I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I loved the idea of this book because of the originality. I loved the numbers, I don’t think I’ve read anything like it.
Casey lives in her own little world with just her family and one close friend. She doesn’t like coming in contact with people, not because she doesn’t like people but because she can see the number of days they have left to live. I was really surprised with Casey being an introvert, she really didn’t have the personality of an introvert.
I didn’t really like P.J. as a character in the beginning, he seemed like such a player for sweet Casey. At the end I was rooting for him ans Casey! I loved how he was with the children and his sister. I loved how the ending connected. Did I mention I love this story! It’s a worthwhile read and I can’t wait to read more from this author.
He’s irresistible…but she’s the one person who knows his days are numbered
Casey’s touch can reveal the one thing a person would never want to know — the number of days they have left to live.
By the time Casey turns seventeen she’s learnt to withdraw. But the phobia she fakes in order to avoid human contact is sorely tested by hot, persistent, motorcycle riding PJ. For a girl who craves contact, maple eyed PJ is impossible to resist. When the inevitable happens, when hands, bodies and lips collide, Casey sees PJ’s number, one that can only be seen as a cruel twist of fate.
Now she must decide. Will she continue counting the days of her life, or start living a life that counts?
With the memorable writing and humor of writers such as Jandy Nelson’s I’ll Give You the Sun blended with the attitude, chemistry and unexpected plot twists of Katie McGarry’s best sellers, Make it Count is a romance that will leave you swooning and smiling.
Publisher: Clean Reads Publishing
Publication Date: 10 October, 2017
Happily Ever After: Sure does!
Heat Level: Sweet/Clean
Make it Count recently won the Romance Writers of Australia (RWA) 2017 First Kiss Competition and placed second in the RWA 2017 Ripping Start Competition. My debut young adult paranormal romance, Prophecy Awakened, won Readers Favourite 2017 Honourable Mention, RWA 2015 First Kiss competition and finalised in the Heart of Denver 2015 Molly competition.