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Review: Say It Again by S.Moose

Title: Say It Again
Series: Say It #1
Author: S. Moose
Genre: New Adult
 Release Date: March 24, 2017


People always leave.

After graduating from college, Cameron Pratt’s spending the summer with her best friend, Grace Shea. There’s only one problem. Her brother, Jacob, will be there too.

Jacob Shea. Only one word describes him. Douchebag.

His touch doesn’t make her body tremble.

His eyes don’t see her heart.

He’s nothing to her and she wants nothing to do with him.

When Jacob finds out Cameron’s in town, he’s doing everything he can to win back her trust and make her see how good they’ll be together.

Will Jacob be able to open Cameron's eyes, or will the walls around her heart be too high and unbreakable?

Cameron is suffering from MAJOR trust issues. Honestly I can't say that I blame her for being this way. Her parents passed away before she turned 18. Her ex boyfriend betrayed her trust in the worst way. So it's no surprise she's on the fence with Jacob. They spent one unforgettable night together and he just left, no word, note, nothing. So after this she's pretty much closed off and guarded. 

Jacob has always regretted the way he left things with Cameron. She was the one who got away and the one he can't forget no matter how hard he tries. Doesn't help that his sister, Grace is best friends with her. Will Jacob be able to prove to Cameron he deserves another chance? Is Jacob worth another chance? 

So this story had a lot going on! Cameron and Jacob have a past history. Jacob wants to win Cameron back so he comes clean about why he left her that one night. Once the secret comes out (it's a good one) I get why he did what he did. Cameron on the other hand made the boy guy suffer over and over. I mean come on!! Jacob did the right thing given his situation. Granted he could have called her but still. Cameron was too immature at times in this book and she worked my last nerve. Very hot and cold. Jacob had patience of a Saint throughout this story. We have a lot of tense moments and I did enjoy those moments. I love reading a book and not quite knowing where the book was heading at times. I'm also happy to report that Cameron improved as the book went on and I ended up liking her better. 

We are also introduced to secondary characters Grace and Aidan. Aidan is best friends with Jacob. He lost his wife and hasn't been able to move on. Grace has feelings for Aidan. We all know where this is headed! So at this point in my mind there has to be a book about them coming soon! You can tell this book will be gut wrenching! Don't let me down, Moose! 

S. Moose is an author that I've heard of and never read until now. For my first time reading I have to say I did enjoy the story. The plot was good and held my attention. I did have one minor issue but nonetheless it was still a good read. 

4 Book Corner Stars 
*an arc was given for an honest review*

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S. Moose is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of new adult romance. She writes emotional and romantic stories that will make you swoon, cry, yell, laugh, and love.

She is living her own happily ever after with a man who loves her with his whole heart. She is a proud mother to their beautiful son, and adorable puppy.

When she is not writing you can find her hanging out with her family, and friends, getting lost in romantic books, and indulging on Starbuck lattes.

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