Cami is a mess. Perfect student by day, party girl by night. Rebelling against her controlling father is only half of it. Cami can control her actions at parties, no one else can. It's a freedom she won't let go of. And something she doesn't need saving from.
Travis an all around great guy. He's a tutor, good student, and has his act together. After crushing on Cami last semester and watching her spiral out of control, he only wants to help her. He wants to show her she deserves more than a night of fun. She deserves respect, freedom, and love.
Can Cami let her guard down long enough to let Travis in? Or will old habits ruin their chance at love?
Travis only wants to help the girl he began crushing on last semester. Watching her downward spiral creates an ache from his childhood. He wants to show her she deserves more than how she's living.
Can Cami let down her guard and let love in?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Cami has let the pressure from her unrelenting father and the lack of support from her mother put her in a bad place emotionally. She deals with it in the wrong ways, drinking, partying and taking her meds wrong. Travis has seen Cami at her worst and takes it upon himself to rescue her time after time. But Travis has his own demons and home life he is working through. It's a college romance which means not all of the choices are good ones, seeing that they are all not only experiencing college but it also gives them some space from the ugly that pulls them down. This is a great coming to Jesus read for Cami. Time to put her big girl pants on and handle business like the woman she wants to be seen as. This author does these kinds of reads well. She does great in blending the angst with a great story and keeps it clean as well. I love this author's style and look forward to her books and the warm brown fuzzys I have when I read them. There's drama and angst which isn't over the top but usually has a great message. Loved it.