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Young Adult Fiction 1330
New Adult Light
Overall rating
 
3.0
Plot
 
3.0
Characters
 
3.0
Writing Style
 
3.0
For those who enjoy love, swoon, and more toned down smexy times in their New Adult, these are the books for you! While they are companion novels, both Never Again and Once Again can be read as stand alones without any loss of storyline.

Never Again is the story of Liz and Zach, high school sweethearts who end up on opposite sides of the country with miles of hurt feeling between them. When they do meet again at college, Liz realizes that old flames die hard but some of them never fully extinguish. Not that it matters since she's moved on with Joe. Zach is the one who doesn't seem to understand why they can't just make nice and be friends.

Try a she might to avoid him, circumstances continue to push Liz and Zach together and when tragedy strikes, he is the only person Liz can turn to. This forces Liz to face her feelings for Zach and her fears that even if he does feel the same, he could end up hurting her again. And she's the only one who can decide if he's worth the risk.

A quick read that makes for a great summer read!
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