After a car accident puts her in a coma, Samantha awakens to find her best friend, Robin, never left her side. While she recovers, Sam realizes there’s more between them than just friendship. However, she’s afraid that if it doesn’t work out between them, it will ruin their friendship. Sam’s brush with death gives her a renewed understanding of how short life really is.
Deciding the possible benefits are worth the risk, she faces the challenges from her over-protective family head on and leaps into life with both feet, but when more challenges come their way, can Sam and Robin handle them together?
I enjoyed this book. It started out slow but it picked up in the middle. I had a little trouble reading it because of the grammar errors. Aside from that the book was quite enjoyable. Robin and Samantha's story is a cute one. I love that they were best friends and because of Samantha's car accident that they realize that they are more than friends and want to be together. They have some trials but in the end it turns around and they get there happy ending. I would recommend this to my friends and the only advice I would give is to have it edited before the final book comes out. I rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars.
Melissa was born and raised in Arizona, she’s spent her entire life living across the southern half of the state. She’s found that, along with her husband and three children, she prefers the small towns and rural life to feeling packed into a city.
She started reading at a very young age, and her love for series started early, as the first real books she remembers reading is the Boxcar Children series by Gertrude Chandler Warner. Through the years she’s found that there’s little she won’t read, and her tastes vary from westerns, to romance, to sci-fi / fantasy and Horror.
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