Anything More Than Now Synopsis:
Reagan Landry is months away from college graduation, but instead of excitement, she’s frozen by the fear of letting go — of her ex-boyfriend, of the comfortable life she created for herself in Portland, of the years-long search for her older sister who abandoned her as a homeless teen. When she’s finally forced to decide what’s next, Reagan is met with another complication — her ex’s best friend, Noah Burke, who seems determined that she embraces what could be instead of what has been.
Drunkenly hooking up with his best friend’s ex, Reagan, is a mistake, but being secretly in love with her is so much worse when things seem one-sided. A disenchanted frat boy about to fail out of college, Noah has been living out someone else’s dream after a horrible accident five years earlier. Just when he thinks he’s lost any chance he has with Reagan, she surprises him by agreeing to spend the summer together at his family’s ranch in Montana.
And suddenly what started out as a complication between them becomes serious...until the past starts ripping apart their future.
My 3.5 star review of Anything More than Now.
This is book two in the Sutton College series by Rebecca Paula. The first was Between Everything and Us, it has different characters though. This story focuses on Reagan and Noah.
Reagan is months away from her college graduation and she can’t seem to get over the past. She doesn’t have the comfort of her boyfriend anymore and she has given up hope searching for her older sister, who has been missing since she was a teenager. She has to make decisions that are hard, and sometimes that isn’t easy to do.
Noah is the hero and is actually in love with Reagan, but she is off limits because she used to date his best friend. But Noah is bound and determined to get Reagan to see the light and begin something with him. Then there is a drunken hook up between them- and he thinks it will change it all. He thinks he has a chance, especially when Reagan agrees to spend the summer at his family’s ranch in Montana.
The relationship happened rather slowly and organically- and that’s just what I expected it to be like. I really enjoyed that about these two. There were some plot twists that I didn’t guess and wasn’t expecting so that was exciting to me too. I wanted them both to find what they were looking for- and they did, so it was very much a happy ending for me.
Rebecca Paula Bio:
Rebecca writes smart, emotional New Adult and historical romances featuring flawed characters struggling to find their place in the world, from Paris to Portland. She’s a lover of rainy days, an unabashed anglophile, and a devote Earl Grey tea drinker. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and their very spoiled cat, Bella. A wanderlust connoisseur, Rebecca can be caught daydreaming about her next travel adventure when not writing.
She is the author of EVERLY AFTER, BETWEEN EVERYTHING AND US, and the upcoming releases ETIQUETTE WITH THE DEVIL, A PROPER SCANDAL, and ANYTHING MORE THAN NOW.
Rebecca loves hearing from readers and writers. You can follow her on Twitter @beckapaula or find out more about her and her books at www.rebeccapaula.com.
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