I loved this book almost as much as the first. You get to see Reed's POV which makes you fall for him, over and over again. He dream as always been playing professional football but that dream becoming second to Nolan, who he would do anything for, including giving up on his dream of playing for the NFL.
Nolan has a lot to deal with also, school, her insecurities that she is not good enough for Reed and having to deal with Reed's crazy mother who is trying to break them up every second she gets. Just when they start to get the hang of it, they get hit with a life altering tragedy that Nolan has a hard time moving on from.
I loved that the book did not feel rushed. You got to live it with them without the feeling that you missed something.
I really hated Reed's brother Jason and wanted to strangle him more than once!
I am glad that Nolan and Reed finally got their Happily Ever After but the the ride was a very bumpy emotional one and I still have a slight book hangover!
*I received a free copy of this book via Netgalley for an honest review*