Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Thank you to Netgalley and Simon and Schuster Canada for my free review copy. This is my second book by these authors and I loved it. Tate has lived a very sheltered life in her small town with her mother and grandmother. To celebrate her 18th birthday she goes to London with her grandmother. This is the first big trip for her. Another man and his grandson befriend them at their hotel and they begin each day having breakfast together and then sightseeing together. Sam is 21 and has lived a life with his grandparents that has has been with fewer boundaries than Tate’s. Sam and Tate connect and fall in love. Tate feels so comfortable with Sam that she tells him a big secret about her. Sam sells her out to the tabloids and Tate’s life is never the same. She goes on to be a famous actress and between hating Sam she also still loves him. They have had no contact since that fateful time in London. Imagine Tate’s shock when he is the screenwriter for her next movie. At first she is horrified but as they reconnect truths come out about why Sam sold her out and what has happened in his life in the ensuing years. This was a great story and I loved it. I also loved the secondary characters that are important in Tate’s life. Can Sam and Tate recapture what they had all those years ago? Is it even possible to move past the hurt Sam caused Tate? This book kept me reading long into the night to find out the answers to these questions.
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