This book asks the question can two broken people come together to make a relationship that works?
Clark is the epitome of a male-slut. He enjoys his one-night stands and doesn’t believe in letting the women get the upper hand in the relationship. He was brought up from an early edge believing that women aren’t going to stick around, so it is better to leave them before they have a chance to leave you.
Aubrey has her own issues with relationships that stem from issues from her teen years. She has been told that she isn’t worth anything, and the only thing she is good for is her body. So her way to cope is also having meaningless sex.
Clark and Aubrey’s emotional baggage is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what is holding them back from being able to find a lasting relationship with some form of commitment.
When reading the book I really got sucked into the life of Aubrey and Clark, they are very real and relatable.
Throughout this book we gain more insight into not only Clark and Aubrey but also their group of friends. They have an amazing support system within their circle of friends and we get to see this time and time again throughout the book.
Josie Bordeauzx covers some pretty hard-core issues throughout this book and does it with dignity and respect for the content.
There is just so much emotion throughout this book; it can take a toll on the reader. That being said I do believe it is well worth the time, once I began reading it I couldn’t put it down. The dynamic among the characters throughout the book was captivating and made me sad to see the story end. Thank you Josie for an amazing read!!!!