Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Review: Going Nowhere (Twenty-Something #1)

Going Nowhere (Twenty-Something #1) by K.M. Glavin

Publisher: Kelsie Galvin
Source: Free through Amazon
Genre: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Links: Goodreads | Amazon

Synopsis (from Goodreads):
Marisol Finnegan has done everything right to ensure that when she graduated college she'd have the kickass life she always wanted. That's what we're told right? A + B = C? Yeah, well sometimes C is being a twenty-four year old virgin moving home with your parents.

So not ideal.

Before entering this tragically pathetic phase of her life, Marisol stops at a bar for a drink. It's here where her life really changes when she meets her catalyst...Jason Scott.

After everything you've ever done has backfired and you no longer trust yourself how are you able to navigate a relationship? How do you even begin to love yourself let alone someone else?

**Recommended for readers 18+ due to sexual situations and language.

My Review:
Going Nowhere is the first book in Twenty-Something series. A happily ever after romance with a few drama filled moments throughout. The characters are funny and endearing and the story line has it's own unique little twists making it a refreshing and uplifting read.

Maris is a bit of a mess, Jason is the modern day white knight, and Mari gains a whole new circle of friends and support all because of a chance encounter with Jason. Well worth the read!

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