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Book Title: Nova & Quinton. No Regrets|
The author of the book: Jessica Sorensen
Date of issue: December 8th 2014
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 24.67 MB
Read full description of the books Nova & Quinton. No Regrets:4 healing stars!!!
Forgiveness. If only more people could do it. Then maybe there’d be less pain in the world.
Jessica Sorensen is the queen of hitting me right in the feels. Every. Single. Time. Has she written a book I haven’t cried while reading? I don’t think so. She is one of my go to authors. I love her broken characters and heart wrenching stories. Quinton and Nova’s story has been difficult and painful to read. This one had it’s moments, but overall it wasn’t as devastating as the others.
When we last saw Quinton, he was getting the help he needed. With Nova’s help and persistence, he was trying to get better. She has been the one person who has always been there for him and fought for him.
Now he’s back in Seattle with his father, trying to pick up the pieces of his life. Trying to stay sober. And he’s not ready to see Nova yet...
Nova is still in school, still making videos and living with her best friends. She’s playing drums in a band and deciding what she wants to do with her life. Nova hasn’t seen Quinton for a while. She gets updates from Tristan, but that’s not enough. She wants to talk to him herself. So once he’s out of rehab, she calls.
“What do you want to talk about?”
“What do you want me to tell you about me?”
“Everything... I want to know everything about you, Nova like the car.”
During this story, Nova has to learn some lessons the hard way. Things are constantly happening that are out of her control. As much as she wants to, she can’t save everyone...
Quinton and Nova continue to talk on the phone. Every day. They are closer now than they’ve ever been. Just friends is working for them, even though some of their conversations start to closely ride the line of ‘just friends’ talk. Quinton holds a lot of guilt about the way things happened in the past. Nova isn’t one to hold things against him. She forgives him and thats that.
“You don’t need to be sorry for anything. I told you that and I mean it. What happened in the past is in the past. We’re moving forward now. Remember, a clean slate.” Quinton is slowly healing, doing things in his life that mean something. The more Quinton’s life starts to come together, the more things in Nova’s start to fall apart. For once, she will need Quinton to be there for her. Be the strong one. Is he ready for that? Or will the pressure be too much for him to take...
Even though we don’t get much of Nova and Quinton ‘together’ I really did enjoy all of the phone calls and texts. Don’t get me wrong, I am not a fan of (view spoiler)[The main characters being separated for over half of the book, but at least there was a good amount of communication between them (hide spoiler)]. But the short amount of times they were together. Wow. Nova and Quinton were so different together when they were BOTH sober and okay.
Emotions pour out of us as we grab each other, our tongues entangling, hands grasping each other. All the passion. Heat. Fear. Worry. Longing. Want. Desire. Need. Resistance. It all blazes through my body at once.
I have a soft spot for both of these main characters. I’ve grown to love and care about them as this series has continued. I love my broken boy Quinton, and how he wasn’t quite so broken anymore. He was stronger than he thought. It was nice to see Nova not always being so strong for everyone else at a point in this story. She needed someone to be there for her for once, not the other way around.
The conclusion to Nova and Quinton was good, but it just wasn’t as good as the first two books for me. Lets be honest, after being emotionally invested in these books for the last 7 months, I was hoping for MORE of an ending, an epilogue. Something. That was my biggest issue for this book and the reason it didn’t make the five star mark for me. It was still an engaging story that made me smile, cry, swoon and sob. Perfect combination for this reader.
Overall, this series has been one of my favorites that Jessica Sorensen has written. The characters are damaged, their story is gritty and not always happy, it’s beautiful, emotional and raw at times, and that works for me as a reader. IF that type of series works for you too, I would recommend giving these books a go!
“You give me hope, Nova Reed. Hope that even though life is really, really hard- even if it fucking sucks sometimes- that it’s worth living.”
*ARC kindly provided by Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
Read information about the authorJessica Sorensen is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author from the snowy mountains of Wyoming. When she's not writing, she spends her time reading and hanging out with her family.
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