Aimee Spencer learned the hard way that for some moments, there are no take-backs, no rewinds, no do-overs. A year ago her world imploded and Aimee has been running ever since. She doesn't want to feel. She doesn't want to remember. To bury the ghosts that haunt her, she is living a life that has become unrecognizable.
Cole Everly is a golden boy with a cocky smile and an attitude to match. He's grown accustomed to girls throwing themselves at his feet, but when Aimee trips and literally lands in his lap one afternoon, she's not at all what he expects. Difficult, damaged, closed-off. If Cole needed to make a list of qualities to avoid in a girl, Aimee would probably match up with every single one of them. He knows that he should stay away but he's drawn to her in a way that he can't exactly explain.
In this honest and absorbing story, Aimee and Cole struggle to sort out the thin spaces between loss and love. Ultimately, they will need to learn how to navigate through the pieces of the past if they want to hold on to the future and each other.
In This Moment begins when Aimee starts college back in the town she came from. She's been through a rough couple of years, and now she wants to start over, and start fresh. But her past seems to keep coming back to haunt her. Aimee ends up meeting Cole on the first day when she literally falls into him. Cole has been a major player for most of his life, and Aimee doesn't seem him changing especially not for her. But Cole can't seem to stay away from her. And when she only wants to be friends, things get even more complicated between them.
This book was okay. It wasn't bad, but not really that great either. I really enjoyed the plot line for the most part. I really loved most of the book towards the end. That's when the book felt like there were a lot of really big emotions in it, and it made everything come to life nicely.
The main thing that really made me semi dislike the book were the characters. I tried to like the hero and heroine, but I just found a hard time doing it. It felt like they both kept stringing each other along, then making mistakes that were extremely stupid. That really bugged me.
But other then that the book was enjoyable, and I finished it pretty quickly. It also had a very nice ending as well.