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Hello. My name is Tricia, and I have an addiction, an addiction to fiction. Fellow addicts, I welcome you with open arms. Blogger over @ bookwormcoalition.wordpress.com


Be With Me - J. Lynn

     I liked a lot about Be With Me, I liked how Teresa was always so confident in her feelings for Jace, she was strong in that sense. There were times when I found her to be nature beyond her years, but others when she seemed a little naive and her true age did show through. She definitely had a huge heart, and really had a way of seeing the best in people, and I thought that was awesome. I really liked Jace, I thought his story was brilliant and totally different from anything I've read in NA so far.

      One thing I really missed was the snarky wit that I've grown so accustomed to in JLA books. Not to say that there wasn't any, there was, but Teresa and even Jace both seemed more subdued than most of her other characters.

      This book started out a little slow, there wasn't a whole lot going on besides the will they won't they dance. But she definitely made up for that with the last half of the book. There was a lot going on, and a few surprises.

I loved the last half of the book!! And I was all kinds of mushy at the ending. I really like all the characters in this series, and I would love to see more of them! Calla was a good new addition to this bunch, and I think she'll have a really interesting story to tell...hopefully!

      Jennifer Armentrout is undoubtedly one of my all time favorite authors. She is one of the few that I would buy her books without even needing to know anything else about them other than, she wrote it. Seriously, I've never been disappointed by anything I've read of hers, and this book was no exception. I also thought that it was amazing that one of her fans, and her amazing cupcakes made it into this book. So cool!