Someday Girl (Someday #1) by Melanie Shawn


Someday Girl (The Someday Series Book 1)


Synopsis:

Someday…

For Cat Nichols, someday was finally here. Going away to college meant a fresh and new start for the girl who lived locked away in a prison of insecurities. She was ready to experience new things and meet new people. But she wasn’t ready for him…

Jace Butler had experienced things that no person should have to. Trying to come to terms with his past and live in the present was a constant struggle for the man whose demons lie dormant beneath the skin of his rippling body and sexy smile. But when she walked into his life, the chance for a better life came with her…

After finding each other, Cat and Jace also find that both past and present issues are trying to ruin their chance for a better future. Issues that will have to be dealt with for once and for all…together or apart.

Review:

Someday Girl started off and I was a little confused as to why Cat was like she was. The first few pages I just thought I don't know if this will be the book for me. Then you quickly find out more about her and everything comes together. Then I loved it. I loved Cat and Jace and they are like perfect for each other. 

Cat does not have many real life experiences. In fact I am surprised she was even aloud to go off to college by herself. From everything you learn about her past, about her mom, it just doesn't seem like she would have consented to that. Sure she is an adult, but her mom is pretty messed up. You can't help but feel for Cat, but at the same time you are just so happy for her starting her life. She doesn't really seem to have a lot of issues which surprised me. She has a good head on her shoulders and is just so sweet! I loved her. 

Jace doesn't have a very good past either and he tries to stay away from Cat. He doesn't want to drag her into his darkness, but then again he can't stay away. From the moment they saw each other both of them were drawn to the other. It was so much fun to watch! Jace is a great guy, super protective of Cat and really just what she needs. And she is just what he needs to help him deal with some issues. It was great. 

In this book we have Jace learning to face some of his past and moving on from it. He does make some mistakes, but you can just see how much he cares and Cat is not someone to hold a grudge and be cruel just because. I started getting to the end of the book and just thought no! I am not ready for this to be over yet! I don't want to say goodbye to these characters yet. Thankfully I have two more books to read! The next one we will probably see Cat try and overcome her past and then happily ever after eventually. I cannot wait!

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

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