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I'm Denny Smith. I moved away to my nan's house after my parents happily kicked me out. Why, you ask? Because I ruined my future, so they say. If you ask me, I was a naive 17-year-old girl who chose to sleep with the boy she had loved from afar for years, only for him to want nothing to do with me in return. So here I am, back at the one place I had hoped to never return, where I'll attend court as a witness. Now I have to face him...Mason. There's no other way around it. He can't know my secret...but he will. 

When I returned, I expected him to have moved on with at least a million and one other girls, to have forgotten the naive school girl with a crush that followed him around like a lost puppy, but I was wrong. What I got when I arrived was five brothers, a granddad, a pushy grandma, and a best friend who would stop at nothing to make me stay. But only one of them has the power to make me stay...Mason. After everything, can I truly trust him again or will he continue to break my heart? If you mess with one Carter brother, you mess with them all.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Lisa Helen Gray (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Melissa Yost
  • 01-03-20

Narration was fine but the story is ridiculous.

This story is ridiculous. It really romanticizes teenage pregnancy without any real life included. The story is ALL about Denny’s growing belly and makes her out to be such a wimpy person, cringing when the baby kicks and everyone acting really worried and asking Are You Okay? Omg. She acts like she’s disabled. It’s a pregnancy. They are a bit immature too which is to be expected given their age. It was a hard book to get through. The ending is even more ridiculous with her evil mother, the grandma poking holes in condoms, and the premature baby that is totally fine that never went to NICU. So unrealistic. I’m glad this book is finally done. I liked the first one, but this was painful. I really hope the ones that follow aren’t as dumb.