{Review} One Life by A.J. Pine

{Review} One Life by A.J. PineOne Life by A.J. Pine
Also by this author: One Night, Six Month Rule
Series: Only You #2
Also in this series: One Night
Published by InterMix on October 20th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Friends to More, New Adult
Character(s): Rockstars/Musicians
Pages: 220
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In the latest from the author of One Night, tragedy causes a young woman to struggle to keep her head above water, and the only one who can help her is the guy who's been in the friend zone for the past year . . .

Every time life throws Zoe Adler a curve ball, she changes her appearance. Freshmen year—after almost following in her mother's alcoholic footsteps—she said good-bye to her blonde, girl-next-door image and opted for jet black hair and piercings galore. After her brother Wyatt's death, she escapes to the city to intern at an independent graphic novel publishing firm. Her black hair goes blue, and she finds solace in the arms of a longtime friend, in his heart, and in his bed—but her guilt makes her unable to accept the love he wants to give.

Spock might be the guy to save Zoe. But when she learns the truth about his past, the edge she's teetered on since losing Wyatt drops out from under her. The girl who kept it...

Kassiah: You already know how much I loved One Night, where we were first introduced to Zoe. I didn’t know there would be more books in this series, but damn am I glad A.J. Pine wrote more!

Zoe has been going though lots of changes, not the least of which was losing her brother, Wyatt. It’s after his funeral that Zoe reconnects with her friend, Zach aka Spock. Their friendship slips into something more, no matter how much Zoe thinks she can’t love or be loved. Will it be enough?

Once again, I find myself blown away by A.J. Pine. She’s definitely one of the most under-appreciated authors in my opinion. This story had perfect pacing and tons of swoon and romance and butterflies and sweetness. It’s emotional and authentic. Zoe was real, maybe one of the most real characters I’ve ever read. I love the way their relationship progressed, and I loved that we got to see Jess and Adam here. *swoony sigh*

I highly recommend this series to every reader who loves swoony romance and characters who will give you all the feels.

Report Card
Overall: 4.5

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