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she got the comfort of a mother and a happy family, along with friends who were there for her like marcos and sara.

After a less than friendly introduction Beyah and Samson soon became kindred spirits and although Samson was supposedly rich it didn’t get in the way it was his sincerity and good honest nature that shone through and the connection Beyah and Samson shares is beautiful. It’s a little slow and a little repetitive but it captures the feeling of a long, lazy summer of opening up and falling in love perfectly, and has just enough emotional turbulence to keep you interested without feeling overblown and completely unrealistic. The last two books gave hope that maybe the author is venturing into new lanes of storylines but this book tells that that enjoyable trip ended way too short. however, this book did no such thing and rather showed a person just trying to cover up their mistakes from the person they loved as a way to feel accepted and not morally wrong, like how samson knew.in this story we follow this young girl named Beyah, who lives in a trailer park with an addict for a Mother. I feel like it's best to go into this book not knowing a whole lot, as I'd say it is for most of Colleen Hoover books. However Samson does come across as a bit of a mystery there is a constant niggle but you don’t want to even go there as long as Beyah is happy that’s all that matters. After tragedy strikes with her mother, she moves from her trailer in Kentucky to a beautiful beach house in Texas.

I hope I’m misinterpreting his tone, because I’m not sure how he could be resentful of me in any way, shape, or form. Moving, passionate, and unforgettable, Colleen Hoover's novel follows two young adults from completely different backgrounds embarking on a tentative romance, unaware of what the future holds. After carving her path all on her own, Beyah is well on her way to bigger and better things, thanks to no one but herself. I may not be ending the summer with Samson by my side, but I’m ending it with something I didn’t have when I showed up here.

They are having a summer romance but they know they'll be parting ways at the end of the summer and damn. Now, at 19, she has a volleyball scholarship waiting for her in Pennsylvania, but with her mother dying of an overdose and nowhere to go, she’s forced to live with her estranged father. You might find yourself frustrated with Beyah because of how judgemental she is towards the rich people in the beginning.

it depends how much you are willing to accept them, to determine whether or not you truly do love them. she was also extremely selfless and accepted beyah for who she was, even if they did not have the same vibe. beyah lost her mother, who was considered her only family and once she moved to her father’s house, everything changed. This book is sad and devastating, Beyah experiences a lot of tragedy and hard times at such a young age and these experiences have shaped her as a person. Drawn to each other by the secrets and troubled pasts they see hiding behind their eyes, they start to develop a relationship.

Yet, she can’t deny that there’s something about Samson that intrigues her and the connection between them is too intense to ignore. she gave peanuts to everyone and loaned samson her house at the end of the book, and it’s clear that it means a lot to samson.



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