long, but it was so worth it! Maya and Jesse have this amazing chemistry that you can see almost from the first page and it continues throughout. I really liked Maya and Jesse. I liked Maya for her determination to make it on her own. I admired her for finding a way to do what she loved even with phobia she had. I loved her attitude for life and her love for her family. I hated how much she hurt when she realized the betrayal of those close to her. I wish she would've told Sam and he would've railed on the a-holes who did it. I loved seeing Maya and the rest of her family. I think it made a huge difference knowing they supported her unconditionally and the sacrifices they were willing to make to do so. Jesse was a surprise. I was at first taken aback at how abrupt he was, but I realized it was his protective armor. My heart broke for how cynical he'd become, but when some of what he'd faced was revealed, I understood why it'd become necessary. I also hated how he alone he felt. Jesse was talented, kind, giving, and sweet. I loved how he opened up to Maya. He shared a lot with her on their shadow day together. He also taught her like she'd wanted, both about music and about life. I loved seeing him enjoy himself on his day off with Maya. It's surprising how much Maya and Jesse had to teach each other. I liked how they supported one another. I hope Miranda Kenneally will give them cameos in another story one day, as guest characters. Speaking of seeing favorite characters. I loved the cameos by Jordan and Sam. I especially loved seeing them together and finding out what they were doing with their lives. I really enjoyed Jesse's Girl. It's fast paced. I'm a little surprised at how quickly I read this book. I rarely looked to see how much I'd progressed into it. I would've loved to see more with Maya and her band, or even more with Jesse and his family. Those were the only aspects I would've liked more of. Other than that, the book was perfect in my opinion. I'm looking forward to more stories set in the Hundred Oaks world. Every story Miranda Kenneally has written so far has been phenomenal, and the streak continues with this one.
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    Adored this story!

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books. *Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Xpresso in exchange for a fair and honest review.* Jamie has yet to find what she wants to do for the rest of her life. Does she want to coach or does she want to enter into the fashion business? Could she handle another rejection? How would she ever fill her brother’s shoes and was it really necessary? Dean was stuck following in his father’s shoes, working at the family business. It was a sinking ship and his Dad wasn’t open for any ideas to make it better. Could Dean do anything to make his future brighter? He didn’t want Jamie to be stuck in the town with no room to grow, like his mom. Could he ever find happiness? This was a good story. The story line was fun and provided a nice, quick read. The two main characters were written well and were easy to understand. The relationship was sweet and they experienced problems that we can all relate to. The emotions weren’t incredibly strong in this story. I can’t say there was one emotion felt over another or any one specific that really pulled at my heart other than frustration between the two characters and wanting Dean to pull his head out and look at what was in front of him. There were some parts that made me laugh when Jamie pulled her pranks against her brothers. It seemed that this story seemed to lack some oomph. I can’t specifically what it would be that would provide the oomph and I enjoyed the story overall but it just didn’t leave a lasting impression. I enjoyed reading it but think they need another book as some of the most important parts are left hanging.
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