This book is actually good. 👌🏽📖
I actually liked this book.
•••*** Not that many spoilers; but there’s some yes***•
I kind of thought well figured that Lucas actually liked Charlotte from the first start when he met her at Maggie job. & then turns around and he’s the grandson of Winny. That’s what made them close. But I thought he was a prick until I realize he really not. His father is the one that made him so angry because his father felt like Lucas was a disappointment. One thing I’m glad on was not being born rich because often times the rich have it way worse than the poor. You gotta look at even though this person may not have all the money in the world they are more 100% happier. Money isn’t everything. Charlotte showed Luke is the real meaning of life and to actually be a nice person and that everyone loves their family in a good way.
Keith and their mother seem like evil people. No way; I would want someone to plan my life. When someone does that to their child that child will be 100% miserable or hateful in the long run. Because often times that’s not where they wanted to be. But I am glad Lucas found Charlotte in Sweet Water. Not for her; I think he would’ve had a horrible life. Plus I knew that he didn’t want Charlotte best friend Maggie I don’t understand how in the world both Charlotte mad Maggie didn’t see it. Plus, it’s understandable why her father didn’t move those cars but I am glad that Lucas helped in the end and Charlotte came to her senses about her wanting to be with Lucas. I was like girl you better forget what his father thinks; heck at least he the one that wants you.
He wasn’t supposed to be nice. This changes everything.
Charlotte Robinson has one goal: survive her senior year. Well, if she’s truthful, it’s actually to survive her new life without her mom. Which would be a lot easier to do if her dad was actually dealing with the death. Instead, he’s buried himself in so many abandoned vehicles that their yard has turned into a suburban junkyard and it’s just a matter of time before the city intervenes.
When Lucas Addington, the obnoxious rich kid who’s been banished to the small town of Sweet Water, douses her in his carmel macchiato, she’s pretty sure she’s reached her lowest low. But that’s only the beginning. He’s conceited and spoiled—everything she expected from a billionaire’s heir—until things begin to change. Suddenly, she finds herself drawn to him for reasons she can’t explain. He makes her feel safe and wanted, something she’d forgotten how to feel. Just when she allows herself to open up to him, her life comes crashing down around her.
Now Charlotte must decide if she can fix her crumbling life and keep Lucas, or fail and lose everything she holds dear…again.
1 town. 1 high school. 12 sweet romances. Read Misunderstanding the Billionaire’s Heir from Anne-Marie Meyer. It is the first installment of the Sweet Water High Multi-Author Series.