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Sometimes hurtful remarks are easier to believe than the truth....
That's what Annie Holden realizes after her family belittles her weight and the hottest guy in high school - her first big crush - humiliates her in front of the entire senior class.
Fast-forward to now. Annie has left that insecure girl far behind as she starts her freshman year at college, or so she thought....
When she meets Brayden Clark, those old insecurities resurface with a vengeance.
Brayden's gorgeous, athletic, and confident. Basically everything that Annie's not. Curvy girls like Annie don't date handsome jocks like Braydon. And falling for a guy like him is certainly not on her college to-do list. Because Annie has vowed to never fall in love again.
Being alone is safer for her fragile heart, and those walls surrounding it might be tough to break, but Brayden isn't giving up without a fight. Keeping him in the friend zone won't be easy, and Annie's resolve weakens each time they meet. Brayden brings out a side of Annie that she never knew existed...a girl she hardly recognizes - one that is beautiful and self-assured. If only Annie could see herself through his eyes.
Can one heart-melting kiss win her heart? And will it change both their lives forever?
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- Anonymous User
A story about learning to love yourself
This is a super sweet story about a girl who has been bullied not only by her peers, but also unintentionally by her own family. She can’t see herself as worthy of the attention of the most beautiful guy she’s ever met amd worries that it is all some sort of cruel joke. But thanks to an amazing best friend and the kindness and patience of the guy she is quickly falling for, she learns to start standing up for herself again and taking back the power of being herself. I thought this was such a sweet sweet story. Some language and encounters wouldn’t be appropriate for teens under 13 but other than that I loved it!
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- Natalie Haigler
Loved the story, although at times it seemed to be repeating itself... performance would of been a whole lot more personal if it was a duet reading!!
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Just One Kiss
The characters really pulled at the heartstrings at times during this story
The narration was ok and seemed to suit the story
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."