My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Confession time. I don’t like beards and I don’t like gingers. Put those two things together and FUHGET it – I’m out the door in no time. I don’t know why that is, gingers just don’t do it for me. Seth Rogen, Damian Lewis and David Caruso later confirmed what I knew since I was old enough to like boys.
When I think of ginger beard I see this
Strangely enough when it came to Tucker – I was a goner since book 1. And he wasn’t even in it that much. But I’m not complainingin anyway. Tucker is the sweetest, awesomest (yeah, I know that’s not a real word, sue me) boyfriend ever. And it doesn’t hurt that he’s hot as all hell.
When I think of Tucker I see this
“I hate to tell you this, Sabrina. But you’ve made a big mistake.”
“Because I’m going to ruin you for all future guys. I apologize in advance.”
Oh, babe. You can ruin me any time. I knew that boy was something special, but daaaaaaaaaamn. It’s always the quiet ones that make your blood pumping something wild.
Sabrina wasn’t really the bitch we all thought she was, she just didn’t have time for normal life.
I kinda felt for her, when I didn’t want to smack her over the head that is. She took waaaaay to much on herself. Poor Tuck had a lot of hoops to jump and a lot of concrete walls to climb over to get to that girl’s heart. He has a patience of a saint, that one.
The worst thing about this book though is that I had to mourn Beau all over again. ‘Cause yeah, Elle Kennedy hates me! Beau was the kind of guy you’d want to read a whole book about and he was taken from us unjustly. Although I get how his death made other charecters to think over their lives and all that. I get it, I just miss him. And he wasn’t even a secondary charecter. Life is so unfair sometimes. And now I’m just babbling, I’ll stop.
Final thought for the night: “handmade teddy bears are only cute when they’re not made by hockey players”.
Over and out