Maybe Not: A Novella: 2 (Maybe Someday)
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They don't bring anything new or fairly important, I end up cursing myself for even picking them up. I loved all of his inner monologues and I'm glad that we learn why he was always watching porn, because I thought that was so odd when reading the previous book. Bridgette definitely has a lot of anger management issues but we learn that she has had a pretty hard life and has never been in a loving environment. I am glad the primary focus was on Warren and Bridgette with very little reference to Ridge and Sydney. I know that some of you (still) aren't comfortable with reading explicit scenes, so consider this as a warning - Maybe Not is most definitely 18+ read.
When Bridgette comes to live in their house, his whole life is turned upside down by this angry girl who invades his bathroom and seems to hate him. He motions for me to follow him into the living room, turning out Ridge’s bedroom light as he exits. At twenty-two years old, Sydney is enjoying a great life: She's in college, working a steady job, in love with her wonderful boyfriend, Hunter, and rooming with her best friend, Tori.It was cool to see what was going on from their POV with their relationship during the Maybe someday timeline.
Maybe Not parallels Maybe Someday so a lot of blanks are filled in on what was happening between Bridgette and Warren.A Love/Hate relationship - one of my favourites, and it was funny and cute and had all the great CoHo elements.
The goods do not need to be in their original packaging however in a sellable condition, and at your own cost and risk. I was so anticipating to read about their hot angry-sexy moments, because I was expecting them, judging always by their apparent relationship in Maybe Someday. I loved how shamelessly entertaining his thoughts were and there was no shying away from his cocky, ego-boosting ways which just made me love him so much more.I loved Maybe Someday, so when I saw we would get Warren’s story, even if it was a novella, I was so excited. She deserves to feel like there's at least one other person in this world who accepts her for exactly who she is.