It Was You
*Due to adult themes and sexual content, this book is recommended for mature readers.*Abby Sellers knows what she wants.Enduring eighteen years in the shadow of her identical twin sister, Annika, she wants a fresh start. A chance to create her own life, separate from her conniving, deceptive... show more
*Due to adult themes and sexual content, this book is recommended for mature readers.*Abby Sellers knows what she wants.Enduring eighteen years in the shadow of her identical twin sister, Annika, she wants a fresh start. A chance to create her own life, separate from her conniving, deceptive twin.Surprising both her family and friends, Abby ditches her plans for college and enrolls at a new school instead. There, she encounters West Montgomery, a sexy fellow student who immediately disarms her with his good looks and charm. West takes a liking to Abby and she suddenly finds herself walking a thin line, fabricating a fictional life created not by lies but by omission. She soon discovers West has secrets of his own, secrets that he's not altogether interested in sharing.Out from under the shadow of her twin, Abby's life—and her relationship with West—blossoms. When Abby leaves town one weekend, something unthinkable happens and her relationship with West is shattered. Reeling from the discovery, Abby fears all of her plans have backfired and she's created a mess for both of them, a mess that no one can clean up.But West isn't willing to let her go that easily. When he forces her to confront secrets they've both been hiding, Abby must decide more than if she's willing to forgive and forget. She must also decide just what kind of life she wants...and who she wants to live it with.
Publish date: February 28th 2013
Publisher: Mission Bay Publishing
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
Series: Abby and West (#1)
This was a cute book. It wasn't too racy which I appreciated. The romance seemed to progress at a somewhat normal pace which was nice for a change. Yes, there was the 'insta-chemistry' factor but it wasn't nearly as ridiculous as it is in other new adult books. The drama was realistic too, which aga...