(This Boy Trilogy #3)
by Jenna Scott
Release Date: April 27th
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Camilla and Hunter will have to fight like never before for This Love… Camilla ran from her hometown and heartbreak as fast as she could. College, with all its promises and dreams, options and open doors, was all she cared about. Doing it with her best friend Emmett was the consolation for walking away. But her past has followed her into the present yet again—this time, in the form of an unexpected arrival on campus, Hunter Beck. No matter where she goes, he’s right behind her, reminding her of what they had. What he walked away from. What he won’t let her forget. Worse, her mother and his father can’t seem to leave well enough alone. At every opportunity, Camilla and Hunter are drawn back together, only to pull apart again. Everything seems to be unravelling, just when Camilla had hoped to start putting the pieces back together. If she turns her back, she may end up running forever. But if she chooses him, it will be the fight of her life. She knows this is their last chance at happiness. But if there's one thing she's learned about Hunter Beck—he doesn't leave anything to chance.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to make an honest review for.
Oh boy what a wild ride this last book in the trilogy is! Camilla goes to Standford, her dream school, after all of the craziness that happened in the last book. Things between her and Hunter are over or so she thinks. Determined to move on she tries to make a new life for herself at her new school but things take a crazy turn when Hunter suddenly arrives on campus. Having him there leads to quite the roller coaster as things play out. I waffled between wanting to hit him and hoping he would grow up. Makes for a great romance either way. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.
About the Author:
After growing up in the midwest, Jenna Scott moved to Los Angeles for the endless summer. As an introvert in the city, she loves to people-watch in coffee shops, writing down the stories she makes up about the other patrons. Besides her fiction habit, Jenna also enjoys photography and her collection of houseplants.
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