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Maybe Someday by [Hoover, Colleen]
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About the Author

Colleen Hoover is the New York Times bestselling author of five novels: her first series Slammed, Point of Retreat and This Girl and a second series with Hopeless and Losing Hope. She lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. Follow her on Twitter @colleenhoover and on Facebook.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3401 KB
  • Print Length: 385 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (18 Mar. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H0G2FRI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 227 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,383 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I’m actually writing this review after staying up until 3am in order to finish the book. Bear in mind I only started yesterday and you’ll quickly realise that this is one of those books you need to read in one sitting. Be warned. Today I feel like I’ve been hit by a truck of emotion, I will attempt to be coherent but don’t count on it.

Maybe Someday is a tricky book for me because it tackles one of the issues I have very strong feelings about CHEATING. Normally that would mean I wouldn’t touch the book with a ten foot barge pole but hey it’s Colleen Hoover and I’ve loved everything she’s written so far (apart from that incident in Losing Hope – yeah you know what I’m talking about don’t you Holder) so I tore my way through it. When I say I speed my way through it, this was accompanied by some very ugly crying on multiple occasions, as well as a lot of curse words floating about. It brought out some really strong feelings in me and most surprisingly for me, it made me feel empathy for the characters. I KNOW WTH right? Maybe Someday is raw, it’s real and most definitely relatable. However, I did want to throttle the main characters on more than one occasion.

Sydney gets cheated on by her boyfriend of 2 years with her best friend, to make matters worse it’s on her birthday. She’s begun a friendship with Ridge, who lives opposite based on their combined musical talent and connection on that level. As she lives with her former best friend she finds herself homeless, saving the day Ridge offers her a room in his apartment. They can be friends right? Even though the air practically sizzles when they’re together and their connection and easy relationship is just one of those things, right? Because Ridge has a girlfriend who he would never leave, for more reasons than one.
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This book came as a recommendation to me from my lovely twitter friend Kelli. I was raving about Ugly Love having read an advanced copy to be part of the blog tour and raving about Colleen Hoover in general when Kelli recommended this to me. I am a fan of Colleen Hoover anyway after reading Hopeless, Slammed and her latest novel Ugly Love, so this story just completely reaffirmed my love of her writing.

Maybe Someday is about main character Sydney who after finding out her boyfriend is cheating on her, with her best friend and roommate no less, she temporarily moves in with handsome musician Ridge.

I have so much love for this book! I want to just go on and on and on about every single thing that I loved but I think my review would end up miles long here! Let’s take the characters to start. This beautiful book is dual POV (which I loved btw) so you really get to know both sides of the story from the two main characters Ridge and Sydney. Having this dual POV realy plays a big part in the story, which I won’t elaborate on for fear of spoiling it, but it felt almost necessary to have Ridge’s side of the story in this one in particular.

Sydney’s character was easy to get to know and like in the beginning of the story. It was also easy to have an instant empathy towards her after she finds out her boyfriend and roommate have been together behind her back. Seeing Ridge through her eyes in the beginning, from a distance, also sets you up for meeting him. Gorgeous and a musician Ridge appears to be the epitome of book boyfriend-ness with one exception - his girlfriend Maggie.

There are some big issues in this story, and one that is always either present or at the back of your mind throughout is cheating.
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I usually try to give an idea of the storyline when I review a book and pretty much manage to do this without putting any spoilers in. This review is going to be short. Read this book. It will hold your attention from line one. It will make you swoon, gasp, cry, laugh out loud, ignore your family and firmly embed itself in your head and heart. I'm going to another website to discuss with others who have read it already so I cannot spoil it for anyone.You should go in blind to this story to fully appreciate the twists in it. The soundtrack gave me goosebumps. Mr Peterson is awesome. Just to say , EPILOGUE, my copy didn't have one but the review on TotallyBookedBlog by Jenny and Gitte takes you to a link which does give you an epilogue which made me feel complete and finished the novel beautifully.
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I'll be honest with you, though I wanted to read Maybe, Someday because I'm a fan of the Hopless series by Colleen Hoover, I only picked it up when I did because I was looking for something different to read. I had just finished a dystopian book that blew me away and in a bid to stop myself getting in slump I decided it would be best for me to pick something up completely different. Never, not once, did I expect to fall in love with this book as much as I did.

At first glance Maybe, Someday looks like just your typical New Adult book about a love triangle. Sydney finds out one day that her boyfriend of two years had been cheating on her with non other than her best friend and roommate. In one day not only does she find herself homeless, without two of the most important people in her life, but to make matter worse it was her 22nd birthday. So what does she do? she goes and live's with Ridge, a musician she's been friends with for 2 weeks. This is where you may think "god Stacie, how could this book be any different than the rest? I bet she ends up with Ridge and it'll be the same story I've read countless times" well if you keep reading I'll tell you.

Sydney and Ridge connect over music. She helps him with his writers block, helps him to come up with some really good material for his band in exchange for rent free accommodation. Song writing is hard, it involves a lot of late nights, frustration and hours spent together. They begin to develop feelings for each other, and though the would normally be a good thing and everything would go swimmingly, Sydney isn't aware about Ridge's girlfriend of 5 years, obviously instantly adding drama to the mix. But not the bad kind, I promise.

Unlike in other books, they fight their feelings.
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