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on February 2nd 2015
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e careful what you wish for. You just might get it all.
Now that Erin has learned the truth about the girls who tortured her, and about the boy she loves, she finds her time before graduation dwindling at an alarming and exciting pace. What used to be summer break was now a countdown to her final days in Blackwell. Her parents, Sam and Julianne struggle with the fear that just when they’ve found Erin, they must let her go, and the tension is higher than it’s been since Erin discovered who she really was.
Finally with the girl he’s loved since childhood, Weston grows more desperate as the summer days pass. He and Erin will go to separate colleges. His biggest fear is that this means they’ll go their separate ways. Plagued with making the best of the time he has left with Erin, and finding a way to make it last, Weston finds himself in a different state of mind hourly. He is just beginning to realize that hope is like quicksand. The harder Weston struggles, the faster Erin sinks.
BOOK REVIEW: 5 STARS
This was the perfect ending for Erin and Weston’s love story. This was the perfect beginning for Erin’s new life. I loved the first 2 novellas of Happenstance and I was eager to know what was going to happen in Happenstance 3. I was really pleased with the plot, the storyline and the characters. Even the pace, it was a little rush at the end, but I think it was necessary and good for the story.
My favorite things about Happenstance 3:
-Erin’s relationship with her parents. She finally had a family, two loving parents and she could behave like a teenager.
-Erin’s relationship with Weston: They agreed to enjoy the summer, they agreed to live the present, they agreed to simply love each other. Their love story was so beautiful.
-Weston’s love for Erin: He really loved her more than she loved him. He was devoted to her and he was very protective and most of all. His love was kinda obsessive, and sadly that lead things to be a little dramatic for both of them.
-Erin’s friendship with Frankie. Erin always knew she could count on Frankie, no matter what. Surely things changed a bit after Erin’s change of life, but they kept being friends and that was amazing.
-Erin’s personality and maturity: She had to mature too young, due to the circumstances she had to live with her other mother, and now that she didn’t have anything to worry about, except for enjoying her summer with Weston. So she acts very mature about their relationship, and despite the fact that she loves him, she loves herself more. She took hard decisions, but those were the best decisions!
Loved this book! Loved the series! 100% recommended!!
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