Genre: Contemporary Romance
Stars: 4.5 of 5
Age Group: New Adult
* * I have received a free copy of the book provided by NetGalley* *
Blurb:Andrés, why can’t it be enough that I love you? That I want to spend forever with you. Why must you expect so much more? I’m not ready for marriage and a family. I don’t know if I ever will be.
Christina, I need to know that what I’m putting into this relationship isn’t all for nothing. To me, you mean everything. But I won’t be your stepping stone. Because as much as it would kill me, if you refuse to commit to something more, I will walk away.
Will Christina ever be ready? Will Andrés stay or walk? Will their love endure or is it doomed before they even have a chance?
* * Just a quick note to you readers that this book number two and this is NOT a stand alone and I highly suggest you lovely readers to check out book one before you get to this book. Be sure to check out my review to the first book Say When :-) * *
Andrés and Christina are going through the downs and up for every relationships. Because of her past experiences Christina doesn't want kids. Meanwhile Andrés as a huge family and is being pessured by his family about putting a ring on her finger and when are kids coming into the picture. It is all just too much for Christina, she is at the point where she feels pressured with visiting Ty and her nasty ex-fiance with the fart smelling breath or being with Andrés. Things just seem to get worse and their entire relationship is getting strained.
Once again Tara West has come up with another fantastic book. I loved this book from the very start and pretty much did nothing until I was done with the book. Unfortunately now I have to go back to the real world and take care of a bunch of stuff that I haven't taken care of due to this book. I loved the characters and of course hated her biotch of a mother and her ex-best friend. Now even though I loved that there was both Andrés and Christina's point of view I wish there was more of Andrés POV. This book was well written and characters well-developed and I enjoyed this book very much. Throughout the book I just wanted her ex-fiance to give up the baby to Christina. If there a person who should have Ty is Christina. I love that Christina is relatable. I feel for her situation getting pressured to have kids, shes young has a reason for not having children and people should back off of her. Also shes been Andrés for a short while, theres no need to rush or worry about commitment. They are young and they should take advantage of their freedom before they worry about children, commitment, and marriage.
Overall I loved the book and think you readers will love it too. Highly Recommend!