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    Unfortunately, this one was a miss for me

    I've read a few other Abbi Gline's books and enjoyed those, but this one was unfortunately a miss for me. Until Friday Night followed her usual MO, but I just could not bring myself to care about the two main characters, Maggie and West. Maggie could have been a pretty great character, but her relationship with West became her only focus and it was all a bit too much. I liked that she called him out later about using her as an emotional crutch/being dependent on her, but I felt like her character just got completely lost in all of the West madness. Speaking of West, his cave man behavior and attitude was just plain terrible. His relationship with Maggie is completely obsessive and he treats her like a possession. All of the posturing and marking his territory was over the top. Maggie couldn't even talk to another guy without West losing his mind and the whole freak out about Maggie wearing Brady's jersey vs. his jersey was just awful. He's her cousin!! Where to begin about the secondary characters? All of the boys in this book have had their way with any girl they've wanted because they're football gods in this small town and none show any remorse for treating girls that way. The girls are also terrible though, and every single one is portrayed as a slut or a threat to Maggie/West. I knew this would be the case since it's like this in most of the author's books, but I was still surprised at how much it was shoved in the reader's face. I really would have liked to see Maggie have at least one friend that was a girl, instead of having her world revolve around West. I tried to find something redeeming in each of the characters, but in the end still came up short. I wanted a swoony (and I'll admit steamy) romance, but what I got was an after school special about obsessive and controlling relationships. I'm still giving the book 2 stars (maybe that's too much??) because I was interested enough to finish it and maybe check out the next book in the series, but I definitely liked her Sea Breeze and Rosemary Beach series better.
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    YES!!!

    This book was amazing, I couldn't put it down! Rabbi has been my favorite author for many years and this book is just one example of why. I was on the edge of my seat waiting for this to come out and I can't wait for more to join the series hopefully soon ;) there could be some more detail with the sexual content, but besides that I loved this book!!
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    Until Friday Night

    Next to the Blair/Rush series this was the next best. I cried and laughed more time then I could count. Abby Glines should write more books like this.
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    Heartfelt YA Read

    I thought there was a great balance between the romance and the main plot line which is dealing with grief/family tragedy. The romance wasn't all consuming but always had that underlying tension to keep it developing. It complimented the character progression well I think.
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