Brittney has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. Her parents’ form of punishment growing up was taking away her books and making her go outside to play. She loves the beach, exercising, sleeping in, and cookies. Yes, she does know those contradict each other. She’s an obsessive dog lover. She will cry at pretty much any video or picture of a puppy. She was born and raised in Southern California, with a brief hiatus in Arizona. She recently graduated from BYU.
Begin Againby Brittney Mulliner
Escaping her past, Aubrey Tate moves to Southern California for a fresh start with her older brother, Brandon. Starting over at a new high school seems easy with her cousin, Mckayla, and her two best friends at her side–but handling the boys is another matter. Aubrey finds herself being torn apart between three rival boys that each want her to themselves, but
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Escaping her past, Aubrey Tate moves to Southern California for a fresh start with her older brother, Brandon. Starting over at a new high school seems easy with her cousin, Mckayla, and her two best friends at her side–but handling the boys is another matter. Aubrey finds herself being torn apart between three rival boys that each want her to themselves, but is she ready to take a leap into love again?
Determined not to let the past control her future, she learns to let go and live life by fo-cusing on her friends and first true love–dance. How will she navigate her new life while she’s still haunted by her past?
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I'm not a big tv or movie watcher. I would rather read and that's mainly because I can really get into a book. I can connect to characters by their thoughts and feelings. A book is deeper than a story played out on screen. I felt like I was reading a movie with this one. The characters are superficial and I really wanted depth. I wanted to know why they were feeling the way they do or what they were thinking about different situations. I wanted to be in their heads. Aubrey has had a traumatic year and is ready for a new start. She moves from Chicago to Southern CA and lives with her older brother. As her past comes out, I found myself appalled that NO ONE believes her, especially her mom. Aubrey is consistent with a teen and maybe that's why she's shallow. The story floats along and I kept expecting some twist, but it didn't come until the end. When Aubrey moves in, she immediately attracts the attention of four different guys. Typically, I have a guy who I'm rooting for to win her over, but I had a hard time with this one, probably because I didn't really get to know any of them that well. They all have great characteristics and they all have their flaws. I did enjoy the relationship that Aubrey has with her cousin. They haven't seen one another for a few years, but they pick up right where they left off. I also loved the relationship she shared with her brother, Brandon. Readers who enjoy an easy teen read with a touch of drama are sure to enjoy this one. Content: mild descriptions of abuse, stalking, and attempted rape; mild kissing; a girl and a guy stay overnight together, but nothing happens. Clean for an older reader. *I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*