Title: My Unexpected
Author: Lia Gilmore
Genre: YA, Contemporary romance
Release Date: November 16, 2017
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Falling for someone can be so easy: you do it.
You don’t think about it rationally.
You think with your heart.
But, sometimes there is a big gap between what you want to happen and the reality: destiny plays with your life making things harder.
Maggie Reynolds is a college girl. She never thought she could fall in love.
The idea that someone could actually see her like a potential girlfriend started to fade in her mind.
She is quite shy, the girl who doesn’t want attention upon her.
Logan O’connor is a boy that is trying to make a dream come true.
He wants to be a pilot. He is bold, attractive and makes all the girls swoon.
Their meeting is funny and unpredictable.
Probably it’s from that very moment that their lives will change forever.
The ‘unexpected’ is right around the corner, and you can never be prepared. Especially if it is about love.
**MY UNEXPECTED is a stand alone, full-length contemporary romance. Due to sex scenes, a blonde witty heroine, and a too-hot to be true and surprising hero, it is recommended to readers ages 16 up.**
This book was sent to me I exchange of an honest review
Today’s review is of our newest author Lia Gilmore who has just made her debut with this novel.
The story is told from a dual POV.
Maggie Reynolds a shy “nerdy” girl who meets (more like bumps into lol) her new classmate Logan O’Connor who’s dream is to become a pilot.
the story is cute yet I felt it’s kinda rushed most if the time, like when Maggie met Logan and suddenly she’s all jealous and hurt when he’s talking to other girls, and when they said the L word.
Maggie seems like a fun cute girl especially with her blushing. But she’s a weak character that there were moments where I was so frustrated with her.
Logan is described as this hot dude that girls would fell under his spell in a matter of seconds only to become a cheating jerk once he moves to the states because he so misses his long-distance girlfriend. what a terrible excuse!!
On another note, At the mention of any pilot from any other book, my mind totally imagines Miles Archer (from Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover) is it just me? lol
This is the debut novel of a debut author whom I wish the best of luck in the future.