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I will never forget the day I walked into Room 331. New school, new town, and I was way out of my league. I'm just here to study journalism, keep my head down, and maybe one day I'll get to intern for a big magazine. But then there's her - Rochelle Addams. She's everything and nothing I ever wanted, and my head is spinning. Ro is quiet, mysterious, and haunted, and she's changing my world. She showed me what it was like to love with all my heart and soul, look at life a different way, and burn with jealousy. She's been through hell and back and I'm still here. God help me, I can't tell her how I feel. Will I ever be able to? Will things ever go back to what they were in Room 331, or are we doomed to play this game, her and I, of love?

©2016 Rebekah Dodson (P)2018 Rebekah Dodson

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Perfect Ebb and Flow of an Intriguing Storyline

This book had a gentle, but curious entrance. It was just enough to cause the listener/reader to want to know more, and to dig deeper into the story, to read more, to listen longer.

This draw that the book has continued throughout the book, never dwindled in its appeal or flow. There was a gentle ebb and flow sort of a feel. This ebb and flow is what allowed the book to progress at a comfortable pace and yet not so much that it ever reached a state of boredom.

The story drew on the emotions throughout the book, and especially toward the last half of the book, with a traumatic event occurring with the primary female in the story (Rochelle). This emotional response is an excellent way to retain the attention of the reader. And, that is what it did.

Elijah, as the narrator of the story, was not a perfect character (but then the story would not be interesting if any character was perfect). His imperfection, and how he addressed it within himself, within earshot of the reader, is what helped to make this book raw enough to appeal all the more. It left the reader wanting to know how Elijah (a.k.a. Eli) was going to handle each situation that came his way.

We were not disappointed. Even to the end of the book, the story continued to draw us in further and deeper. We desperately wanted to know how the story ended and could not "put the book down" for fear we would miss the answers to our curiosity. And, even though, for the most part, those questions were answered, there was enough of a question mark left to leave one wanting more and hoping that Ms. Rebekah Dodson provides a sequel to this book... soon.

Oh, a notation about the performance of Mr. Adam Barr in the Audible version. Absolutely superb! He did such a perfect job of representing each character, in what they were saying and how they were saying it. We, as the listeners, were able to get lost in the story and even forget that it was being narrated, feeling as if we were right there. Thank you, Mr. Barr, for such an exceptional performance.

And, thank you, Ms. Dodson, for such an interesting story. We will watch for more...

Note: I was provided with a review copy of this book. I have written this review honestly and voluntarily.

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When you don’t share your feelings...

A beautiful and at times heartbreaking story. Elijah met Rochelle his first day in class after transferring to a new college. His life was never the same again.

Rebekah Dodson writes with such emotion. I really felt for the characters and found myself hoping for things to work out.

Adam Barr delivered the perfect performance. I could feel the whole range of emotions that the characters were experiencing.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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cryptic love story

Such an in-depth beginning to what I can only assume will be a fantastic read / listen. This book gripped me with it's realism. A friendship with the different faucets of love that plague our main character. Some say that people of the opposite sex can never really be just friends and this book examines the inner struggle of those exact emotions. A cryptic tale of a possible unrequited love where fear of the unknown can rule the decisions you make and ultimately your life. The narration was smooth and well done as is the story and flow. I loved the character developments as Elijah seems to stumble and Rochelle thrives. I hope to learn more about these two in future reads on this series!

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Don’t Wait

Switching colleges and majors the H sits next to a girl and tries to make conversation. She’s unfriendly..something he isn’t accustomed to...he isnt a lady killer but does ok and not use to unfriendly responses. A challenge he is intrigued and a friendship begins...From H POV there is the fear of expressing your feelings...each time he begins something happens until he knows....don’t wait
The beginning of the series...so if you like friends trying and stumbling towards each other over years..well written and waiting to see if there is a HEA...great book.
Narrator perfect..loved listening to him

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great

a very well written and interesting story very intriguing and very surprising I kind of liked it and I think I would have liked listening to all series it's a very good not very long book to enjoy
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