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I loved this book all about these 2 best friends Tara & Darren. We see them do everything together, all their firsts together from Nursery School until she left at 18 & I do mean ALL THEIR FISTS. Then she becomes this selfish b**ch where she pushes him away and speaks such hurtful things & becomes this different person who very rarely went home to see her parents, nor Darren until this life changing day and she had to go back home and see's him again. Even more gorgeous to what he was and she learns more of what his life was like and yes there is such anguish moments during this story that I could've slapped Tara &/either told Darren to forget about trying to win her actual love. Then when we see the connection these 2 have for each other even after nearly a decade apart, you just want them to get together and work out full heartedly.
I really enjoyed the story and I think the narrator did a fantastic job with the male characters. However, I really cannot stand Tara. She is flaky, entitled, spoiled, and I just want to scream at her. She didn't grow as a person I think and so I am a little miffed about the ending.
This is a story that I am not sure needed to be told. Tara is a selfish, self centered, spoiled brat who never grew up and I am not sure she ever figured out what it means to truly love someone. Why Darren would want her is beyond me.
Narration: I cannot tell emphasize how terrible the narration is for this story. This performance is among the very worst!
I used a credit for this listen and I am asking for it back!!