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The act of hating - no, f--king loathing Dean Collins. (Yes, I'm well aware that's not the actual definition, but it might as well be....)

It's been 10 years since we've seen each other, and the feelings are still as strong.

I'm not going to bore you with all the details of how our love was once intoxicating, consuming, and perfect.

Because it was...until it wasn't.

I've been fine without him. I haven't missed his cruelty, his coldness, and his spite. And after the ugliest breakup in the history of breakups, I forced myself to move on. Year by year, the feelings I had for him slowly drifted away, but one encounter with him recently changed everything. One encounter made me realize how the heart doesn't forget shit and how my mind is going to have to work overtime to make sure I never forget my definition of resentment.

©2015 Nicole London (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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I loved this story except for one very important thing. I thought maybe his father was messing with their messages or something other than the interception of the birthday card and balloons. I know he was hurting and not sure what to do, but it wasn’t her fault that he didn’t tell her. What he did to her is no comparison to what he thought she was doing to him. She tried to talk to him and ask him what was wrong. He didn’t even try. I’m glad they had there HEA but he got off the hook to easily. You would think that when she asked him years later what happened he would just say it. I had a best friend once who all of a sudden got very angry with me and stopped speaking to me. I asked her what was wrong and she just said “you know “. To this day I still don’t know what I did. I wish there had been someone interfering with their communication. It would have been easier to except his being a jerk.

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  • Megan
  • BARNARD, VT, US
  • 10-10-18

Good, not great.

By the end, I really could not stand the female lead. It’s a good filler book, but prepare to be annoyed.