Sydney has life sorted - college, a part time job, a gorgeous boyfriend, and a flat which she shares with her best friend... until she finds out that Hunter has been cheating on her.
As Sydney's world crashes around her, she finds solace in the music of the guy next door, Ridge, a gorgeous guitar player who practises on his balcony every night.
Sydney and Ridge are inevitably drawn to each other, and begin writing songs together, but life isn't always as simple as it seems...
- Publication Date:
- 03 / 03 / 2014
- 135 x 210mm
On a complete other level of AMAZING!
This book was absolutely the most amazing book I have read in a while! Hardly ever does a book have me completely hooked at the very first line like this one did. Hoover has perfected what romance is and bundled it into the words on these pages. This book gave me literal butterflies - just so much angst! Hoover completely encompasses the ideal of showing without saying to the point that I felt like I was emerged in the story feeling and discovering everything along with the characters. This book has the perfect balance between serious and funny - her one-liners had me giggling out loud. Not very often does a book leave me completely lost afterwards, not even knowing how to exist for a solid hour after reading the final chapter. I can't express enough that everyone should go and read this book. GO and READ it now....!
This story was so full of heartbreak that I almost died right along with Sydney and Ridge and Maggie.
I sort of predicted the Ridge-Maggie thing but what I didn't anticipate was how well Hoover would write it, beyond expectations and absolutely incredible.
I fell a little in love with every guy character in this book, including the habitual porn watcher Warren. He's a bit cute in a brash, crude sort of way. But Ridge. SWOOOOON.
This is definitely the most unique book I've ever read, not only because of Ridge but because of the soundtrack. Griffin Peterson's songs added a whole other level of emotion to this story and I found the listening to them as they appear in the book whilst sitting with my eyes closed made the story magical and absolutely real.
I LOVED Maybe Someday. - Samantha (QBD)