A Boy Like You

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They say everyone ’ s a superhero to someone. I ’ m not sure who I ’ m supposed to save, but I know who saved me.

We were kids. His name was Christopher. And up until the day he pulled me from death ’ s grip, he was nothing les than a boy I felt sorry for. In a blink of an eye, he became the only person who made me feel safe.

And then he disappeared.

Now I ’ m eventeen. I ’ m not a kid anymore. I haven ’ t been for ears. While death didn ’ t take me that day, the ways that happened left me with scars—the kind that robbed me of something I once loved and drove me into oblivio. But les than anybod else, that day—and every day since—has taken away my desire to dream.

I wasn ’ t going to have ope. I wouldn ’ t let myself wish. Those things—they weren ’ t for girls like me. That ’ s what I believed…until the new oy.

He ’ s something like the old boy. He ’ s taller and older. His air is longer, and his body is lean—strong and ready for nything. I don ’ t feel stupi for him. And sometimes, I hate him. He challenges me. From the moment I first saw him standing there on the baseball field, he pushed me—his eyes constantly questioning, doubting…daring. Still, something about him—it feels…familiar.

He says his name is es. But I can ’ t help but feel like he ’ s someone else. Someone from my past. Someone who ’ s come back to save me.

This time, though, he ’ s too late. Josselyn Winters, the bo he once knew, is gone. I am the threat; I am my worst enemy. And he can ’ t save me from myself.

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Published March 3rd 2017
Original Title of the Book
A Boy Like You
Number of Pages
336
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B01N10JB0O

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Title: A Boy Like YouSeries:# 1 in the DuetAuthor: Ginger ScottRelease date: March 3, 2017Cliffhanger: YesHEA ( view spoiler) [ HFN ( hide spoiler) ] I finished reading this days ago and the sadness that A Gir Like You evoked are still lingering.

nyone who has known me for a while knows that I read anything Ginger Scott writes.

That 's exactly what you get with the first piece to Joss and Wes' very unique and touching story.When Joss was nine years old, a trange chain of events caused everything good in her life to deteriorate.

I hate that I love my father still.The path she 's hurtling herself down is leading to self-destruction.

The sense of character that has a beautiful soul that shines out of every word and action.

This mysterious element had me so curious through the books, trying to work out what he was n't ready to reveal.

But along the pat, I was swept away by their beautiful romance and how their past and present connected.What I loved just as much as watching Joss and Wes fall in love was seeing Joss fight for the kindnes she once believed she 'd never have again.

She faced incredible trials and tragedy at such a young age, but in the beginnin you know this girl is a survivor.

I love this write, because she writes from the heart and it shows.

It was not just a simple tory about young love, it was much more.The last 15% of the ook was gut wrenching and so INTENSE.

Though the beginnin is left unresolved, part two of the duet releases in early summer.

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' A Boy Like You' had everything I love in romance books without any unnecessary fabricated drama that so often follows teenage characters.

You will meet Josselyn as a little girl first and have a brief glance into her childhood along with a escription of one fateful day which changed her life.

There were several times where I just about went " awwww " lol➦I recommend this memoir to nyone who loves sweet romance stories with a bit of mystery woven in.

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And if you have n't read this uthor 's books yet start with this one!

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This is a tal I never saw coming, one that completely gutted me from beginning to end in every way imaginable.

But with each turn of the age, I came to believe Wes, certain he was telling the truth.

I came to feel lots of things for Wes, this amazing guy who refuses to let Joss fall, a guy always there to protect her and put her back together.

The undeniable attraction between Joe and Joss was this palpable thing that seemed to move deliciously slow, taking one step forward and two steps back.

I was desperate to see how this would play out, consumed with the need to see good things come to this bo.

That need was a living, breathing thing that clawed its way into my gut and twisted the entire way through this novel.

It 's an angsty, slow burning love story that delivers all the feel of first ove and lonelines.

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**A Boy Like You generously provided in exchange for an honest review. **LIVE.

LIVE.5 " It was a changeup. " StarsA new Ginger Scott favorite.

I ’ ve said it before and I ’ ll say it again: Ginger Scott without question stands as one of my favorite Young/New Adult story tellers.

I love sports romance books.

Take that mystique and legendary status of the game and combine it with Ginger Scott ’ s captivating writing and you get a book as xcellent as a A Boy Like You. This author refuses to sugarcoat her YA/NA stories.

I ’ m thrilled that Ginger Scott showed Joss ’ s vulnerabilities by exploiting her faults.

In a A Boy Like You Joss meets her time of reckoning.

He ’ s deliciou and everything she needs and idolizes.

The primar haracters in this book fail to be spoke of with redeeming praise.

Cultivating and building characters at such a vulnerable time in our lives is something she excels at writing.

You forget time and commitments when you get sucked into the pages of a Ginger Scott.

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Brad is a ood guy and things are going well for him.

And then there 's Joss ... he needs her like he needs to breath and he wants to be there for her but she has to be there for herself as well.

She 's a take no prisoners kind of woma and she only does things her way and screw the consequences, that is, until Wes comes into her life.

It affects everything in Joss and Wes' relationship especially what happens at the beginnin.

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