Tuesday, 10 May 2016

The Season of You & Me by Robin Constantine

Sponsored post: I was able to view a digital galley of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.
The Season of You & Me
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Cassidy Emmerich is determined to make this summer—the last before her boyfriend heads off to college—unforgettable. What she doesn’t count on is her boyfriend breaking up with her. Now, instead of being poolside with him, Cass is over a hundred miles away, spending the summer with her estranged father and his family at their bed-and-breakfast at the Jersey Shore and working as the newest counselor at Camp Manatee.

Bryan Lakewood is sick of nevers. You’ll never walk. You’ll never surf. You’ll never slow dance with your date at prom. One miscalculated step and Bryan’s life changed forever—now he’s paralyzed and needs to use a wheelchair. This is the first summer he’s back at his former position at Camp Manatee and ready to reclaim some of his independence, in spite of those who question if he’s up for the job.

Cass is expecting two months dealing with heartbreak.
Bryan is expecting a summer of tough adjustments.
Neither of them is expecting to fall in love.

The Season of You & Me by Robin Constantine

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Season of You & Me “Wishing was futile. Wishing was non action.”

This was a YA contemporary romance about a girl following a recent break-up.

Cassidy was an okay character, but she did come across as running away to avoid Gavin her ex. Bryan was a bit of a stronger character, and seemed to deal well with his recent accident which had left him wheelchair bound.

The storyline in this was about Cass going to visit her father over the summer in order to avoid Gavin, and instead falling for Bryan. Cass and Bryan were quite cute together, and it was nice for Cass to be with someone other than Gavin.

The ending to this was okay, although it did leave us with the prospect of a long-distance relationship.

6 out of 10

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