Tuesday, 15 October 2013
Review: Trust in Me by J. Lynn
I loved Wait For You, so when I got an email with a netgalley widget for Trust in Me I did not hesitate in clicking and downloading. Trust In Me is Cameron's version of events from Wait For You. We get to see exactly what he is thinking when Avery fist bumps into him, and what is running through his mind in all the moments he is silent in Wait For You.
Trust In Me is not a new story but definitely an eye opener, and enables us to get full perspective of this relationship. A few scenes benefited from this new point of view as we get to explore both persons feelings on situations they find themselves in, whether it's the make out scene where Cameron discovers what Avery's bracelet is hiding, or when Avery goes to Cameron's to watch the fight and doesn't seem happy to see her.
I demolished Trust In Me, and even though I knew what was going to happen, seeing Cameron's version of events somehow made it feel like a new book. Getting to see what is happening to Cameron when he isn't around in Wait For You gives us a bigger insight into his life, his family, and what is really going on before he has the courage to tell all to Avery. After finishing Trust In Me it makes me want the next book even more, but also shows me how perfect of a book boyfriend Cameron is.