Title: Fool me thrice
Author: Sara-Lisa Andersson
Genre: Romance, Fiction
Josh doesn’t tell Caitlin the truth about his college application, because he doesn’t know how she’ll take it. But she finds out and she takes it badly. So bad, in fact, that she disappears from his life completely and without warning.
When their paths cross again, ten years later, in a different city and under very different circumstances, Josh is thrilled to finally get a chance to explain to her why he did what he did. But Caitlin doesn’t want to listen. In fact, she doesn’t want anything to do with him.
When Josh pushes her, Caitlin responds with a lie of her own. A big, fat, in-your-face lie, to protect her heart and the most important person in her life. Her son. And Josh’s.
What I think of it
Caitlin and Josh broke up 10 years ago during senior prom because of the devastating news he has been keeping from her. When she finds the news out (during senior prom) she decides to leave him without saying any word and moves on with her life.
This is the kind of books I like to read when it’s sunny outside. It’s light, short and you just enjoy the story.
I needed time to get into the book as it switches from point of views constantly. The plot was good but predictable (which is why I only gave it 3 stars) but like I said, it’s a perfect read for a summer day.