There are worse things in life than failing out of college- such as having your parents receive the letter that you’ve been kicked out. Now to appease her parents self-proclaimed sorority princess Libby Gentry is packing up her Prada bag and heading to work for her great aunt’s antique shop in tiny Elsbury, Louisiana. She’s pretty sure she can tackle the swamp and deal with her great aunt and tom boy of a little cousin, but what she doesn’t know is if she can handle the local town playboy, Blaine Crabtree.
As Libby's feelings for Blaine grow, so does her need for acceptance and all of the insecurities she has kept inside are coming out. She may have survived the Louisiana swamp, but she may not survive Blaine's reluctance to say the 'L' word. When Blaine finally commits to the three words Libby’s been waiting for, she only hopes they haven’t come too late
I loved everything about this fun read! Magan really outdid herself with this coming of age story about Libby, who is just a young adult trying to find her nitch and grow up like her parents want. She was a sweet character, fun and spunky and I really loved her! Blaine is super swoon worthy and I think Magan really went in depth with these two characters.
Being from Texas, I loved how this is situated in Louisiana. The South is different yall : ) I think Magan hit the target with describing how small town Southern life is. My only problem was that Libby sometime got on my nerves because of her lack of maturity, BUT that is to be expected in YA.
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