Contemporary Romance, New Adult

Maybe Duet by Colleen Hoover

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Maybe Someday

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ANOTHER GROUND BREAKING WORK BY THE WONDERFUL COLLEEN HOOVER!!!

Sydney Blake just learned on her birthday that her boyfriend and best friend have been cheating on her behind her back. With the help of her kind of friend/neighbor, Ridge Lawson, she found herself living with him and his two roommates. As Sydney help Ridge write lyrics for his music, sparks began to fly and threaten to explode. But there were things that Sydney doesn’t know about Ridge that would alter the little world they’ve been living in… and it seems like history is repeating itself.

One of the best reads of 2013!!! I love all the characters. Seriously, Sydney, Ridge, Warren, Bridgette and Maggie were all essential personas that made the book so brilliant. Their different personalities seem to seep from the pages and pour out to the readers. I don’t think I’ve ever read a love story with no villain. It broke my heart into a million pieces when things come to light, when the truth came out. Maybe Someday will not fail to make you laugh so hard it would make you cry and make you cry so hard it’s not even funny.

Read: December 24, 2013

Rating: 5 Stars

Maybe Not

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We met Warren Russel as Ridge’s best friend and roommate. He had a love/hate relationship with Bridgette Cox. That was all we know right? Maybe Not is here to shed light on how Bridgette Cox came to be part of Warren’s life.

“She’s the best worst thing that’s ever happened to me.”

I’ve been wishing this book for so long because I’m truly curious on how these two became lovers. I didn’t really see it coming back in Maybe Someday. So imagine my shock when they’re suddenly declaring love for one another after trading barbs and insults for so long. It was fun reading Maybe Not because I feel like it was a behind-the-scenes of Maybe Someday. I love how it showed that even two very different persons can find their way to love.

Read: December 25, 2014

Rating: 4 Stars

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