We’ve been inseparable since she moved next door
when we were six years old. Then it all changed.
I don’t know when or why, but suddenly I want
more. I wanther. The problem was she didn’t.
everything changes when you cross that line between friends and lovers.
I thought convincing her to give us a chance would
be my biggest hurdle. Little did I know that was only the beginning.
Mia consumes all of my thoughts when we’re apart,
and all of my senses when we’re together. There’s no going back to the way
things were and I’ll do whatever it takes to make sure she isn’t just my first,
but also my last.
Will we be able to hold on, or will our
relationship go up in flames?
First of all, I absolutely love this cover!! Holy Hotness!! I really liked First and Last!! My heart broke a
couple of times there, but thankfully Rachael put it back together. This story
is told completely from Blake’s point of view. I was surprised it was all from
the male’s perspective, but I think Rachael did a great job writing him. He was
definitely one of those book boyfriends you want to hold on to. A little sappy, yes, but a definite lover. Did he make
mistakes? Absolutely, but he always did so with good intentions. He did
everything for Mia.
Mia was kind of like the dude in this
relationship. She was very hesitant to get in to the relationship with Blake
since they were best friends since being kids. At the same time, she was all in
when they did start dating. She was a great heroine, super sweet, beautiful and
smart. These two were meant for each other, which made some of Blake’s
decisions give me heart burn.
The twists and flashbacks kept me teary-eyed. The
story was not how I was expecting it to be told and without giving too much
away, the ending, just ahhh. Then the epilogue in Mia’s perspective….GAH!! Get
your box of tissues!