Cassia Leo

I feel terrible because I know this review is not going to be as amazing as I could have made it. Its been 3 weeks since I read this book, and I have a terrible memory when it comes to little details. That's why I have to write reviews as soon as I'm done the book. Well anyways here's my review.
“The relentless pull of love is a thousand times harder to fight than the tides. If you’re lucky, you’ll make it out before you drown. If you’re even luckier, you’re pulled under just long enough to wash away the sorrow. If you’re really lucky, like me, you resurface just in time to find the one you love floating right beside you.”  

Looking back on this book I remember that I really liked it. Adam and Claire's relationship felt so real and had such a sweet way of connecting that it even stands out in my memory. I recall how they had the butterfly's in the stomach beginning with the build up to a very real relationship that had its ups and downs. It didn't feel like a fairy tale, just a story of two people working through their problems to be with each other.
“I guess that’s the way secrets are. They’re only heavy when you’re holding them. As soon as you let go, the significance of keeping those secrets hidden blows away and everything falls into place.”

Adam made me laugh. I think that's what I liked best about the book is that Adam was such a unique character, with his humor and carefree personality, but there was something dark under his exterior. As you slowly get to know him, and all his dirty or corny jokes (hehe), he really came off as a caring person who just wanted what was best. He was freaking great.

Claire is where it felt just a little pushed. As you begin the book you know there was something terrible that happened to her when she was young and it involved the famous singer. You just don't know what and as the story unfolds you get little snip bits of what it could be. I was a little surprised but not freaking out over the reveal.

This book was really enjoyable and I couldn't put it down because I had to find out what the big secret was. Plus I also had to keep reading for all the jokes that Adam had to offer. I got lots stacked away in my head now!! haha!!
“Knock, knock.”
“Who’s there?”
“Olive who?”
“Olive You.”

Oh Adam! Such a corny guy but darnit could he take care of Claire. Beautiful!!

I recommend this book to adults who love a good suspense romance with lots of humor!!

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