Saturday, 9 November 2013

Trust in me review

Trust in Me (Wait for You, #1.5)Trust in Me by J. Lynn

Book Synopsis

It’s Wait for You as you’ve never seen it. Trust in Me lets you in on Cam’s side of the #1 New York Times Bestselling story.

Cameron Hamilton is used to getting what he wants, especially when it comes to women. But when Avery Morgansten comes crashing into his life – literally – he finally meets the one person who can resist his soulful baby blues. But Cam’s not ready to give up. He can’t get the feisty and intriguing girl out of his head.

Avery has secrets, secrets that keep her from admitting the feelings Cam knows she has for him. Will persistence (and some delicious homemade cookies) help him break down her barriers and gain her trust? Or will he be shut out of Avery's life, losing his first real shot at the kind of love that lasts forever?

Shona's review 4 of 5 stars

For those who don't know, Trust in Me is the retelling of Wait for You from Cam's point of view. But don't be fooled into thinking you are going to get a carbon copy of Wait for You. We get quite a few original scenes without Avery in them and it gives you the reader a wonderful insight into Cam. And we get glimpses into the lives of some of the secondary characters in the stories. I cant wait to find out more about Teresa and Jace in Be With Me.

Before, my heart broke multiple times for Avery, even when she was responsible for the pain she was currently experiencing. This time round my heart broke more than once for Cam... even though I knew how  the book was going to turn out. I loved being inside Cam's head, seeing Avery from his POV because Avery never see's herself the way others do. As much as I liked Cam it was nice seeing his inner frustrations with Avery, to realise that while he seems like this perfect guy who is always there, that he IS frustrated by Avery's treatment of him at times.

I originally read Wait for you in April 2013 so the story wasn't fresh in my mind, which meant it felt like a completely new story, it might not feel that way if you are reading them back to back.

Thank you to NetGalley and Harper Collins for the eARC.

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