Rhett Taylor has a reputation to live up to. He’s the small town hero everyone expects to lead the team to victory. But looks can be deceiving, and the pressure unbearable – even after he confides in Kinsley West. She may not have been the obvious choice to others, but he chose her anyway. Thanks to her newfound popularity, Kinsley’s no longer living in the shadow of her older brother. For once, she has an identity of her own. But what builds quickly, often comes tumbling down. Piece by piece they find out how unpredictable young love can be. Can their love stand the test of time? Or will it be captured, only to be forgotten? A roll of film sets their story in motion. Each frame better than the last. But the real test comes when their whirlwind romance forces Kinsley to protect their secret – especially if she wants a future. Only Kinsley isn’t sure she can do it - not if she’s going to be left behind In Pieces.
My first Gia's book.
That let me In Pieces.
I loved it. Every minute of it but I think at the 65% of the book, I was disconnected.
The drama between Carson and Kinsley, it was the main problem. I'll have to reread it, to try to be in peace with that part.
For the rest of the book, I loved it.
High school stories have a special place in my heart. Maybe because my high school time was never, never like the one I read on the books or maybe because I wished it could happen to me. Anyway, this is another story that will have a beautiful space in my Shelves.
Rhett and Kinsley shares a love that is not easy to find (though for me, was kinda creepy at the beginning), when they start to fall in love for each other, their lives are full and connected and everything is beautiful.
Life is not easy honey, so Love conquers all yes, but you have to fight to have your happily ever after. That's what happens with Rhett and Kinsley.
I want to say, that I think this book is a sweet and an adorable story. That kept everything real. But what I didn't like was, the drama between they boy Kinsley always had by her side (Carson), and the miscommunication.
Folks, if you don't say the things the way the have to be said. Well, you will have awkward feelings and confusion. I wish Kinsley were more communicative and I wish she said everything in the moment, she needed to stood by her feelings and respect Carson's feelings.
That is all I have to say about what I didn't like. Is not to much, because Rhett made everything better... this adorable sweet boy, made me cry a little!
“I can’t really explain it, but it makes perfect sense to me. She’s my sunny-girl— she makes me happy.” This boy will be the death of me.
I received an ARC copy in exchange of an honest review.
$20 Amazon Gift Card & In Pieces Inspired Bracelet
About the AuthorGia Riley is a New Adult and Contemporary Romance author from the small but mighty state of Delaware. She's a lover of all things romance - a firm believer that everyone deserves a happily ever after. She loves strawberry smoothies almost as much as she loves reality TV. When she's not writing, you can find her roaming the aisles of Kirkland's, up to her elbows in Play-doh, or trying to hunt down spoilers for Big Brother. Her newest addiction is a Starbucks iced mocha - they keep her up late, doing terrible things to her characters.
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