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October 17, 2015



Every day is the same for Rhiannon. She has accepted her life, convinced herself that she deserves her distant, temperamental boyfriend, Justin, even established guidelines by which to live: Don’t be too needy. Avoid upsetting him. Never get your hopes up.
Then, out of the blue, they share a perfect day together perfect, that is, until Justin doesn’t remember anything about it. Confused, and yearning for another day as great as that one, Rhiannon starts to question everything, And that’s  when a stranger tells her that the Justin she spent time with wasn’t Justin at all.
my review
I really enjoyed reading this book it has a fantastic twist in it that no one would ever see coming.  All teenagers would love this book. School girl Rhiannon is deeply in love with her boyfriend Justin at their school. Justin can be sweet.  Justin can be angry. Justin can just chill. Rhiannon never knows what Justin she find from day-to-day. One day at school Justin decides to take Rhiannon out of school hours and chill out some where. They shared the rest of the day together having fun on the beach.  It was such a perfect day together that Rhiannon hoped that shared many more perfect days together. When Rhiannon talks to Justin about their wonderful perfect time on the beach, Justin doesn’t remember any of them at the beach together. It seems a little strange that Justin can’t remember any of it. Rhiannon seems to be leading an extraordinary life and experiencing something that makes her question everything that is going on in her life. All I can say is that David Levithan has certainly wove his magic through out this story about love between two teenagers.



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  1. Amazing review 😊

  2. I really loved this book. Great review!! 🙂

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