A chance encounter in the dark leads 18-year-old Daniel and the girl who stumbles across him to profess their love for each other. But this love has conditions: They agree it will last only one hour, and it will be only make-believe.
When their hour is up and the girl rushes off like Cinderella, Daniel tries to convince himself that what happened between them seemed perfect only because they were pretending it was. Moments like that happen only in fairy tales.
One year and one bad relationship later, his disbelief in love-at-first-sight is stripped away the day he meets Six: a girl with a strange name and an even stranger personality. Unfortunately for Daniel, finding true love doesn’t guarantee a happily ever after - it only further threatens it.
Will an unbearable secret from the past jeopardize Daniel and Six’s only chance at saving each other?
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- Katrin Bvhm
Lovely love story amazingly detailed written and well read
As with all her romance novels, Hoover adds another heartwarming story to her bestsellers. Love the simplicity of her writing style, yet always a twist in the plot... enjoyed this tremendously. Also, the guy who reads this book has a nice voice which added to the hearing experience.
Just look at the cover
Ugh, not a fan of this one. I like happy endings and love stories that don't even need that much depth to make me happy. But this - if it weren't for the really good speaker, I would have stopped listening to it after five minutes. Two teenagers who happen to run into the same broom closet and cannot see each other in the dark just decide to kiss because.. well, no reason really. They meet in the closet again after a week and have sex. Without knowing or seeing each other but because they have this great insta connection. They decide not to reveal their identity to each other. Fast forward to one year later and the male narrator has never seen his closet Cinderella again but meets a mysterious girl which he is basically instantly in love with. No plot or surprises further, except a lot of him jerking and pushing her around and teenagers talking casually about sleeping around. Really, I should have known based on the citchy cover. Didn't like it, felt like way too cheap entertainment.