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  • It's Always The Ones Named Damon...

    *I received an ARC from InstaFreebie in exchange for an honest review* First off, I loved that it was set in the Philippines because it's on my bucket list, so seeing Andrea and Damon go to different islands like it was a roadtrip made it all the more thrilling. ANDREA IS AWESOME. She's quite crass with her 'relationships' and what she thinks makes her happy (or rather, keeps her safe) so it was great to see her find someone as sweet as Damon, despite having his own reputation. DAMON, with his reputation, never flaunted it beyond words the entire time I read this. If anything, he was the perfect gentleman- the perfect guy who could be sweet while still playing all the right parts of a bad boy. Like, idk... because Andrea was such a whirlwind, he was the perfect rock she needed. Not once did I ever read a bad thing about him. Well, there was one, but (I'm pretty sure) he gave up on it after he met Andrea. From then on, it was all just about Andrea realizing what they had. *fangirl screams* This story flowed very nicely, sucking me right into Andrea's mind as she lived through the drama and struggles of doing the right thing for herself. It was just done so well. When I first read it, it was a small hook, with plot twists unfolding with every chapter until I was addicted and needed to know everything. Her thing with her friend Thad annoyed me once I found out what a weirdo he was, but I was glad that Damon was there to yell at her the things my kindle wouldn't understand when I tried it. Sad life. Andrea is a very interesting and strong character with a surprising side to her as you read. Damon, with his bad reputation and all, was just as surprisingly... GOOD. Like he could never fail or disappoint me, and I think how I felt was how Andrea felt, and I believe the author purposefully did that. Sneaky thing, if she did. Unless I'm just reading too much into it. *shrugs* There was serious drama and squeal-worthy moments, but I got frustrated towards the end when Andrea chose to be stubborn about the truth. I can't blame her, however, because she was just playing safe. I'm glad with the ending and how it came to be, because it was seriously cute with the kind of flow that they'd always wanted. The dialogue was great, as were their partnered diabolical plans. I LOVED LOVED LOVED how they came together because it gave cause for the universe to have their own hangouts slink out to play. Seriously devoured it all and I don't know why, it was just perfect for me. I definitely recommend this to those who love a fun plot within a plot within a plot of romance and humor. Andrea's a guarded little thing with the exterior of a 'who-cares' hurricane, and Damon is the perfect island to keep her grounded. He keeps her from floating through life, actually gives her a real thing to fall for. It was just all so cute. *cries*

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