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Brody is enjoying the stereotypical rockstar lifestyle and isn't looking to slow down anytime soon. But he meets Leah, struggling single mom and she falls for him. But will Brody feel the same? Find the official description on Goodreads.
Live Like You Mean It was told from the first person perspective. It was a good choice and the author wrote the book really well. The characters were well created and easily able to be understood or at least empathized with. Some you felt more for than others. It was very easy to get intertwined into the character's lives. There were some points where you were disappointed in characters, and that's what made the book interesting to read. You were invested in the characters and their lives.
The plot was also well done. It moved at a good pace and was not slow at any point. Live Like You Mean It was a good book that was well written.