Sunday, March 27, 2016

#Review: Without a Doubt by Lindsay Paige || #MustRead

Without a Doubt 
by Lindsay Paige
New Adult, Romance, Academic-College

Emerson Montgomery loves his high school sweetheart, Kelly Price. He'd do anything for her, including agreeing to a break where they'll see other people as he heads off to college. Struggling with the break and guilt over dating other people, Emerson meets Eva, a beautiful, funny, easygoing, and nosey junior.

Eva Harvey chose this particular college with the hopes of fulfilling her own fairytale and falling in love at the same college where her parents met. She does her best to go with the flow and simply see what happens, but Emerson simultaneously causes her to fall in love while making her second guess everything along the way.

There's some things you know without a doubt. However, Eva causes Emerson to doubt everything he believes about his future while he causes her to doubt what's right in front of her. Can they find a way to erase all doubts or will it tear them apart in the process?

DISCLAIMER: I received a review copy of this book (via XpressoBookTours, months ago) in exchange for an honest review. I will try to keep this as non-spoiler as possible.

Have you ever had doubts in a relationship? Then this is definitely a book for you to read! This book will have you on your toes, especially if you have just read a book with a massive cliffhanger. Because that is exactly how I entered this book. 

NA content was at a minimum, but it was there, and I knew it. I really liked how it began, even though it did leave me a little heartbroken. I cannot take it when I am in a guy's P.O.V. and a girl is trying to be subtle about a break-up. Emerson definitely had me going when I was in his head. It was heartbreaking to think that after knowing Kelly for so long (she was his BFF and then girlfriend in high school), she would want to "take a break". Emerson only agrees to see other people, because in his heart, he thinks she will call him, asking to get back together. Or so you would think.

This book has a feel to it that is similar to A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks. But in the sense that there is a death that takes place. Also, all the doubts that rise up in Eva's mind are definitely some doubts that I would totally have if I were in her shoes.

My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars.
This is a great, fast read. It had me glued to my bed since last night. I fell in love with each character; loved the plot. This may have become a new favorite of mine, and I plan to read it again, the next time feel like I want to com-bust.

No comments:

Post a Comment