Saturday, October 19, 2013

Not Today, But Someday by Lori L. Otto

Pages: 188
Goodreads rating: 4.45/5 stars
My rating: 5/5 stars
Genre: Romance, Young Adult, Contemporary

Summary (Goodreads):
After the 3-volume Emi Lost & Found series was published, readers wanted more. This is for the readers – the story of how Nate and Emi met.

In December of 1994, when she was a junior in high school, Emi Hennigan discovered her father's infidelity. Forced to transfer schools mid-year, she wasn't trying to make new friends. In that same month, sophomore Nate Wilson's girlfriend broke up with him. Searching for someone to fill the void left by his first love, he meets Emi in his art class. Nate knows he wants Emi from the moment he sees her. Emi knows she needs Nate after one night together. A life-long friendship is born, and a pact is made to ensure that nothing will come between them. This novella is the prequel to the Emi Lost & Found series.

My Review:
I want to thank my friend Jane for giving me this book and of course to Ms. Lori Otto for a signed copy of this prequel. Again, Thank you so much! :">

Not Today, But Someday is the prequel to Emi Lost & Found series. Yet, it gave me an emotional rollercoasters. I laughed, cried and feel giddy at the same time. I tell you, it is a GOOD prequel and I'm definitely looking forward to read the rest of the series.

I love the way it's written. It was realistic and pure. I'm very fond of Emi and Nate. Both characters are vulnerable and broken. They shared this connection that no one will understand. I love how they help each other in forgiving those people caused an impact, leaving them broken.

The conversation between Emi and her dad made me emotional. It's one heartfelt conversation. As for Nate, he have this bad boy image with a soft spot. He just made me smile while reading and I can't help it! I'm looking forward to get know them more.

Overall, it's really good. I love both POVs, I can't wait to start the series. I highly recommend this to everyone! :)

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