Book Review – Expired Regrets by Megan C. Smith

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SynopsisOn your dying breath, what regrets will you wish you could re-do?

Rose was your average girl just trying to get done with high school so she could escape her overbearing mother and move to Tallahassee. Then she met Bryant, a guy who moved to her barn and made her body sizzle in appreciation. Bryant was determined to avoid Rose, but as much as he pushed her away he pulled her closer too. Finally ready to be together their relationship is thrown an insurmountable obstacle sending Rose fleeing for Tallahassee and away from Bryant. Four years later Rose has to come home, and is dreading running in to Bryant again. Both of them are forced to face their regrets as they wish they could have done things differently, but is it too late for them to find love again?

Note: this is a new adult novel and contains sex and graphic language. This is not intended for young adult readers.

Stephannie

5 Star Review

Rose is a senior in high school who has her future mapped out. After graduate she plans to move to Tallahassee with her best friend Leslie to go to college. But then she gets a curve ball and meets Bryant who she falls for from the moment they meet. Bryant feels the same way but he is a senior in college and doesn’t do relationships and knows love em and leave em would never work with Rose. But Bryant can’t seem to leave her completely alone making Rose feel confused by his hot and cold attitude. Rose meets Jordan and there a connection with him too. How will Bryant handle his friend Jordan making a play for Rose? Will Bryant ever stop being so hot and cold and push forward with Rose? When the unthinkable happens which guy is there to support and comfort Rose when she needs someone the most? 

OMG I loved this book it has so many twists and turns throughout the book. I really connected to the characters and really loved both men who want to be with Rose that I had a hard time decided which team I was on : Team Bryant or Team Jordan. I cried a number of times throughout the book. It’s a emotional book that sucks you in from the very beginning. I was sad it ended and upset with the cliffhanger having me wonder what’s going to happen next. I hate waiting to see what’s in store next for Bryant, Rose, Jordan the the others in the book. But I’ll try to be patient and wait because I’m excited to see what happens next. It’s a great book with a heartfelt story that brings you to tears and makes you feel everything the characters are feeling and living.