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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
I was really touched by this book. It was so sweet and full of
Aiden is such a great guy. He cares f...
Aiden is such a great guy. He cares for his family and loves the ones closest to him. He even cares for his roommate even though he hardly gets any sleep between Garry's girls and his snoring. His family struggles and he does what he can to help. Aiden's going to school and keeping his grades up so he can help provide them with a better life. He never expected to meet Roxy.
Roxy is damaged. She has suffered her whole life. Guys aren't even on her radar. Speaking to people is a challenge for her. She's been through a lot in her life and has the mental and physical scars to prove it. She now has a family that loves and supports her.
When Roxy meets Aiden, there are a million reasons they shouldn't become friends. Regardless, they do. Both of them realize they find comfort in each other that they didn't know they needed.
This book made me cry sad and happy tears. It was a stellar book with heart and I have to recommend You've Got Me to anyone who enjoys a new adult love story. This book gets five glittery stars for pure awesomeness!
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Posted March 15, 2013
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Posted May 8, 2013
Weak and predictable plot. Poor characterization.
So the plot, if you can call it that, is sadly predictable in the YA/NA genre. Boy and girl meet and fall "deeply" in love in a matter of days. One of them is "damaged" in this case it is the female lead character. However, the characterization of Roxie doesn't ring true. She bounces from unstable to strong and secure. Within three days the characters are spouting thing like "you make me strong" and "I will fix her." Major eye rolls from me while reading. Add in some unprotected sex with no consequences and a flash-forward happily ever after and there you go. You have a novel with grammatical mistakes and an unbelievable plot line. I am all for self-publishing (hello Beautiful Disaster!) but sometimes authors need to slow down and EDIT their novels, or have someone else edit them a bit more before publishing. This is not worth the $2.99.
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Posted March 12, 2013