Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
Also by this author: Confess
Series: Maybe Someday #1
Also in this series: Maybe Not
Published by Atria Books
Genres: Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, New Adult, Romance
Source: Personal Collection
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At twenty-two years old, Sydney is enjoying a great life: She’s in college, working a steady job, in love with her wonderful boyfriend, Hunter, and rooming with her best friend, Tori. But everything changes when she discovers that Hunter is cheating on her—and she’s forced to decide what her next move should be.
Soon, Sydney finds herself captivated by her mysterious and attractive neighbor, Ridge. She can't take her eyes off him or stop listening to the passionate way he plays his guitar every evening out on his balcony. And there’s something about Sydney that Ridge can’t ignore, either. They soon find themselves needing each other in more ways than one.
A passionate tale of friendship, betrayal, and romance, Maybe Someday will immerse readers in Sydney’s tumultuous world from the very first page. - via GoodReads
Alexa and I did a BookTube read-a-thon and one of the challenges was to read a book suggested by your buddy. Alexa chose Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover for me to read. She had actually purchased it as a gift. It turned out to be the perfect read.
Sydney finds out the hard way that she couldn’t trust the people closest to her. In a weird twist of fate she ends up staying with the hottie guitarist across the courtyard. Sydney has a lot going on in Maybe Someday. There is a lot to sort through while she’s getting her life straightened out. I enjoyed her character quite a bit. She is tough and spunky but is just as vulnerable as the rest of us.
Ridge is a pretty awesome guy. He’s cute, a great musician, and a rock to friends and family among other things. Reaching out to Sydney and putting her in her current situation makes him feel responsible. It also helps that they literally make great music together.
This is my first Colleen Hoover novel. It will not be my last. Hoover takes an issue we all think we know how we feel about and opens it up to perspective. She doesn’t make excuses or try to make it okay. To me it was more showing me alternatives and allowing me to make my own decisions.