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I sat and giggled all of the way through. When I read Maybe Someday in my head Warren was a bit Jack Black, archetypal funny guy with a porn obsession (not that Mr Black has a porn obsession, well I suppose he could have, he does look the type). Bridgette was a bit angry bunny boiler.
It just shows how first impressions can be so wrong.
Warren is defo a funny guy in a Jack Black stylee but he is super gorgeous too. Who would have guessed where the porn obsession came from?
Bridgette, bless her has her reasons for being a moody cow. I forgave her because her bickering with Warren was just laugh out loud funny. She gave as good as she got and he gave it back in spades.
"You kiss like you're trying to resuscitate a dead cat," she says disgusted. "You kiss like you are a dead cat."
"You probably f**k like a limp noodle." "I f**k like I'm Thor." Baaaaaaaah.
For the record, I agree, I think Warren was more like Thor.
There isn't what you would really call a plot, it's more of an exploration of the characters and discovering how they came to fall for each other. I loved the way they fell in love.
"The only difference between falling in love and being in love is that your heart already knows how you feel, but your mind is too stubborn to admit it."
"You can't change me. Everyone wants to change me, but I am who I am, and if you think me telling you that I love you, too will make me sh*t out unicorns and rainbows, you're wrong. I hate unicorns and rainbows."
Colleen really cannot write a bad book. She is THAT GOOD.
Wow, wow, wow. As soon as I finished Maybe Someday I KNEW I HAD to start Maybe Not as soon as I possibly could, I've fallen hard for these characters and needed more instantly and boy did I get more, I absolutely loved it.
Warren and Bridgette's relationship isn't anything easy, she makes it hard for him to get through to her and to watch him slowly begin to do so is absolutely beautiful, I'm just sad we didn't get more.
It was great to hear from Sydney and Ridge in it too, I loved all these characters so much, I so greedily wished we had more and that ending, it was as perfect as can be. Colleen did an amazing job with this one, Love, love, love!
I am glad the primary focus was on Warren and Bridgette with very little reference to Ridge and Sydney. I find both books complimentary to each other, yet telling different stories. Both books operate in the same time scale so both romances start and flourish around the same time. Colleen has unique ability to tell the story of healing love in a non patronising way.
Bridgette is a 'broken' girl with lots of baggage. She is harsh, rude and unlikeable. I despised Warren in Maybe Someday as shallow, non interesting porn addict. Well, he certainly is not any of those things. Neither of them is what it seems. He is a sensitive chap with great depth into him. She is a girl with a lot to offer but just scared to death to be let down once more so she builds the walls around herself. She pushes Warren away again and again. Would he have enough patience to withhold it? Can she overcome her own fears and let him in? Well, one needs to read the book to find out. :-))
The book could be read on its own.
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