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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Review Beautiful Things Never Last ~ Steph Campbell

"You told me a long time ago that beautiful things never last. But I think you're wrong. I think they can. if you fight for them. If You let them change, Quinn. They can morph into something even better. If you make it work"

This book was AMAZING! So much better then Grounding Quinn which I loved. Seeing how Quinn and Ben grew and flourished together was awesome. Now Ben Ben Ben what can I say besides I wanted to HURT him slap him strangle him what an idiot! And don't even get me started on little Ms. Manipulation Caroline! Still loved Carter tho because he's just so supportive. That quote up at the top that moment in this book had me in tears. This book is a must read! 5 out of 5 hearts! (no stars this book needs hearts!) It could be read with out reading Grounding Quinn first but i wouldn't recommend it.


Synopsis


Mature Content: Language, sexual situations, alcohol

It’s been a year since Quinn's life was changed for good by that Christmas kiss from Ben.

A year spent getting her life together. No more crazy parents looking over her shoulder, no more self-destructive behavior or secrets. Now, she and Ben share everything— including a tiny apartment, and a beautiful love.

Since he met Quinn, Ben’s life has been full of change. After finally standing up to his mom, he’s cut ties with his family and moved across the country with the only girl he’s ever wanted. But there’s something to be said for feeling needed, and he’s not sure that he is anymore.

When Quinn’s accepted into a month long culinary program in Italy, she’s ecstatic. But while she’s in a gorgeous country learning gnocchi and pesto, Ben’s blowing off her calls and pulling back.

But someone from Ben’s past walks back into his life, and he finally feels like he has a purpose again. Someone to take care of... Someone to save.

When Quinn returns, and the who's and why's of Ben's behavior are revealed, how does she have any choice but to walk away from the only guy she's ever loved?

And how can Ben ever learn to let her go?

In this follow-up to the 2011 release, GROUNDING QUINN, love and loss take on new meanings when roles are reversed, and the lengths that we go to to protect our hearts are challenged in new ways.


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