I woke up on the bathroom floor. Everything hurt. My mouth felt like garbage and tasted worse. What the hell had happened last night? The last thing I remembered was the countdown to midnight and the thrill of turning twenty- one— legal, at last. I’d been dancing with Lauren and talking to some guy. Then BANG! Tequila.
So being 21 isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Evelyn wakes up in her hotel with a hot guy in her bed and a ring on her finger (Cartier, 5 carats) O.o
Slowly, he swam into focus. He was built and beautiful and strangely familiar. Impossible. I’d never met anyone like him. He looked to be in his mid to late twenties— a man, not a boy. He had long, dark hair falling past his shoulders and sideburns. His eyes were the darkest blue. They couldn’t be real. Frankly, those eyes were overkill. I’d have swooned perfectly fine without them.
Can two strangers from two totally different backgrounds find love and stay together? Or will pressures be too much, causing their shaky foundation to finally crack…
I gave this book a 2.8 out of 5 stars. I have to say that even though there were characters that I liked in this book I didn’t have a favorite. Evelyn was a little too much of a pushover for my taste and David pissed me off a LOT. I did like that they went through some growth through the course of he book and that Evelyn even got a bit of a backbone towards the end. It’s kinda funny that even though the characters got on my nerves I couldn’t stop reading. Something about the book made me just keep reading, so although the book can be frustrating at times it’s still pretty funny and it’s by no means a ‘slow’ read. This is the first in a series but can be read as a standalone as each book in the series is about a different member of the band.