Maybe Now (Maybe, #2)
What is more important? Friendship, loyalty or love? Colleen Hoover and Griffin Peterson collaborate once again to bring fans of Maybe Someday back into the musical world of Ridge and Sydney. And Maggie. And Warren and Bridgette.This is a follow-up to the NYT bestselling novel, Maybe Someday. It should be read after Maybe Someday and the novella spinoff, Maybe Not in the series.Completed.

Maybe Now (Maybe, #2) Details

TitleMaybe Now (Maybe, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 1st, 2018
PublisherWattpad
Rating
GenreRomance, New Adult, Contemporary

Maybe Now (Maybe, #2) Review

  • peachygirl
    January 1, 1970
    Seriously?? Hypocrite Sydney is still a saint, Cheater Ridge is the best boyfriend on planet Earth and everyone gets hitched on the same day after all that went down? Bull.2.5 stars, that too only for Maggie and the first decent boyfriend she's ever had!
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  • Warda
    January 1, 1970
    My goodness, this was cheese-galore but I lapped it up like a dog. I wasn't sure whether a sequel was needed. Maybe Someday ended pretty perfect for me. But I'm so glad this story continued on. I loved getting to know the characters more. It wasn't just about Sydney and Ridge, but the others too and it was great to see their awkward dynamic come into play and seeing them handling that. Be aware that the cheese is hard, people. Well, my definition of cheese anyway. It's been grated on every page My goodness, this was cheese-galore but I lapped it up like a dog. I wasn't sure whether a sequel was needed. Maybe Someday ended pretty perfect for me. But I'm so glad this story continued on. I loved getting to know the characters more. It wasn't just about Sydney and Ridge, but the others too and it was great to see their awkward dynamic come into play and seeing them handling that. Be aware that the cheese is hard, people. Well, my definition of cheese anyway. It's been grated on every page that by the end of it, you might very well be sick of it. So, be sure to be in a cheesy mood when reading this. Or on your period. I'm really glad Hoover wrote this.
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  • Laura Lovely
    January 1, 1970
    I can’t believe I didn’t know this book existed until today, it was such a delight to continue reading all of these characters stories. I have to say I love each and every single character in the maybe someday world and I’m so happy that I finally read this.
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  • Jennifer Kyle
    January 1, 1970
    3.7 Stars ⭐ 3.7 Stars ⭐️
  • Adilene Garcia
    January 1, 1970
    Warning: IF YOU LOVED MAYBE SOMEDAY PLEASE DON'T READ THIS. This isn't a sequel or continuation to Ridge and Sydney's story, not really this is pretty much Maggie's book and it's an unrealistic and delusional one. I get it this is fiction, but i was baffled at the lack of research displayed in this book towards Maggie's illness and to be honest even disrespectful to people who suffer from CF. Don't let me get started on how everyone was magically "adapting" to thier very messed up situation. Th Warning: IF YOU LOVED MAYBE SOMEDAY PLEASE DON'T READ THIS. This isn't a sequel or continuation to Ridge and Sydney's story, not really this is pretty much Maggie's book and it's an unrealistic and delusional one. I get it this is fiction, but i was baffled at the lack of research displayed in this book towards Maggie's illness and to be honest even disrespectful to people who suffer from CF. Don't let me get started on how everyone was magically "adapting" to thier very messed up situation. The way Maggie kept on tangling herself into everyones lives and how everyone went from 0 to 100 with her ended up being sickengly sweet, unrealistic and straight up toxic. I was never particularly found of Maggie but I could empathize for her situation in MS but this book made her completly unlikable to me and I completely hated how Ridge and Sydney were portrayed, it's like their personalities completly changed and they never were the couple we we're routing for in MS. Im definitely not here for ruining one great book for the sake of making an unlikable character who gets off in playing victim get her way.
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  • Rachel Reads Ravenously
    January 1, 1970
    3 stars Maybe Someday was never my favorite Coho book, but I did love Maybe Not. Since I read EVERYTHING Coho writes, I wanted to give this book a shot. I enjoyed it, but there were many points when I considered dnf-ing mostly because I wasn't interested in the story.Maybe Now takes place close to the end of Maybe Someday. In this book we get 4 perspectives, it was nice to see Maggie's perspective on things because I always felt she was left out of the situation. Like I said, I enjoyed this boo 3 stars Maybe Someday was never my favorite Coho book, but I did love Maybe Not. Since I read EVERYTHING Coho writes, I wanted to give this book a shot. I enjoyed it, but there were many points when I considered dnf-ing mostly because I wasn't interested in the story.Maybe Now takes place close to the end of Maybe Someday. In this book we get 4 perspectives, it was nice to see Maggie's perspective on things because I always felt she was left out of the situation. Like I said, I enjoyed this book, but I am not invested in these characters and there were a couple things in this book I gave the side eye to. But I think Coho fans and fans of the first book would love this one.Follow me on ♥ Facebook ♥ Blog ♥ Instagram ♥ Twitter ♥
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  • Francesca
    January 1, 1970
    I was curious if this new Colleen’s story on Wattpad after the awesome Too late. I was happy to see Maybe Someday’s characters again, and not very happy to see that Ridge and Sydney’s problems with Maggie were not resolved at all. She’s too related to them, I can’t be friend with my lover’s ex, sorry. Jake is my new crush and I would love to see more of him and his story. But I think after a long break, Colleen was fed up with this story and fans crazy reactions, so she ends it in a sweet but to I was curious if this new Colleen’s story on Wattpad after the awesome Too late. I was happy to see Maybe Someday’s characters again, and not very happy to see that Ridge and Sydney’s problems with Maggie were not resolved at all. She’s too related to them, I can’t be friend with my lover’s ex, sorry. Jake is my new crush and I would love to see more of him and his story. But I think after a long break, Colleen was fed up with this story and fans crazy reactions, so she ends it in a sweet but too rush way, and I’m disappointed.
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  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    January 1, 1970
    So incredibly glad we got to be in this world again with all these amazing characters! I absolutely loved every single thing about this!!
  • Lola Davenport
    January 1, 1970
    ****spoilers from the first book will be mentioned*****Colleen Hoover basically took my all time favorite couple and ruined them beyond repair. In my opinion it was also an awful interpretation of a person living with CF and I feel bad for anyone with CF reading this book. You could tell by the end even Colleen must hate this book since after taking months off from writing it she came back and rushed the ending with such unbelievable events that it was like a 14 year old writing amateur fan fict ****spoilers from the first book will be mentioned*****Colleen Hoover basically took my all time favorite couple and ruined them beyond repair. In my opinion it was also an awful interpretation of a person living with CF and I feel bad for anyone with CF reading this book. You could tell by the end even Colleen must hate this book since after taking months off from writing it she came back and rushed the ending with such unbelievable events that it was like a 14 year old writing amateur fan fiction. Ridge and Sydney were two amazing characters and Maybe Someday ended with them finally coming together yet still having a communication barrier. There were so many awesome directions a sequel could take. How do you navigate a relationship when one is deaf and the other is just learning ASL? What would it be like to travel and tour with a band? What is the deal with Brennen?Yet Maybe Now doesn't take any of those choices instead focusing on a character that didn't really need a story and that is Maggie. In Maybe Someday she was this mythical perfect woman that Ridge put on a pedestal, the delicate flower that needed to be protected at all costs even Ridge's own happiness. And in the brief glimpse we get of her in the story she is kind of like cardboard and really boring that I didn't care what happened to her.But even I could admit there is potential for a good story for her like how is it like living with CF? How do you move on and make your own friends and relationships now that the guy you depended on is gone? But we get none of that instead we get Maggie acting like a 2 year old and making her ex boyfriends jump every time she snaps her fingers because she never made any friends of her own.At this point in the story I was just hoping she would hurry up and die so Ridge and to some extent Warren could finally be free of her.I won't say anything else that happens in the story in case you are a glutton for punishment and want to put yourself through the torture of reading this book.However if you loved Ridge and Sydney at all then please please please do not read this book. Because you will hate them by the end of Maybe Now.I am hoping in a year or so I will have forgotten this story and maybe just maybe I will be able to read Maybe Someday for the 15th time and enjoy it again.
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    Did I feel the need to have a new book about the characters from Maybe someday? No, I did not. Did I read said book anyway because I’m trash and I would read everything Colleen Hoover decides to give us? Well yes, of course I did read it!This book was okay, it didn't feel that special to me. I'm just happy to have read it because Maybe someday is my favourite Colleen Hoover's book and so I had to see what the characters were up to.
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  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
    January 1, 1970
    4 ⭐'s“She’s about to melt, just like her bowl of ice cream.”I'm not one for books that are released by chapter or newsletter - mostly weekly...it's an excruciating wait especially when you read 2-3 books a week. I've been trying to just wait until the whole book is released and that's what I did with this one and I'm glad I did. Plus I can't really complain when the author makes them free. (thank you CH) I really love Ridge and Sydney together and I couldn't wait for more of them. What I didn't 4 ⭐'s“She’s about to melt, just like her bowl of ice cream.”I'm not one for books that are released by chapter or newsletter - mostly weekly...it's an excruciating wait especially when you read 2-3 books a week. I've been trying to just wait until the whole book is released and that's what I did with this one and I'm glad I did. Plus I can't really complain when the author makes them free. (thank you CH) I really love Ridge and Sydney together and I couldn't wait for more of them. What I didn't like was hearing more of Ridge and Maggie...that was no bueno. However, I did -sort of- like Maggie and Jake together. And all my reasonings for not liking them a lot boils down to it being hard to accept the "other" woman. Even though we get to know Maggie better, I think that her situation and everything just made things hard. Ridge is also a horndog...and very sappy. He was almost too sweet. I -somewhat- enjoyed Warren and Bridgette...what a crazy couple. At every juncture, I expected a break up. Then there's that ending, cheesy for sure but definitely different.
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  • ☾☆ Nikki. ✿
    January 1, 1970
    Maybe someday was a fav of mine and still is. This was a good sequel but it wasn't really needed, I mean it's always nice to read about the characters you love but yeah, an okay sequel :)
  • Jonetta
    January 1, 1970
    This story is a follow up to where Maybe Someday ends. If you haven’t read that book, I don’t recommend starting this one until you do. However, it’s not necessary to read the novella, Maybe Not, in order to enjoy this one, though I did. Now that Ridge’s relationship with Maggie has ended, he and Sydney are fully exploring the new freedom to give into their true feelings. However, he and Warren are Maggie’s only support system and now what should that look like, be like? Maggie is enjoying her n This story is a follow up to where Maybe Someday ends. If you haven’t read that book, I don’t recommend starting this one until you do. However, it’s not necessary to read the novella, Maybe Not, in order to enjoy this one, though I did. Now that Ridge’s relationship with Maggie has ended, he and Sydney are fully exploring the new freedom to give into their true feelings. However, he and Warren are Maggie’s only support system and now what should that look like, be like? Maggie is enjoying her new freedom though she still has some resentment for how Ridge handled everything. Enter Jack, a man who helped her with the first item on her bucket list...and one more. Can she risk being in another relationship? How should she be living her life knowing that it’s on a short timeline?I’m glad I waited so long to start this series because listening to them back to back made such a difference. While I could imagine what would be next for Ridge and Sydney, it wasn’t as easy figuring out the same for Maggie. I loved how the conflicts were presented and developed without any easy answers. It really helped having the points of view from Ridge, Sydney, Maggie & Jack. And let’s not forget Warren & Bridgette for comic relief. I was thrilled, too, that the audiobook featured four narrators. I’m a big fan of using multiple narrators in books with more than one narrative and this one was an ideal example. I enjoyed all of them as they seemed to all “get” their characters. And, it was so easy to recognize the transitions as their voices were distinctively different. I loved the format and the story, even with its sort of fairy tale ending but it worked for me. And, having a musical construct as the foundation just made me love it even more. (I received a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.)
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  • Nadine
    January 1, 1970
    Maybe Someday is easily one of my favorite Colleen Hoover novels, though that’s not saying much since I’ve LOVED everything she’s written. So when I discovered Maybe Now I couldn’t have been happier. Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy Maybe Now nearly as much as its predecessor. Maybe Now is told from three different perspectives: Sydney, Ridge, Maggie, and Jake. As much as I liked being able to read from Maggie’s perspective, I didn’t enjoy her chapters as much as either Sydney and Ridge’s chapters. Maybe Someday is easily one of my favorite Colleen Hoover novels, though that’s not saying much since I’ve LOVED everything she’s written. So when I discovered Maybe Now I couldn’t have been happier. Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy Maybe Now nearly as much as its predecessor. Maybe Now is told from three different perspectives: Sydney, Ridge, Maggie, and Jake. As much as I liked being able to read from Maggie’s perspective, I didn’t enjoy her chapters as much as either Sydney and Ridge’s chapters. Maybe I’m a horrible person, but I never really liked Maggie. She never read as a sympathetic character because she comes off as selfish most of the time. Am I being too harsh on Maggie? Probably. #SorryNotSorryWhat Maybe Now lacked was direction. Maybe Now reads like a continuation of the story with no real goal or end in mind. The ending of Maybe Now isn’t really an ending since it reads as more of a stopping point. I usually never get hung up on suspension of disbelief, but, boy, was that ending unbelievable and not in a good way.Everything about Maybe Now is too easy and contrived. Nothing really feels organic and people aren’t that clean when it comes to their emotions. I guess my expectations were too high since Hoover has never let me down.Overall, Maybe Now is an okay sequel to Maybe Someday. Would I recommend it? Probably not. Also, my review is a lot more negative than I wanted it to be since I did rate the novel four stars. I had no trouble finishing the book and I read it relatively quickly, so I guess it couldn’t have been that bad!
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  • Kate
    January 1, 1970
    This was almost sickeningly sweet. I could have done with less Maggie and more Ridge & Sydney (and Warren & Bridgette!). It would have been nice to see how their relationship evolved without the constant presence of Ridge’s ex in their lives.
  • Annie's reading corner
    January 1, 1970
    3.75 starsMaybe Someday is still my favorite CH book, so I was beyond thrilled when I knew that the sequel was finally going to happen.I may be biased here because I love Ridge and Sydney together, but their part of the story I really really like it. Their relationship was perfect to me. What I didn't like was some (very drastic) changes to Sydney's personality that were... not very believable. Then we have Maggie. It was ok her part. I enjoyed getting to know more of her but it was an extra to 3.75 starsMaybe Someday is still my favorite CH book, so I was beyond thrilled when I knew that the sequel was finally going to happen.I may be biased here because I love Ridge and Sydney together, but their part of the story I really really like it. Their relationship was perfect to me. What I didn't like was some (very drastic) changes to Sydney's personality that were... not very believable. Then we have Maggie. It was ok her part. I enjoyed getting to know more of her but it was an extra to me. I just wanted more Sydney and Ridge.The ending.... was a bit too much, but overall if you like Maybe Someday, you'll probably like this one as well.
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  • Nina
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed Maybe Now and it was so great to see Maggie finally find someone who treats her the way she deserves to be treated! instagram || my blog || twitter
  • Ilse
    January 1, 1970
    Im glad I got a little bit more of these characters which I love but I don't know the ending just didn't seem completely right tbh but thats just me.
  • Raghad
    January 1, 1970
    this book made me happy, every time i picked it up i found my self smiling.i loved the different relationships and how the characters are matures while dealings with there problems. i think my favorites are bridgette and warren, even though bridge is a complete bitch most of the time i still love her. their relationship is complicated and maybe weird at times but i love to read about them. then there is syd and ridge's relationship they are so good for each other, they bring out the best out of this book made me happy, every time i picked it up i found my self smiling.i loved the different relationships and how the characters are matures while dealings with there problems. i think my favorites are bridgette and warren, even though bridge is a complete bitch most of the time i still love her. their relationship is complicated and maybe weird at times but i love to read about them. then there is syd and ridge's relationship they are so good for each other, they bring out the best out of each other, she is teaching him how to pronounce words and he is teaching her how to sign. he bought her a piano even though he can't hear it.the last chapter when they they all got engaged and decided to go and marry in vegas was adorable , i expected jake to propose when ridge gave him the ring but warrens proposal was what shocked me. and bridgette excitement was so cute. collen gave us the happy ending we expected,though i wished we could have seen the wedding.
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  • Dani
    January 1, 1970
    1/5 stars***Spoilers AKA Stuff I wish I knew before reading*********Free on Wattpad. I gave this book a star because 1) I must give it at least a star 2) It was free on Wattpad and that was very nice. Hmm...so my low rating comes from the fact that: A) Sydney becomes this odd caricature of herself that is oddly obsessed with/protective of her boyfriend's ex girlfriend. Like she is completely fine with said ex moving in with her boyfriend and her and the ex are completing bucket lists together ob 1/5 stars***Spoilers AKA Stuff I wish I knew before reading*********Free on Wattpad. I gave this book a star because 1) I must give it at least a star 2) It was free on Wattpad and that was very nice. Hmm...so my low rating comes from the fact that: A) Sydney becomes this odd caricature of herself that is oddly obsessed with/protective of her boyfriend's ex girlfriend. Like she is completely fine with said ex moving in with her boyfriend and her and the ex are completing bucket lists together obsessed lol. Also, there was an odd scene where Syd and Ridge just had sex and afterwards they have this long conversation about his ex (no one should talk about ex's in post sex cuddling LMAO)B) Said ex-girlfriend has CF yet she does nothing in the book to take care of herself, leaves hospitals against medical consent, and basically is selfish as hell and everyone is supposed to forgive her for it because she is sick (my eye rolls dramatically). C) Characters are oddly verbally abusive in this book (cough *Warren* cough) but are never called out....hmm..would have been nice if someone called out his bs but *sigh* I must be disappointed.D) Jake...yeah..you'd think a single dad/doctor would be smarter than falling for a patient/girl he knew for a few weeks. Yeah...also he was supposed to be a "one night stand" LMAO. Also, the quickie proposal..lol..E) Ehh I had a couple other issues but I liked that this was for free and I didn't spend money on this so I'll just end my review here.**Just my opinions****
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5 starsI love everything that Colleen Hoover writes. So I was very excited to get to see what happened to Ridge, Sydney and Maggie after Maybe Someday ended.Maybe Now is a sequel to the popular Coho book Maybe Someday. It was written on wattpad one chapter at a time. This means that the story is basically a bit of a rough draft and not edited. But it was still really good.I had previously read the first 26 chapters of Maybe Now. But then Coho stopped writing it for a short while. Now that th 4.5/5 starsI love everything that Colleen Hoover writes. So I was very excited to get to see what happened to Ridge, Sydney and Maggie after Maybe Someday ended.Maybe Now is a sequel to the popular Coho book Maybe Someday. It was written on wattpad one chapter at a time. This means that the story is basically a bit of a rough draft and not edited. But it was still really good.I had previously read the first 26 chapters of Maybe Now. But then Coho stopped writing it for a short while. Now that the entire story is complete (33 chapters), I am finishing the last chapters.The narrators of Maybe Now are Maggie, Jake, Sydney, and Ridge. But the main focus of this follow-up is Maggie.It was really nice to get to revisit the characters from Maybe Someday. The last chapters maybe felt a bit rushed. But overall I really enjoyed this free book. Thank you so much Colleen Hoover!
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  • Jooke
    January 1, 1970
    read 3rd time:Still in love with the characters, still one of my favorite books.Original review:This is what I expect and long for with Colleen Hoover's books. This was just as captivating as the first part "Maybe Someday". I was immeadiately drawn into Sydney and Ridge's story as I was a few months ago. Their connection is so special and based on a really fundamental and subtle kind of communication that is so endearing. The parts that give more insight in Maggies POV is refreshing, confirms wh read 3rd time:Still in love with the characters, still one of my favorite books.Original review:This is what I expect and long for with Colleen Hoover's books. This was just as captivating as the first part "Maybe Someday". I was immeadiately drawn into Sydney and Ridge's story as I was a few months ago. Their connection is so special and based on a really fundamental and subtle kind of communication that is so endearing. The parts that give more insight in Maggies POV is refreshing, confirms what was already obvious and adds to the whole.I almost envy them for their strange, unbiased and, most important, genuine love and friendship.
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  • Love B.
    January 1, 1970
    Loved the continuation of this beautiful story!
  • Donna
    January 1, 1970
    Oh this book... It reads like bad fan fiction and I would never have mistaken it for a Coho book if her name wasn't on it. Since it is fiction, I won't get into the unrealistic approach to someone who is supposedly as sick as Maggie is... but the insta love between her and single dad/cardiologist Jake was a little too much, and I don't want to even get started on the Father of a middle school age Son proposing on the spur of the moment to a terminally ill girl he has only know for a few months, Oh this book... It reads like bad fan fiction and I would never have mistaken it for a Coho book if her name wasn't on it. Since it is fiction, I won't get into the unrealistic approach to someone who is supposedly as sick as Maggie is... but the insta love between her and single dad/cardiologist Jake was a little too much, and I don't want to even get started on the Father of a middle school age Son proposing on the spur of the moment to a terminally ill girl he has only know for a few months, flying to Vegas to get married with her 2 exes, while completely leaving his Son out of it. Warren was mean to Sydney and expected all of them to basically become Maggie's puppets. I found it a little offputting the way they kept bringing up that Maggie had fu#[email protected] both of their boyfriends... Sydney and Ridge were one of my all time favorite couples and this book ruined that for me. I didn't dislike Maggie prior to this book, but I can say I can't stand her now.. The time should have either been taken to write Maggie and Jake's relationship from a more realistic standpoint, or be a true sequel to Maybe, Someday, and continued Ridge and Sydney's story. Instead the book was disappointing, rushed and all over the place... and I'm sure anyone from the group noticed the slightly changed reuse of the Bride signing to her husband. This book needed a Doctor, an editor and less "it's ok you've slept with everyone, you're sick and deserve to..."
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  • Jaclyn
    January 1, 1970
    Ahh that ending was perfect!! I do wish we got an epilogue Of Vegas though, but after waiting for months for how everything was going to turn out, it was definitely worth it!If you don’t know what this is, it’s the sequel to Maybe Someday up on Colleen Hoover’s Wattpad! I’ve been following her updates since the beginning and it was so much fun reading along side everyone. Such a cute story with some drama and heartache thrown in just enough to make a classic Colleen Hoover book. So much love!
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  • Rissa
    January 1, 1970
    Maybe nowSyd and Ridge are together but together means dealing with maggie still and her CF. Maggie is sort of moving on with her supposed one night stand that was just too good for one night but Ridge will always be the one for her. It was beautiful and dramatic, music filled wonderfulness and filled with rip your heart out love and I loved it. And that ending was how every perfect contemporary should end. It had me awwwing and absolutely happy.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    all these people and all these relationships and outcomes are completely unrealistic, but damn it if my heart isn't FULL and WARM and I am so grateful to Colleen that she gave us this story <33333 *sobs*
  • Andie
    January 1, 1970
    One star for Warren and Bridgette being their hilariously awesome selves, the other characters were unrecognizable. This book served no purpose and very nearly ruined Maybe Someday for me. The ending was extremely lazy and rushed and broke my cheese radar. Did not feel like CoHo writing sadly.
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  • Yasamin
    January 1, 1970
    If I could rate this more than 5 stars I would. Colleen is a GOD! She never disappoints with ANY of her books! This was just so beautiful. It's deeper than just a typical romance book, there's a deep connection between the characters and what they face isn't pretty either. I remember reading Maybe Someday, and now reading this just makes me want to reread all of Colleen's books.Prepare yourself to fall in love with all the characters again. Each chapter is in the POV of Maggie, Jake, Ridge, and If I could rate this more than 5 stars I would. Colleen is a GOD! She never disappoints with ANY of her books! This was just so beautiful. It's deeper than just a typical romance book, there's a deep connection between the characters and what they face isn't pretty either. I remember reading Maybe Someday, and now reading this just makes me want to reread all of Colleen's books.Prepare yourself to fall in love with all the characters again. Each chapter is in the POV of Maggie, Jake, Ridge, and Sydney. You will read one chapter and think the other character is in the wrong, but once you read their POV you begin to love them and understand them in a way that you may seem is impossible. I kid you not you guys, my heart broke a gazillion times while reading this. This is one of those books where you won't be able to put it down, so make sure you read this on a day that you have no distractions because it's THAT good and you don't want to miss a second! I really hope their is an Epilogue to this story, because I need to know what happens after that ending. The fact that Colleen has this up for free on her watpadd makes me appreciate her so much more as a writer. Because it just shows how much she's willing to give her fans, she is truly incredible!
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  • *TANYA*
    January 1, 1970
    What!!?? Nooooooo!! I AM SO DISAPPOINTED!!! The plot was comical, and not in a good way, overly complicated. The ending was HORRIBLE and CHEESY!! And Maybe Someday, the song, was re-written??! Sigh, I’m so crestfallen.
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