4 out of 5 stars
Logan and Carver meet at camp and, even though they only see each other for 2 weeks a year, are each other’s first love. Their intense love ends painfully for both parties, however, and the two carry on leading their separate lives.
A pity date to a basketball game and one knocked-out tooth later, and Logan and Carver meet again. Upon seeing each other, their wounds are ripped open. Can they take their second chance?
And dual POVs!! I’m a complete sucker for dual POVs. And Sierra Hill does it right; there wasn’t a time during Carver’s POV where I was wishing for Logan, and vice versa.
This is my first book by Sierra Hill, and I now wouldn’t hesitate to read another of her books. She kind of reminds me of Morgan Matson (only Sierra’s book had lots of sex).
My only teeny complaint is that Logan irritated me a little bit towards the end. She just kept pushing Carver away, and there were a few times I was like “What? Why?”. She sort of ran hot and cold. I get she was just trying to protect herself, but I would have liked more info about her relationships with her dad and brothers. They weren’t mentioned that much, but they had clearly affected Logan if she feels the need to protect her heart from other men.
*Thank you very much to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me the chance to read this book*