Published by Amazon on April 20th, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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In the game of love, everyone roots for the underdog. You know, that girl-next-door type who wears glasses and has a shy smile and who falls for the most popular boy in school…she’s the hero of every story. And when the shy girl takes off her glasses and the quarterback kisses her and the crowd roars and the movie fades to black, people sit back and are satisfied.
But what about the cheerleader? The one he dumps at the fifty-yard line and the one who runs off the field humiliated and sobbing? What about her feelings? What about her?
He Loves Me Not tells the story of what happens after the cheerleader is denied her fairy tale ending. Maggie's life was perfect--she had perfect friends, perfect parents, and a perfect boyfriend. But when she's abruptly dumped in front of the entire county by that perfect boyfriend, her life falls apart. With her clique, her friends, and her social standing obliterated, Maggie is resigned to a lonely, humiliating senior year of high school.
...at least until she meets AJ Abbott, a musician who breaks every rule her mother ever taught her. He has no college degree. He wants to be a rockstar. He wears entirely too much black and leather.
But despite their differences, Maggie is slowly drawn into AJ's rock and roll lifestyle, and she'll be forced to choose which is more important--clinging to her nonexistent popularity or learning that maybe there's more to her than her beauty queen tiaras and cheerleader pom-poms.
What a fun light-hearted NA/YA book. It’s a sweet and short afternoon read. It only took me a couple hours to read it. This isn’t my usually pick for a book but I did enjoy it anyways. There was a few scenes and even the ending that I felt were wrapped up a little to quickly but it didn’t effect the book as a whole. I did not read the previous book in this series and I feel that didn’t hurt me any when reading this one. I was not lost at all as far as the story goes. I thought it was great that the author picked to do a story about what happens when the the Hollywood ending is done for everyone else and the girl left behind is just left there. That drew me right in when I read the synopsis and I think she gave a great story to us. I defiantly recommend you pick this one up.