Review: Where we left off by Roan Parrish

— feeling angry
Where We Left Off - Roan Parrish

BR, November 13th with Paul.

I've never been that happy finishing a book. I'm so disappointed.

For the life of me I couldn't understand Leo's attraction to Will. I was begging for Leo to grow the fuck up and find someone else, anyone. I didn't like Will AT ALL. I thought he was an emotionally constipaded asshole that treated people like shit.

 

 

If you're wanting to read about a romance, I wouldn't recommend this. It's more of a coming-of-age kinda book. About an incredibly navive 19 year old boy Leo that has this concept of being in love with Will. Will, Rex's ex from book 1.

So what you get is a lot of words about Leo's growing up, his friends, his major, his... You name it, it's there. It was sooooo boring.

 

 

Will's behavior does get somewhat explained. Somewhat...

And a lame HFN afer the ever so sweet words of Will;

I can try not sleeping with other people,” he went on, “but I don’t know if I can promise it forever."



Leo, tell him to take a hike.