ARC Review: You Before Anyone Else by Julie Cross and Mark Perini 

27969076*I read this as an ARC as part of #ARCAugust (2017) and my arc catch-up challenge. I DNFed at 25%. I had previously read 15% before leaving it aside. As always, this is my honest opinion.

I gave this book two shots.


Model Finley needs someone to help her shed her “good girl” persona, so she’ll try Eddie on for size.
New York City model Finley is fed up with hearing the same feedback at castings: she needs to take some serious action to wipe the “good girl” stamp from her resume if she wants to launch to stardom.
Enter Eddie Wells. He’s shallow, predictable…and just as lost as Finley feels. Deep down, Finley is drawn to Eddie’s bravado, his intensity. Except Eddie is hiding something. A big something. And when it surfaces, both loving and leaving Finley will become so much harder.

Overall, I just wasn’t interested in the story. I didn’t care much for the characters, didn’t really get the feel and mood the story was attempting.

I didn’t care for Fin or Eddie, and I cared even less when they were together. I have a feeling the story was going to try to pull a long trying to stay apart before ultimately getting together story line and I didn’t have the patience for it.

There was just too much that I didn’t enjoy for me to get any actual enjoyment from it.


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