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Jonah let the girl he loved go six years ago, and he's regretted it ever since. But when he does his brother a favor, will he find a chance to fix everything that went wrong? Find the official description on Goodreads.
Kelli McCracken really showed the pain of her characters, the feelings they felt and everything that possibly could go wrong did. It made it much easier to find myself in the character's perspective because of this. And the perspectives of the characters certainly made sense but still it felt slightly sad about some of the opinions they held.
The romance in this book was difficult, took it's time and had plenty of speed bumps. But it was very realistic. Except for one incident that ultimately got the two together. But it was certainly an interesting incident, and one that gave a different view on the past events.
There were numerous times I wanted to shake the characters, laugh at them or just make them see sense. But the journey was certainly worth it in the end.
Only In Time is a good read, especially if you're looking for a romance.