A brand new standalone from Friendship, Texas featuring everyone's favorite awkward baker and the one that got away.
My sort-of-boyfriend broke up with me, so what did I do? Get hammered.
Only the worst part was waking up the next morning to go to an estate sale with my mom and run into my high school boyfriend. The one who left our small town behind for art school in New York.
Now he's back, temporarily, and thinks we can just pick up where we left off.
I hate what he's done to me, but I can't deny that the past four years have been good to him.
Now that's he's changing my world, I know he's just going to leave again. The question is, am I ready to give up the one that got away?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Abbey and Jordan were high school sweethearts. Jordan leaves Abby behind when he moves to New York. Jordan is now back in town helping his family get his Grandma's house to be sold. He would like nothing better to reconnect with the girl his left behind. Abbey is super cautious to open herself back up as she was devastated when he left without her and she knows his time in town is limited. I felt so upset for Abbey with her so-called friends. I'm sure the reality of her friendships and the advise from her dad made her decisions for her future much clearer and easier. I was really rooting for Jordan and Abbey. I think maybe they had to go their separate ways to grow into the people they are now so they can appreciate who they can become in the future together. Made their feelings much deeper and more real. This is book 4 in the Friendship Texas Series but I feel it can be a stand alone. This is the first book I have read in this series and had no problem following along and enjoying the book. ARC received in exchange for an honest review.
The One That Got Away is a sweet and steamy second chance romance. Four years ago, Abbey and Jordan were high school sweethearts. Till Jordan left Abbey behind for New York City. Abbey has really only, loved Jordan. No one could compare to him and no one ever would. But sometimes second chances happen. I loved both characters and I understood Abbey’s reluctance to follow Jordan. Because who really knows what’s going to happen. But it’s the fear that has kept here there. There’s one thing I can always count on with Magan’s stories. It doesn’t take me long to finish, that’s how much I enjoy her writing. For me, I can tell within the first page if I’m going to love it. I’ve highly enjoyed this series, since the beginning and I can’t wait for more. Overall, I give this Four Boundless Stars