Reagan Bellamy’s neighbor, Dash Carter, refuses to wither under her stare. Reagan’s too busy to waste time on a loser with musical pipe dreams. Between classes and her need to stay ahead of the game, she’s got too much on her plate to give him the time of day.
For the first time in a long time, Dash Carter feels optimistic about the future. He’s clean, he’s on a good path, and he’s surrounded himself with people who make life better. Unfortunately, his beautiful neighbor still thinks he’s a slacker, bothering Dash more than it should. When Dash inadvertently puts Reagan in a difficult position with her new boss, he becomes more invested in her life despite warnings from his mentor to not get involved with someone whose beliefs don’t match his own.
The more Reagan digs her heels in against the religious freaks she’s forced to interact with, the more she begins to question everything she’s built her life upon. When the tide begins to turn in Reagan’s heart and her worldview flips upside down, trusting God means putting everything on the line, including her heart.
REVIEW by LAWonder10:
This is a delightfully entertaining tale of a reformed "party-er" and an, unlikely, close-knit college roommate group of girls. (Although several other individuals "come into play".)
Dash Carter was a member if a popular college band... That was then, before he re-evaluated his life choices.
Reagan had worked too hard to receive this scholarship. Anything less than perfection wouldn't do. Whereas her roommates were often encouraging her to "have a Life" outside of her college studies, she had learned in her Freshman year that it was a big mistake to drift from her set goals.
Dash lived in the same apartment complex as Reagan and her roommates. Although the other three girls were gorgeous, it was Reagan that held his attraction. Maybe it was because she never noticed him. He was used to having girls fall all over him. Right now, however, that was not a problem because he was on a sabbatical.
After a particularly challenging night, Reagan's day got worse when she discovered a flat tire on her car. She had a very important meeting and did not have time to change it. Who else but tnh egotistical, Dash Carter would offer her a ride? She was desperate!
This is a sometime humorous and sometimes poignant story about misconceptions, communication problems, and redemption. (Keep some Kleenex handy.)
I really loved the characters, topic and literary delivery. The characters truly all seemed alive and the situations clearly portrayed until the reader felt he/she was there.
The Cover Was very simply created but yet very "fitting". The Title was effective, although it took a little thought to see how effective it was. The only negative thought was the drama was slightly "drawn-out" and slightly repetitive at times. Otherwise, it was an outstanding story.
I offer a Four and a Half Stars rating.
This book was gifted me with no requirement of a positive review. This is my honest review.
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