Somewhere at Last (Willow's Journey #2) by Julie Ann Knudsen

Somewhere at Last (Willow's Journey #2)

byJulie Ann Knudsen

Kobo ebook | September 26, 2013

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While adjusting to her new life on a tiny island, off the coast of Maine, sixteen-year-old Willow Flynn begins to enjoy the hot and carefree summer days most teenagers dream about.
Willow has only two priorities before the start of her junior year of high school: making money at her first real job and spending the rest of her free time with her boyfriend, Michael.
But dreams have a way of crashing, especially when a serious illness threatens the very survival of the boy she has come to love, the boy she’s begun to trust and the boy she cannot live without.

Title:Somewhere at Last (Willow's Journey #2)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 26, 2013Publisher:Julie Ann KnudsenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1301086940

ISBN - 13:9781301086948

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent Sequel I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Wait... What?! Did they do what I think they did? Also, was not expecting that twist at the very end. Once again, this book was alright, something I would recommend if you're not looking for something heavy or have to give much thought to. I found that in this book, Willow was a lot more naive, which was annoying because everything that was implied had to be explained to her. It made her look super dumb, which I don't think she is supposed to be. I also wasn't too fond of how easily Michael and Willow got jealous. Like, Michael would see Willow talking to Justin and then wouldn't talk to her for two days because he thought that she was cheating. And visa versa when Michael talked to a different girl. Michael and Willow's relationship seems very forced, I didn't feel their love. Also, the fact that Michael got uber angry when she said no to him really which made me really angry, like dude, respect your girl's wishes. They were also very cheesy. I still don't understand the need for Tessa's character, but oh well. Willow and Tessa's relationship confuses me because they are very rude to each other but still remain somewhat friends. While there were a bunch of things that I didn't like about this book, the storyline was what got me.... And Justin, he was awesome! He is probably one of the only characters that I actually like. Either way, the story had me hooked and I just had to know what happened, and that's what kept me reading.
Date published: 2014-02-02