Someday Girl (The Someday Series, #1)

Someday Girl (The Someday Series, #1)

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by Melanie Shawn
     
 

Someday…

For Cat Nichols, someday was finally here. Going away to college meant a fresh, new start for the girl who lived locked away in a prison of insecurities. She was ready to experience new things and meet new people. But she wasn’t ready for him…

Jace Butler had encountered things no one person should have to endure. Trying to

Overview

Someday…

For Cat Nichols, someday was finally here. Going away to college meant a fresh, new start for the girl who lived locked away in a prison of insecurities. She was ready to experience new things and meet new people. But she wasn’t ready for him…

Jace Butler had encountered things no one person should have to endure. Trying to come to terms with his past, while living in the present, was a constant struggle for the man whose demons lie dormant beneath the skin of his rippling body and sexy smile. But when Cat walked into his world, his chance for a better life, came with her…

After finding each other, Cat and Jace realize that both their past and present issues were trying to ruin their chance for a better future. Issues that will have to be dealt with – once and for all – together… or apart.

NOTE TO READERS: This is a New Adult novel, it is written in the first person, and has stronger language than our previous Contemporary Romances. It is the first book in a trilogy.

This trilogy was intended to be read in the following order:

Someday Girl (Someday Series, Book #1)

One Day His  (Someday Series, Book #2)

Forever Us     (Someday Series, Book #3)

*Intended for Adults 18+*

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940151697194
Publisher:
Melanie Shawn
Publication date:
09/21/2014
Series:
Someday Series , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
6,574
File size:
752 KB

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Someday Girl 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
D_M More than 1 year ago
Someday Girl was another smoldering love story from Melanie Shawn. The characters are very relatable and I really enjoyed reading the story through each characters view point. And as much as I hate being kept in suspense, I do like that this is part of a trilogy. There is more adult language and situations in this story but it's what makes the characters more real. I finished the book in just over a day as I had a hard time putting it down. I'm very much looking forward to the next book in this series and much more from Melanie Shawn in the future. Keep 'em coming!!!
HuskerD More than 1 year ago
Melanie Shawn steps out of the box a little on this Fantastic love story.  The book has more adult language and  situations than most of their earlier books, but still tastefully done.  The characters are very engaging and well  developed.  Once I started reading I had a hard time putting it down.  I look forward to Melanie's next new adult  book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You people should just read this novel yourselves and write your own review on this novel. I really enjoyed reading this novel very much so. ShelleyMA
onlywanttoread More than 1 year ago
This book was terrible. I don't understand why the author felt the need to write chapter after chapter of the same thoughts by each character. They didn't have a chance to fall in love because they were never around each other. I feel it would have been more realistic to have Cat experience life more before she falls  madly in love with the first guy she sees. I was truly disappointed because the storyline was amazing and it could have been a wonderful story. 
laurasmonologue More than 1 year ago
I don't normally review books but I felt compelled to do so with this one. It was awful.Literally one of the worst books. The things is, the storyline was really great. I actually found myself wanting to know what happens but I just can't bring myself to read another book by this author. The writing was terrible. Seriously, all the goings on about how the lives of Cat and Jace changed the instant they saw each other....NOT REALISTIC! Not even a little bit. I would have liked to see them have to get to know each other before they fell madly in love. They didn't really have much conversation before they were waxing on about how their lives had changed with just once glance at the other person. If you like that kind of thing you'll love this book. Me, personally? I need a bit more conflict in my books.
XIaguan More than 1 year ago
What a ride! I have to admit I love Melanie Shawn's other books but I was wary of this new genre. I should have never worried! She nailed it! I am in my 40's but this book brought back many memories of the new-ness of life that the late teens early 20's bring. Such an exciting & overwhelming time! Thank you for doing an amazing job that I hope many with connect with! I will say I wait anxiously for the next book in this series!
heater_28 More than 1 year ago
I've read all of Melanie Shawn's books and when they said this new one was going to be a "New Adult" novel, I didn't bat an eye and I'm glad I didn't! It didn't take long to get sucked into the world of Cat and Jace. It was wonderful to see how both of them battled through their own demons and dealt with feelings they had never experienced before. Watching them grow together, while dealing with an unwanted obstacle from Jace's past, was wonderful and anxiety ridden all in one. I really can't wait for the next installment of this series! I'm grateful we don't have to wait long. Great stuff from Melanie Shawn!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jace + Cat =Magic
Anonymous 7 months ago
Enjoyed the story line .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I realy enjoy reading this book it was smooth reading hope everyone who reads it enjoys it too
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
Cat, a smart, shy, awkward nobody, is at college and away from home for the first time in her life. She has a list of things she’s never done and hopes to accomplish some of them in college. Cat is insecure but willing to open up to new experiences. Then she sees him: Jace, the cool, calm, and HOTTEST guy ever. He is intrigued by the shy, brown-eyed girl. He knows he has a certain something, something “real.” But does he deserve a young, innocent beauty like her? Cat eventually becomes the “light” for the deployed army recruit, who lives in constant darkness. Both have their personal demons and together they learn to combat them. A typical YA he said/she said, story gives an in-depth look at the fears, insecurities, and excitement of a college romance. Cat is certainly relatable—she’s introverted, smart, and oblivious to her own beauty (inside and out.) Cat is like Rory from Gilmore Girls—simple, funny, and cute. I also liked Jace wanting to protect Cat and how he goes all death-match with one silent look. HOT! Overall, this was an enjoyable, sweet story. I did feel, though, that I got the gist of Cat and Jace’s story and have no need to read the rest of the series to read more of them.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sweet love story!
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TodleyMarie73 More than 1 year ago
This was a great book. I could relate to the characters. They were so real.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really liked the first book but where are the other two?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A 200 page free story of a abused daughter of a Hollywood actress gets to college, and meets 3 outgoing roommates, and a studly bartender that has experienced abuse in foster care and now is dealing with PTSD from the military. Angst, humor, romance, adult language, and dual explicit sex scenes (from his point description and THEN from her description). The story plot was interesting, but the guy's thoughts were a little over the top on romance - either a caveman or a sweet Emily Bronte. A cliffhanger ending to this story, but don't particularly care to meet her mother in the next story, thank you very much, lived with one.
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Crazymom3SE More than 1 year ago
I did not like this book or the second book to series. I did not even waste my time buying the third. To much "fluff" in book. Pages and pages of thought and not enough communicate between characters.  Cat and Jace's thoughts are repeated constantly. I had to give it a 2 star rating in order of this review to be shared but I really rate it a big zero!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm looking forward to the second book OneDayHis
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book did not keep me interested. Kept hoping it would get better, but it didn't 
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Sweetpea53 More than 1 year ago
This is a new genre for me and I actually was not too sure I would like it. I was pleasantly surprised.The angst of college life and first love is but a distant memory for me but I found the story to be captivating and heartwarming. Cat is on her own for the first time in her life and her self confidence is undermined by "scripts" running through her mind. Jace battles his own past and tries to fight his attraction to Cat but he finds that attraction hard to ignore. Their budding relationship is the basis for this book and I am looking forward to book two in the series to see how their relationship progresses.
Tinabooklover More than 1 year ago
Melanie Shawn is one of my go to authors. I can always count on them to keep me entertained and suffering reading insomnia- lol. This books did not disappoint. Although the characters are younger than I normally like to read, the story line and the struggles each face reeled me in all the way to the end. I did have the irrational need to POUND Cat's mom, but isn't that the power of reading a good book. I especially enjoyed reading the book from the male and female point of view. Can't wait for book 2!