This is the first book by Julianna Keyes that I had the immense pleasure to read. It’s definitely one of the outstanding New Adults I’ve read this year.
Going to college is a period to explore, learn to take responsibility for our choices and begin to know who we really are. Undecided shows exactly how this can be a vulnerable but important moment full of doubts, regrets and, of course, second chances. Nora shines as a heroine since it’s so easy to relate to her.
I specially loved the dialogue and funny scenes. What I also liked that it wasn’t full of hardcore drama and darkness, like most contemporary romances now, nor did it depende on a love triangle to work. The author has a talent to write believable and realistic sex scenes without making them sound anything less than hot – and that’s saying something because I read a lot of erotic romances! The chemistry between Nora and Crosbie is very concrete. Plus, who could resist Corisbie’s charm?
Now excuse me ‘cause I have to go look for Julianna’s previous books!
I voluntarily reviewed an eARC.