20 August 2014

Review: Rhett

Rhett by JS Cooper

Rhett Madison has it all... the money, the car, the looks, and an incredible best friend. So most people did not understand his friendship with Clementine, but Rhett did not care because she meant the world time. She was the one person he could always count on to be there for him, someone that he could turn to. When Rhett was little his mother left and he never really got over it. Since that time he vowed to never fall in love, never get married, never do relationships and since he had Clementine, he never looked at her in that light. But now things are changing, he is noticing Clementine as more then a friend, more then like a sister; she is beautiful and someone that he is becoming more and more attracted to. And when she starts dating, he has a lot to figure out before he loses the one person that stole his heart a long time ago.

Rhett is an amazing story of two friends that love each other and share a bond that cannot be broken easily. He is loyal and caring and charming and just a bit cocky, but that is what makes him so endearing. I love how he has to reevaluate his life when he thinks he has lost Clementine and then how he plans to win her back. I enjoyed this book so much that I had to stay up all night until I finished it; and it was well worth it. I am a huge JS Cooper fan and she does not let me down with this standalone book. 

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