In the last book the girl named Sydney was all over the place in the first two chapters and after that towards the concluding scenes the author and narrator got hold of everything. In this book Colleen Hoover leaves now weakness like that.
Warren is compact and no weakness the presentation scene, the boy gets lucky when he gets the chance to have a young girl as roommate. He is not reluctant to take on the chance but then his mind races elsewhere. Doubts appear like clouds in his mind making him lose his focus for a while about the upcoming roommate.
The girl was never the type he was expecting, she is the kind of girl who just hates the presence of a boy and as one debate lead to another the two conclude that they cannot live under the same roof. Warren tired of the fights still wants to prove his point about the stubborn girl. He has a theory that girls like Bridgette are extremists, they hate and love with the same intensity. So if the girl hates with that much glare in her eye than she would also convey the feeling of love with the same sort of extremity.
Some comic aspects also appear as Warren goes beyond his limits to prove his theory worthy. Again on girls and their love affairs like Finding Cinderella and Maybe Someday the book is a fan made material. Jason Carpenter is again with the narration and this is perhaps the first time we witness Colleen’s work with the same narrator in the second episode. It proves the worth of Jason Carpenter an excellent narrator no doubt.
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