Title: Going Nowhere
Author: K.M. Galvin
Series: Twenty-Something #1
Release date: January 7th 2014
Marisol Finnegan has done everything right to ensure that when she graduated college she'd have the kickass life she always wanted. That's what we're told right? A + B = C? Yeah, well sometimes C is being a twenty-four year old virgin moving home with your parents.
So not ideal.
Before entering this tragically pathetic phase of her life, Marisol stops at a bar for a drink. It's here where her life really changes when she meets her catalyst...Jason Scott.
After everything you've ever done has backfired and you no longer trust yourself how are you able to navigate a relationship? How do you even begin to love yourself let alone someone else?
(*I received a copy for this tour. I'm not a paid reviewer and all thoughts expressed are my own.*)
Hmm words I'd use to describe Going Nowhere... Stupendous,Wondous, Sexy, Hot, Fun, Flirty, and full of heart/emotion.Whichever word you use know that it's just an all around AMAZING read! K.M Galvin had a way with words that keeps you entertained and engrossed into the story until the very last page..then leaves you craving for more!
Going Nowhere is told in the POV of a girl named Marisol 'Mari' who finds herself having to move back in with her parents after finishing college. Down and hating life she walks into a bar, this is were things changed around for her but she was to blind to notice at first. She meets the amazingly yummy, charming ( and one of my favorite book boyfriends ever!) Jason Scott. *Sigh* Just saying his name make me drool. He and Mari become close friends and try to fight their attraction for each other. Jason help Mari get a job watching his nephew. Watching Mari interact with Jason and his family was fun.
"So I’m already in love with him.” I said conversationally to Jason.
“That quick, huh? It was the light up sneakers wasn’t it? Women love a good pair of shoes.” He smiled at me as he handed me the pretty cake.
“Actually it was the dimples. They could melt even the coldest of hearts.”
These characters were all so fun and witty. They worked so well together and brought a full circle of completion to the story. As much as Jason and Mari try to deny each other it seems they are headed towards something hot and heavy but with happy things it always seems some heartbreak is attached. Things thankfully have a way of working out. In the end when everything is laid out and brought all together fantastically.
All in all I extremely loved Going Nowhere and I'm craving more for this series. I can't wait to see more characters get their stories told. Get to writing faster K.M. I NEED more!! :)
Would I recommend this read? Most Definitely! This one is worth the read for a book lovin', body rockin, stars shooting of a time!
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