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The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window

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Author: Kirsty Moseley

Published: April 28th 2012 by Createspace (first published April 29th 2011)

Format: Kindle Edition , 242 pages

Isbn: 9781469984018

Language: English


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Liam James, boy next door and total douchebag, is my brother’s best friend. I can’t stand him. Well, that’s not strictly true, at night I see a side of him that no one else does. Every night Liam becomes my safe haven, my protector, the one to chase the demons of my abusive childhood away and hold all the broken pieces of me together. He’s cocky, he’s arrogant, and he’s als Liam James, boy next door and total douchebag, is my brother’s best friend. I can’t stand him. Well, that’s not strictly true, at night I see a side of him that no one else does. Every night Liam becomes my safe haven, my protector, the one to chase the demons of my abusive childhood away and hold all the broken pieces of me together. He’s cocky, he’s arrogant, and he’s also some sort of playboy in training. With his ‘hit it and quit it’ mentality, he’s the last person you’d want to fall in love with. I only wish someone had told my heart that… The international bestselling novel, and finalist of the Goodreads choice awards YA fiction 2012.

30 review for The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window

  1. 5 out of 5

    Komal Mikaelson

    Warning: This is more of an angry and frustrated rant than a proper review. Forewarned is forearmed. Initial reaction after reading the book What the hell did I just read? It has to be the crappiest, silliest, the most pathetic book I've EVER read. Urgh! It was like reading the diary entry of a 12 year old teenager obsessesd with her boyfriend, with no fucking priorities at all. Oh, and just look at the average rating-4.11 Four point fucking one? Seriously people? Why would anyone even bother compl Warning: This is more of an angry and frustrated rant than a proper review. Forewarned is forearmed. Initial reaction after reading the book What the hell did I just read? It has to be the crappiest, silliest, the most pathetic book I've EVER read. Urgh! It was like reading the diary entry of a 12 year old teenager obsessesd with her boyfriend, with no fucking priorities at all. Oh, and just look at the average rating-4.11 Four point fucking one? Seriously people? Why would anyone even bother completing this book is beyond me. It made no fucking sense whatsoever. Just a random collection of bullshit by a whiny 12 5 year old. If this book had a personality, I'm pretty sure it would resemble Bella's stupidness and selfishness to a T. The Characters They were just vain, senseless humans creatures with a voracious appetite for sex. I mean, seriously, all everyone ever cared about was getting laid. Or making out. God, half of the fucking book is filled with description of people sucking each others' face. Or groping each other. Or betting on who can nail a boy first. Or flirting. Incessant, annoying, shameless flirting. Really? Is that all teenagers are all about these days? It's humiliating. Amber or Angel or Ambs or other shitload of names I. Can't. Even. Her characterisation was fucking dreadful. What person, after being sexually and physically abused by her father, no less, is completely comfortable with pervert boyfriend grabbing her butt every opportunity he gets. Or pushing his erection into her day in and day out? She dresses provocatively, flirts with every other boy and glorifies in it, AFTER being sexually abused? Seriously? It's like the author has no idea what an abused person goes through. She did pop in the issue once in a blue moon but all the gory, yes GORY details of making out, flirting and the romance overshadows pretty much everything. And when she did, I was either too irritated by Amber's dumbness or preoccupied with the latest stupid antic of the characters to pay much attention to it. Liam The supposedly perfect love interest. I don't even know where to start with this piece of shit. The boy, who is 18, is just too callow and naive. And why, oh why, doesn't he uses the girl's name? She has a fucking name for a fucking purpose. Oh, and the reason why he calls her Angel? This. Is. Ridiculous. This takes place during Liam's 6th birthday party when Amber, four, walks in through the door for the first time “He said in a deadly serious tone, ‘Momma, am I dead?’ And I said ‘no honey, you’re not dead’, and he shook his head, looking all confused about something. Then he pointed to you[Amber] dancing and said, ‘if I’m not dead, then why is there an Angel in our house?’” Liam's character was...disturbing. I struggled to watch her at her dance practice every Saturday, it was such a freaking turn on seeing her jumping around, shaking her ass. She honestly made my mouth water I wanted her so badly. Is that normal? Your mouth watered? Really? What is she a can of Ben & Jerry's that you can devour? Other characters Don't really care about any other characters. Just sufficient to say everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, had the dying-to-get-laid disease. The Writing The writing was terrible and shoddy. The sentence construction dreadful. The dialogues awfully cheesy. The descriptions annoyingly excessive. The whole fucking book was abound with so many grammatical errors that it was like reading an essay written a child who has absolutely no idea what English is about. And the exclamation marks! Oh my god! Practically every sentence ended with an exclamation mark! It was so damn grating on the nerves! Everyone in the entire book was either smirking, flirting or winking. Doesn't anyone ever talk straight? The book had reached such ginormous levels of ridiculousness that after a while, I stopped following the plot line and instead guffawed at every scene that was meant to be oh-so-touching! Conclusion The romance is unrealistic and dripping in fucking cheese. And not the sweet sorta but the downright puke-worthy and eye-roll inducing cheese. The characters are shallow and just plain dumb. The plot was non-existent, or had been upto the part I had managed to cover. The writing was horrifyingly bad. You know, I never though I'd say this but this novel was even more brain-cells-damaging than Twilight. It's sad really what today's Young Adult literature encompass.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kala

    Review also posted on my blog at: Kala's Book Blog This book is terrible. Absolutely terrible. I had a really long review written which included lots of quotes to back up my opinion, but then my power went out and I lost it (THANKS TROPICAL STORM ISAAC!). I'm re-writing most of it, but I don't feel like digging around my Kindle to get the quotes again. Sorry! Like I said, this book is terrible. The plot is terrible. The characters are terrible. The writing is terrible. The editing is REALLY terribl Review also posted on my blog at: Kala's Book Blog This book is terrible. Absolutely terrible. I had a really long review written which included lots of quotes to back up my opinion, but then my power went out and I lost it (THANKS TROPICAL STORM ISAAC!). I'm re-writing most of it, but I don't feel like digging around my Kindle to get the quotes again. Sorry! Like I said, this book is terrible. The plot is terrible. The characters are terrible. The writing is terrible. The editing is REALLY terrible. Right now, I can't think of one redeeming quality about it and I'm shocked I read the entire thing. It had promise. I liked the blurb and I thought reading about a girl who is emotionally scarred and damaged from years of sexual abuse from her father would be interesting. Instead, I got this load of horse dung. Amber and Jake are brother and sister. Amber has been getting molested by their dad since she was five. Jake, Amber, and their mom have been getting physically abused by the dad since forever. When Amber is 13, the dad beats Amber up and tries to rape her. Jake and his best friend, Liam, beat up the dad and tell him to go away forever. He leaves. Mom gets a job where she out of town 24/7, so Amber and Jake live home alone. Disappearing parent syndrome alert! How convenient! Police are never called about any of this. When Amber was 8, she was in her room crying. Liam, age 10, sneaks in and consoles her. He sleeps in her bed that night, which starts a trend that goes on for the next 8 years. Fast forward to Amber at age 16 and Liam at age 18. He's still sneaking into her room and sleeping in her bed at night. Amber is supposedly traumatized for life by the sexual abuse and has panic attacks whenever anyone touches her. Makes sense, except the author completely drops the ball here and these panic attacks only happen when it's convenient to the plot. Liam sleeps in her bed every night, rubbing his morning wood against her every morning (and sometimes before they fall asleep too), but she doesn't seem to mind that! Amber hates Liam, though she never shows it outside of making snarky comments when he is eating her cereal in the morning. He sleeps in her bed every night to keep her nightmares away, he saves her from all the wannabe rapists (and there are a lot), he drives her wherever she needs to go, he does EVERYTHING for this girl.... but she just keeps on keeping on with the inner monologue about how he's so selfish and she hates him and he's a man-whore. Not sure how much of a man-whore he can be when he is in her bed EVERY SINGLE NIGHT but whatever... Moving along... Amber is also unfortunate in that she lives in a town where every single person has zero self control when it comes to their sexual impulses. Jake and Liam are apparently SO good looking that the girls at their school mob their car when the arrive, pushing and shoving each other out of the way to get to Jake and Liam. It's like they're Justin Bieber or something. So freaking ridiculous and unrealistic and stupid. Amber is sexually assaulted or nearly sexually assaulted by every male character in the book. Apparently she's so good looking that they just can't stop trying to rape her. She's in a store, they come over and act all creepy try to kiss her and Liam has to come save her. She's at a party and a drunk guy pushes her against the counter and kisses her, and Liam has to save her. (At this point, she is not upset because of being sexually assaulted, she is SO EMO BECAUSE HE STOLE HER FIRST KISS... sigh). When a bunch of friends are at her house watching a movie, a third guy forces her into a kiss in the hallway and she kicks him in the balls. This is all before the 35% mark. Three wannabe rapists already! And that's not counting rapist dad! The girls are not any better. Every single girl in this book acts like a complete slut, including Amber. Amber's best friend Kate comes over to watch movies and starts grabbing Jake's dick. He keeps trying to tell her no and ends up begging Amber to intervene. Of course, he has a personality switch a few chapters later and starts "grinning wickedly" and flirting with Kate. Every female in this book acts like a bitch in heat, constantly purring and flirting and winking and pawing at the male characters even though the male characters are constantly calling them sluts and rejecting them. You would think after the first few rejections these girls would move on, but no... these girls can't control themselves and MUST try to have sex with every single boy they meet. So Amber and Liam end up making out and start secretly dating. When the hordes of girls at school constantly try to have sex with Liam, he turns them down saying he has a girlfriend. These girls then decide to start a bet to see who can "nail" Liam first. Every girl puts in $20 and they all try to get Liam to have sex with them. The pot gets to over FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS. So that's over 200 slutty girls all trying to get Liam to have sex with them. Amber puts in her $20 of course, and then starts acting like a big slut too, even though she's the mystery girlfriend. She decides to start driving Liam crazy by wearing a short skirt to school. She goes up to him in the crowded cafeteria and says she has a bruise on her thigh and asks him to look at it, then proceeds to spread her legs and show him her underwear. In front of the entire school. *twitch* After a week of dating, Amber and Liam end up having sex. Amber then becomes insatiable and they have sex constantly. None of this causes any issues with her panic attacks, she's fine with it. Guess she forgot about all that sexual abuse from her childhood. Amber also is in a dance crew (think Step Up / You Got Served) where she does sexually explicit dance moves with boys who touch her, but those don't cause panic attacks either. She decribes one move as having her legs around a boy's neck while she's on his shoulders, then flipping off and wrapping her legs around the boy's waist. No panic attacks here! Amber wins the sex bet and takes the $4000. To make the other girls jealous, she puts her hand down the front of Liam's pants in front of the entire school, hiding the money next to his johnson. *twitch* Now, this is where the plot goes in a totally different direction and starts getting REALLY stupid. Amber gets pregnant by Liam. Good thing there are no parents around to worry about this! Amber's rapist dad moves back to town with his new wife and son (and 17 year old step-son, Johnny). Johnny and Amber become BFFs, which is so beyond weird to me... but whatever. Amber then goes to rapist dad's house (!!!!!). Rapist dad threatens her with sexual assault again. They also find out that he's been beating his new wife and kids too! Jake and Liam find out and talk the wife and kids into leaving rapist dad and moving in with them. o.O Rapist dad gets upset, there is a big fight, he throws Amber against a wall causing her to have a miscarriage. Liam beats him up. Amber ends up in the hospital, where the police show up (wow, they exist in this town??) and they ARREST LIAM! Amber decides that the only way to resolve this is to meet with rapist dad in private where she records him admitting to his crimes and blackmails him into dropping charges. They all agree that he will go away and leave them alone. So this rapist dad is STILL free to go rape and abuse more people. He will almost definitely find another woman to abuse and possibly another young girl to molest (and possibly rape) but none of this matters because he is going to leave Amber alone now! She has PROOF that he committed heinous crimes against her and tried to RAPE HER but they're willing to let him be free to rape other people so long as he leaves her alone. What the hell is wrong with these people?? It's all okay though, because Liam becomes a big NHL star and Amber gets her picture taken by the paparazzi all the time and graduates with a degree in dance choreography. Who cares that they let a rapist free to rape other children, they get their happily ever after! Wink count: 48 Purr count: 37 Smirk count: 74 Flirt count: 38 Ass count: 91 (this one was the most annoying...everyone calls each other "hot ass" "sexy ass" "fine ass" nonstop throughout the entire book) Please don't waste your time on this book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jurate

    So, meet Amber and Liam They aren't couple , but they sleep together since they were kids BUT THEY JUST SLEPT But then something changes and she starts to feel something And of course he feels something too “He turned to me, and do you know what he said to me ? He said in a deadly serious tone, 'Momma, am I dead?' And I said 'no honey, you're not dead', and he shook his head, looking all confused about something. Then he pointed to you dancing and said, 'if I'm not dead, then why is there an Angel So, meet Amber and Liam They aren't couple , but they sleep together since they were kids BUT THEY JUST SLEPT But then something changes and she starts to feel something And of course he feels something too “He turned to me, and do you know what he said to me ? He said in a deadly serious tone, 'Momma, am I dead?' And I said 'no honey, you're not dead', and he shook his head, looking all confused about something. Then he pointed to you dancing and said, 'if I'm not dead, then why is there an Angel in our house.'” “Liam, what do you want from me ?" "Everything.” They were all for each other > “She was the only thing I needed. If everything else went away tomorrow, the big house, all the cars, the money, I wouldn't care. As long as I still got to hold her every night, I would still be the luckiest guy in the world.” This was so so sweet story, that the whole time I was grinning like a fool . There was love, a litlle action, drama, humor... One of my favorite book.. (view spoiler)[ Used Delena gifs 'cause I'm team Delena :DDD (hide spoiler)]

  4. 5 out of 5

    Aestas Book Blog

    Almost 4 stars... maybe 3.5 :S "It's always been you; it'll always be you, Angel." My goodness I felt torn about how to rate this book. There were literally times where I was grinning, and awww-ing and proclaiming my whole-hearted love for the book... but then, there were times where I'd cringe, roll my eyes or want to throttle the characters. I kept going back and forth between 2.5 and 4.5 stars. It was a tough call because the good parts were reeeeally heart-meltingly good but the inconsiste Almost 4 stars... maybe 3.5 :S "It's always been you; it'll always be you, Angel." My goodness I felt torn about how to rate this book. There were literally times where I was grinning, and awww-ing and proclaiming my whole-hearted love for the book... but then, there were times where I'd cringe, roll my eyes or want to throttle the characters. I kept going back and forth between 2.5 and 4.5 stars. It was a tough call because the good parts were reeeeally heart-meltingly good but the inconsistencies and some parts of the writing kind of brought it down for me. This book has a fair bit of flaws (moments of stilted dialogue, a LOT of out-of-character, unrealistic and nonsensical actions from the heroine, some not-so-great writing, and plain flat-out stupidity), but the thing is, if you can (and I mostly did) overlook those flaws, and remember that this is purely a work of fiction, its actually a very adorable, at times hot, and definitely aww-worthy romance about a girl who came for an abusive home and a boy who has loved her since she was a little kid, has been her protector ever since then, and is willing to do just about anything to make her happy, comfortable, feel safe, and loved.. Its all very swoony and sweet underneath the flaws. 8-year-old Amber lives with her mother and older brother Jake in constant fear of the verbal, physical, emotional (and in Amber's case, sexual) abuse inflicted on them by their father. No kid should ever have to lock their bedroom door at night just to feel safe. But every night, once her door is locked and no one can hurt her anymore, her brother's best friend Liam (10 years old), sneaks into her bedroom window and just holds her as she cries, comforts her when she feels unsafe, and by secretly staying with her through every night, helps her to push back the pain. So, so sweet of him! *sniff* "...he was wearing his pajamas ... "I saw you through the window. I just wanted to come and make sure you were alright, he whispered... I'm not leaving until you stop crying,"...He had his arms wrapped around me so tightly that I couldn't even squirm away. I felt safe and warm. I scooted closer to him... and sobbed into his chest." Cut to 8 years later, Liam is still sneaking in through her window and staying the night with her (awwwww, right??) and he has almost every night since they were kids. His presence is the only thing that keeps her nightmares away. Jake, the older brother and Liam's best friend, is seriously protective of her too. His willingness to do absolutely everything to protect his sister and to keep her physically and emotionally away from anything that could hurt her was really gorgeous. But Amber can't figure Liam out. He's an annoying and lovable jerk by day, and the sweetest guy ever by night. He's also your typical man-whore - plenty of girls, no girlfriends, no meaningful connections. He has always really only had eyes for Amber. "Night Liam was considerate, loving and thoughtful. Day Liam was a flirt, slut and a jerk. However, both night and day Liams made me feel safe and protected." I was a little frustrated with how long it took Amber to clue into Liam's feelings for her, but at the same time, it was really sweet to watch her come into the realization that the guy who'd been sharing her bed since they were kids is also crazy about her. I have to say that I LOVED Liam!! Seriously, he made the book for me. He was utterly, perfectly sweet, swoony, hot and thoughtful. The guy literally had no flaws other than his man-whoring past (which he completely stopped once they got together). He has always seen himself as her protector and is always watching out for her. Whats more, he knows what she's been though and although he's completely in love with her and wants more, he never ever pushed her outside of her comfort zone and just settled for being protective and caring for her, willing to just be whatever she needed from him. Once Amber started to realize that she has feelings for him, the adorable hotness begins as they start going out... Its really hard not to love a guy who is always telling his girl how beautiful he thinks she is, who will check the bathrooms and closets for undead after a scary zombie movie, and who can't fall asleep without being wrapped around his girl. I went though many "awwww, he's just so freaking sweet" moments that made my heart squeeze :) And I loved how Liam was the only person who could help her through her pain, who understood her deep down, who knew what she needed, who made her feel safe - it was really cute. He totally let her set the pace of the relationship, was endlessly patient, never pushing her or rushing her, but yet always letting her know he was there for her and ready to go wherever she was comfortable going. And once they started going, he pulled out all the swoony stops. "Liam, what do you want from me?" I asked quietly... He put his finger under my chin and lifted my face so I had to look up at him. "Everything," he said simply." But I also felt it was all a little too 'romance book perfect'. The story basically had a lot of the elements that make romance books swoony, but I felt like (at times) they were a bit crudely put together - not all the pieces fit and sometimes it just made the whole thing feel off-kilter at times. Also, there were times when the characters felt much older than they were and especially in the second half of the book, there were a lot of over-the-top and cheesy elements. The intention was swoony, but the execution, not always so much. But if you could overlook that and a few other things, the book was really cute. This book touches on themes of abuse and teen pregnancy, and is set again a high school background, however the focus of the story is the romance. There is a really adorable epilogue and there's no cheating or separation in the book. Once Amber and Liam get together, they are both completely crazy about each other with no deviations. "My girl." He kissed me again. "The only one I want." However, despite a lot of steamy buildup, teasing, flirting, making out etc, the actual bedroom scenes are fade-to-black. Its YA, but its hot YA :P How I see Liam and Amber: For more of my reviews, visit Aestas Book Blog And come join the Aestas Book Blog Facebook Page

  5. 4 out of 5

    Beatrix

    One of the worst books I've read! 'Nuff said!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Saania Zee Jamal ϟ

    WARNING: this review/rant contains spoilers (but hopefully by the end of it, you won't want to bother with it either way). A list of some of the reasons why I, not disliked, not hated, but despised this trash of a novel: ↠ Painful grammatical errors sprinkled all throughout (because who needs a BETA reader, right?) ↠ Countless repetitions dripping with mozzarella (á la "It's always been you, Angel" "I love you, no I love you more, Angel!" and more cheesy bullshit along that vein. Between this and T WARNING: this review/rant contains spoilers (but hopefully by the end of it, you won't want to bother with it either way). A list of some of the reasons why I, not disliked, not hated, but despised this trash of a novel: ↠ Painful grammatical errors sprinkled all throughout (because who needs a BETA reader, right?) ↠ Countless repetitions dripping with mozzarella (á la "It's always been you, Angel" "I love you, no I love you more, Angel!" and more cheesy bullshit along that vein. Between this and Taher Shah's musical monstrosity that wreaked havoc across my country, I never want to hear the word 'angel' again.) ↠ Shallow, sex-driven characters (every. single. one of them. Is this a school or a fucking playboy mansion?) ↠ Asshole of a love interest ('I know you're a fragile victim of sexual trauma and I totally care for you baby, but let me just go ahead and grope your ass -in public- every two pages anyway, cause this is a romance book and everything I do is unbearably sexy and your past magically poofs at the touch of my holy dick and this is all very realistic of course.') ↠ Lack of any emotional depth whatsoever (You can cut these characters out of their goddamn pages, they're so cardboard.) ↠ Pathetically idiotic protagonist (oh I know, I'll run off to save the day by confronting my abusive fuck of a father even though the situation's already under control and then most likely get abused again, except this time, while carrying a baby– genius! Oh AND I could've just filed a case against my dad for attempted rape all this time but I won't because then where would the plot in this thinly-veiled, shoddily written smutfest be?) ↠ It's just one more miserable addition to the ever-growing collection of unoriginal new adult novels (Mary-Sue! Adonis! Dickhead with good intentions! Troubling past! Sexual abuse! Highschool drama! Teenage angst! Flawless first time! Accidental pregnancy! Miscarriage! Happily ever after! Woohoo!) I could go on forever. But if I type any further, I may just suffer an aneurysm, so I'm gonna go tear my eyes out instead.

  7. 5 out of 5

    kirstin ✿

    Some books are meant to teach us lesson. Some, to give us information. Others, to provide entertainment. After reading The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window , I thought "Where do we put this horrible book?" Because it is neither of the three. Well, okay. It might provide entertainment for those who seek for this kind of story. But to me it's a big no no. This was a horrible and infuriating read. Kind of insulting to the female and male population who were looked up to be slut and man-whore b Some books are meant to teach us lesson. Some, to give us information. Others, to provide entertainment. After reading The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window , I thought "Where do we put this horrible book?" Because it is neither of the three. Well, okay. It might provide entertainment for those who seek for this kind of story. But to me it's a big no no. This was a horrible and infuriating read. Kind of insulting to the female and male population who were looked up to be slut and man-whore by the author. Clearly Kirsten haven't encountered a lot of teenagers. Or she might have. And unfortunately, she met the worsts. This novel is a Wattpad sensation. Written by one of the most popular authors in the said site. I guess she should just stay in there. Because her work, particularly this one, is an example of non-sense. The theme of the book? Urg, I don't know if there's any. Let's start with the main protagonist, Amber. She's annoying, stupid, slut, immature, unreal, stereotype. I could mention everything that will make one character a target for despise. But there's too many. And I know yo9u get my point. Not to mention, she's a fucking Mary Sue. And it made me hate her so much! There were moments when she would describe herself as if she's perfect. Not too often would she remind us of her figure. Curvy. Sexy. Blah blah blah. What happened to the show-not-tell rule? Because in here, instead of showing us and letting us picture her, she would practically plant into our mind that she's fucking sexy! How's that? How would you feel when someone walks up to you and say "Can't you see how gorgeous I am?" I'm honestly infuriated! I abhor her to the bottom of my hypothalamus. While having a protective brother is sweet, and having a boyfriend who's probably the hottest guy in school seems so cool, you put it in this book and it's unrealistic. To be honest, everything and everyone in this book is superbly unrealistic. This kind of novel doesn't need researching unlike the others, such as science fiction or fantasy, but I think the author of this needs one. Because last time I checked not all high school girls and boys are whore and man-whore. There's also this author's habit of starting almost every chapter with Amber waking up next to Liam, telling us how his boner poked her in various body parts. As in practically every chapter. And it got annoying. I'm tired of giving a crap to this book. But you just have to be reminded how bad this is. It's terrible. Oh, and I haven't mentioned the fact that I didn't even finish it. I just couldn't get myself into continuing it. And I'm the one who always finishes a story. I don't get it why there are people who even liked it. But if I were you, I wouldn't waste my time on this one.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Natasha is a Book Junkie

    What a gorgeous gorgeous book!!! I started reading it in the afternoon and refused to go to sleep until it was finished. I’d like to think that I’m over books set in high school but this book proved me wrong. It had me wrapped around its sweet little ‘fingers’ from beginning to end and I think it had everything to do with the loveable characters. I was looking for an angst-free read and, for most of the book, that is exactly what I got. The story centres on three characters - Amber, her brother J What a gorgeous gorgeous book!!! I started reading it in the afternoon and refused to go to sleep until it was finished. I’d like to think that I’m over books set in high school but this book proved me wrong. It had me wrapped around its sweet little ‘fingers’ from beginning to end and I think it had everything to do with the loveable characters. I was looking for an angst-free read and, for most of the book, that is exactly what I got. The story centres on three characters - Amber, her brother Jake and Jake’s best friend Liam. We meet them when Amber is 8 and the boys are 10. We are immediately thrown into the household nightmare in which Amber and Jake live, and the horror that the these two kids have to survive each day. They are both physically and emotionally abused by their … (*note to self - can’t use profanities here to describe people*) father and Amber is also being sexually abused by him. We get a short glimpse of an ordinary day in their life, the suffering and helplessness, especially Amber’s and then we get to meet Liam. He lives next door. He sees Amber crying one evening, taps on her window, asks her to let him in, embraces her with a brotherly hug, comforts her through her sobbing and doesn’t let her go until the morning. And so this becomes a daily routine. For the next 8 years, Liam sleeps in Amber’s bed, protects her from her nightmares by simply holding her while she sleeps. I know what you’re thinking but take your mind out of the gutter right now! It’s one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen described. Amber is a traumatised child who cannot bear to be touched. Liam’s touch is the only physical contact (except her mother’s and brother’s) that does not give her panic attacks. He finds a way of calming her down when nothing else works. The whole thing about putting his lips on her neck to help her steady her breathing and calm her down made me cry. Liam is the sweetest male character I have ever come across in my ‘reading travels’. What fascinated me the most at that point was the ‘bipolar’ nature of their relationship - at night, Liam was attentive, sweet, gentle, while during the day their dynamic would change completely. He would tease her incessantly, provoke her just to get a reaction from her, and do everything he could to appear like a player in everyone’s eyes, including Amber’s. The only thing he couldn’t hide during the day was his protective streak towards her. And so their relationship evolves. One kiss and nothing is the same after that. We discover the depth of Liam’s feelings for Amber, how he has loved her from the first moment he laid eyes on her when she was 4 and he thought he was staring at an angel. He loves her so beautifully and so unconditionally that it made my heart melt. But he also loves her patiently, never pushing her out of her comfort zone and always making her feel like the most beautiful and adored girl in the world. Amber takes her time to realise that she loves him too but he never pressures her into it. I was constantly expecting something to ruin their fairy-tale romance, maybe because it normally happens in the books I read, but I was very happy that nothing ever did. Amber had survived through so much ugliness in her life and I was happy that she got to have this one positive and bright constant in her life - Liam’s love. The other important relationship in this book is between Amber and her brother Jake. Jake has protected her ever since their father’s abuse started when they were kids. He would provoke the father just to shelter Amber from the beatings and he would comfort her afterwards. It was only natural that he became an over-protective brother later on who threatened any guy who got even mildly interested in Amber. Including Liam. In the beginning, Amber and Liam’s relationship was kept secret from Jake fearing his reaction. When he does find out, I can’t say that I was surprised that he doesn’t overreact as everyone would have expected. He witnesses first-hand the unique bond that Liam and Amber have developed, his protectiveness towards her and the way only Liam can make her snap out of her almost-catatonic reactions to memories of past abuse and mentions of their father. I didn’t think it was unrealistic that he didn’t go all ‘nuclear’ at Liam - Jake has perceived himself as Amber’s protector ever since he can remember and her emotional well-being and safety came first for him. However, he knew that he never had the calming effect on Amber that Liam had and eventually his love and concern for Amber overtook his over-protectiveness. This book is not about the abuse itself as it is only really happening at the start and end of the book. This book is about the trauma that physical/sexual abuse causes and about coping mechanisms. And it is a book about love, pure untainted love. My only reservations about this truly beautiful read were the spelling and grammar mistakes, not to mention the endless omitted words throughout the text. I understand that this might be a self-published book but surely someone else at some stage had the opportunity to edit it and correct the errors. I am a bit narky about this and I normally ignore mistakes when there are only a few but, in this case, they really distracted me too often and made me lose track of what I was reading because I was desperately trying to figure out what word should have been there to make the sentence make sense. Otherwise, I liked the writing style. I thought it was simple but appropriate for the intended audience and the narrative was easy to follow. So, I’ll finish this review on a positive note. I am very happy that I’ve read this book, I had no expectations whatsoever as I had heard very little about it and was only pleasantly surprised to discover how much I liked it. I compare reading this book to eating a really big bar of chocolate - enjoyable throughout, with occasional pieces of marshmallows or chilli in it, it made me pleasantly full in the end but I needed to brush my teeth afterwards. ~ N ♥ See this review on my blog!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Kyle

    3.5 LIAM Stars ”Could this boy be any more perfect?” [image error] This story had a lot of things that were far-fetched but it also had Liam James, a swoon worthy hero that had me reading on, even though at times I was rolling my eyes. It just goes to show you a great male lead can sometimes save a story. The premise of the story is quite simple, Amber and her big brother Jake have been suffering physical, and on her part sexual abuse by the hands of their father. Amber’s brother’s best friend, 3.5 LIAM Stars ”Could this boy be any more perfect?” [image error] This story had a lot of things that were far-fetched but it also had Liam James, a swoon worthy hero that had me reading on, even though at times I was rolling my eyes. It just goes to show you a great male lead can sometimes save a story. The premise of the story is quite simple, Amber and her big brother Jake have been suffering physical, and on her part sexual abuse by the hands of their father. Amber’s brother’s best friend, Liam lives next door and one night he sees her crying and decides to climb up into her room and offer her comfort by staying the night in her bed. This routine of Liam and Amber sleeping together nightly goes on for eight years without getting caught and seemingly having a different relationship during the daylight hours. ”It was like he had a split personality. By day he would annoy me, making me crazy and angry all the time, and by night he would be the sweetest boy in the world and would cuddle me, making me feel safe and secure.” The story goes ahead eight years where Liam and Jake are high school seniors and the crush of every girl in their school. Amber and Jake’s father has been out of the picture for years but her nightmares are still kept at bay by Liam's nightly visits. Amber doesn’t like being touched and the two have a hate-hate relationship it seems during the day because she sees him as her brother’s arrogant best friend and man-whore. It must be noted that never in those eight years has anything happened between the two in her room. One night, while Amber and Jake’s mother was away on business (she was never home, she never went to authorities to protect herself or her kids either) Amber and Liam share their first kiss and she begins to see him in a whole new light. ”Liam, what do you want from me?” I asked quietly, looking at my soaked sneakers. He put his finger under my chin and lifted my face so I had to look at him. “Everything,” he said simply.” Well there is a whole lot that was off in the story like… the fact that 200 girls in their high school paid 20 dollars each in a pool claiming that they could get Liam James to cheat on his mystery girlfriend. The idea that every single girl in the school was promiscuous and of course my BIG ISSUE- Amber not sure about dating Liam because he would expect sex and she wasn’t that kind of girl and had touching issues and then she gives it up within a week? ”…wow, I was a slut. I slept with a boy I’d been dating for a week; The story hits a ridiculous vibe in the middle but Liam James’ perfect book boyfriend vibe had me reading on even when Amber felt like a walking contradiction. Things get kicked into action when Amber and Jake’s father moves back into town with a new wife and her teenage son, Johnny. A whole lot of crazy goes down in which I was left questioning the fact that a sixteen year old girl can release herself from the hospital and the whole freeing themselves of their father’s evil plan that didn’t include going to the authorities to protect a future family from this monster. Overall, this story had many things that didn’t work but with one fantastic big brother, Jake and a dreamy hero, Liam made it a memorable read. ”It’s always been you; it’ll always be you, Angel.”

  10. 5 out of 5

    M.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was really bad. It wasn't the writing or the grammar mistakes. It was the plot - or better saying, lack of it - that made me stop reading it 20% through. So Amber is supposed to be a traumatized teen because she had endured abuse from her father up until she was 13. Let me point out here that when I say abuse, I'm talking almost rape, not counting the many years of molestation she endured up until her father tried to rape her. However, Amber is anything but traumatized. She says she is This book was really bad. It wasn't the writing or the grammar mistakes. It was the plot - or better saying, lack of it - that made me stop reading it 20% through. So Amber is supposed to be a traumatized teen because she had endured abuse from her father up until she was 13. Let me point out here that when I say abuse, I'm talking almost rape, not counting the many years of molestation she endured up until her father tried to rape her. However, Amber is anything but traumatized. She says she is and that she can't stand people touching her but she sleeps with Liam, her neighbor and her brother's best friend every night, and is not in the least fazed that he is all over her and always wakes up with a boner. The only time she freaked out was when Liam touched her butt and when a random guy tried to kiss her at a party. There are more things wrong with the story like Jake, her allegedly super protective brother that besides telling Liam to stay away from Amber, never seems to be there when Amber needs protection(like when random guy was kissing her). The absentee mother was also too convenient. The woman had endured abuse by her husband, watched him do the same to her kids, and she wasn't the one who kicked the him to the curb (her son and Liam did) but suddenly she is a PA for an executive and spends most of her time away from her kids. Wait, what? It makes no sense, I know.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ali Cooper

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This Book? Yea, it’s my nightmare. Is this what creative writing has come to? This is beyond ridiculous and unacceptable to what reading a YA book has come to. Whoever's idea was to even pick up this book was either drunk or making a joke out of it. I mean I wouldn't even consider this a book but a ridiculous explanation to publish a book just for it to be publish. Nobody even put effort to make it better NEITHER did they find a editor to edit the book. Do you know that instead of "enjoying" this book, This Book? Yea, it’s my nightmare. Is this what creative writing has come to? This is beyond ridiculous and unacceptable to what reading a YA book has come to. Whoever's idea was to even pick up this book was either drunk or making a joke out of it. I mean I wouldn't even consider this a book but a ridiculous explanation to publish a book just for it to be publish. Nobody even put effort to make it better NEITHER did they find a editor to edit the book. Do you know that instead of "enjoying" this book, that I spent my time correcting her mistakes? I mean the book was bad enough but making the reader correct someone else's mistakes??? You seriously got to be kidding right? I thought books were professionally publish? Well what happened here? There's many many MANY, things wrong with this book and I could write a book on it, but I don't usually write reviews on books just get down to the point, but since this book was so terrible I must say what's on my mind. Where do I start? Ok, I think I got it. So the Title of this book isThe Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom WindowRight? Automatically you think "Oh, so its a romance book" But then you get the overview and you think "So maybe her father did things to her and her best boy/friend visited her at night" But then you read the book and it's nothing you predicted...not even close. So you have this girl who has a past of an abusive father and now it has followed her in her teen years. But ever since that night, her brother's bestfriend has been sneaking in her window just to give her comfort. Ok, Hold That BUTTON ! So her father abuses her and she lets a young boy (such as herself) sneak into her room. 1. Why would a kid sneak into another kids window? How does a kid know that much of comfort? I dont even think adults would go that far. 2. I'm pretty sure that young girls are explained to to never have a guy over (only if you have a brother). But in this case the dude sneaks into her bedroom and goes to sleep with her. No sense at all. I was rather confuse then thinking it was cute. Now, lemme continue. Fast forward and now everyone is grown up and in high school. HIGH SCHOOL. Honestly, I thought high school was made up of different personalities and not just two. 1. Main character is the perfect but insecure girl. 2. ALL girls are sluts / ALL boys are jerks and only want sex. Okay. So high school was not what I thought It'd be...AT ALL. I was really excited to go but now I'm scared I might fall into the wrong category. She messed up my dreams. I thought high school was supposed to be filled with musicians, actors, money makers, jocks, good guys, nice girls, nerds, etc. But no, sluts, sluts and more sluts She diffidently Exaggerated on this book and it was TERRIBLE. I was just soo... confused at what this book was trying to achieve. Ok on to the next subject... So the main character has a brother that is very protective and her brother has a best friend.. Their both players but the best friend has this "thing" for her... Pause, Rewind, and Delete. I have never thought that a guy would be in love with a girl BUT still sleeps with others. THAT MAKES NO SENSE. I don't kno if that's how guys show there love now-a-days but.. that it just doesnt make any sense. I cant even think straight anymore this is.. I dont even think I can finish this coz this really has given me a killer headache. But as my conclusion, I did give this "author" one star on having a nice over photo and that's it. I'm not sure what this woman tried to get at but this is just wrong, if your going to write a book, make it make sense, put some humor in there maybe, learn how to spell, I dunno just throwing things out there. But now I know to be very careful at the books I pick up. Thank You for reading if you did... ~A

  12. 4 out of 5

    Angela Parker

    I am at a complete loss here. And in more ways than one. Goodreads reviews rarely let me down. So when I saw that this book had 4+ rating I was totally on board. You lie. People of Goodreads. You lie, and you lied good. The book had a lot of potential. I really liked the idea of after a traumatic life, Ambers neighbor has been coming in and sleeping with her every night. The thought sweet. The story poorly executed. I need to google this author and find out if the name is a pen name for a 15 year I am at a complete loss here. And in more ways than one. Goodreads reviews rarely let me down. So when I saw that this book had 4+ rating I was totally on board. You lie. People of Goodreads. You lie, and you lied good. The book had a lot of potential. I really liked the idea of after a traumatic life, Ambers neighbor has been coming in and sleeping with her every night. The thought sweet. The story poorly executed. I need to google this author and find out if the name is a pen name for a 15 year old who just got a laptop for Christmas. Because the dialog and story line in this book would suggest so. There were so many things that irritated me about this book. The fact that Amber is constantly talking about how she doesn't like being touched, listen.. We've got it. You don't like being touched. Having to remind the reader on every page- not necessary. And the fact that a girl who withstood years upon years of molestation from her father would be so dead set on being touched but very open to openly flirting and purposely strutting around to get a rise out of the boys around here. And did I miss the part where it talked about her brother being Zac Effron and and her boyfriend being Justin Bieber? Because as I recall- there was absolutely NO gorgeous guys in my high school that warranted their own sexually obsessed and aggressive entourage every day. Liam- who had good intentions annoyed me by seemingly forgetting Ambers name and calling her "Angel" every time he spoke to her. I've got to stop here, or I could go all day with ranting about this book. It has left me sceptical of Goodreads reviews!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mali Mor ❤️ The Romantic Blogger

    Amber and her brother Jake have suffered severe abuse from their father since they were children. One night, when Amber was 8, she cried in her room until 10-year-old Liam, the boy next door and Jake's best friend, came in through her window to comfort her. They fell asleep together and their night was much better - so it went on for years, without anyone knowing... 😍💙 Now, Amber is 16 and Liam is 18 - and he's a player and a 'man-whore', but at night he always comes back to her bed, to prote Amber and her brother Jake have suffered severe abuse from their father since they were children. One night, when Amber was 8, she cried in her room until 10-year-old Liam, the boy next door and Jake's best friend, came in through her window to comfort her. They fell asleep together and their night was much better - so it went on for years, without anyone knowing... 😍💙 Now, Amber is 16 and Liam is 18 - and he's a player and a 'man-whore', but at night he always comes back to her bed, to protects her from the nightmares... But maybe besides protecting her in her sleep, he could do more? And what will happen when her abusive father returns to town...? 😱 SPOILER ALERT! If your planning to read the book, I recommends to stop reading this review... 😉 . . . . . The book was very childish (well, the heroine is 16, so it was OK) But what bothered me more, was that her behavior was inconsistent - her entire life Amber was afraid of touch because of her father (even when her best friend hugged her, she shivered) but since Liam told her about his feelings and they became a couple, she started flirting with everyone and dressed provocatively? That's not how you were supposed to act, lady!!! 😳 And why the hell is everyone in school in love with her? And what is the fucking deal with everyone's trying to kiss her?!?!? Liam was Yummy!!! I would sleep with an open window for such a neighbor... well, it's a known fact that there is nothing sexier than a man waiting for sex, even forever, for the girl he loves! (I'm ready! Take me NOW) 😂🔥 But... He was in love with Amber for years but afraid of her protective brother, so he was a man-whore by day and Romeo by night?! Come on, shout up. (*eye roll*) Besides, they slept better next to each other, and so it went on. But if they spent nights apart (family vacations, etc.) they couldn't fall asleep... codependency, anyone?! That's not healthy, you guys! 😬 But the highlight was when Amber told her mother that she and Liam were together, and she was really happy for them because... there was always "sexual tension" between them! 😱 Sexual tension, lady?! Your daughter is 16! Go buy her a Barbie!!!! 🙈😂 Then, when Amber finally felt ready for sex, the next day, she saw Liam laughing with his friends - and told herself he must really suffered because he wasn't used to wait for sex... but do you know how long he waited from the moment they became a couple to when Amber decided she was ready...? A FUCKING WEEK!!!!!!!!! 😂 Damn, teenagers today are dumb as $%^&! And if that's not enough, she also got pregnant and had a miscarriage - all while her mom was at work (I'm telling you, she didn't come home for more than a week... I was worried about her more than I was about Amber! 😂) That was when I got dizzy and decided to DNF, 3 chapters before the book ended (!!!) - because who knows what will happen next... Tsunami? Zombies? Anything is possible!!! 😭 To summer up - I loved to hate this book. 💙 In my opinion, this is a MUST READ for every girl - so she could learn what *NOT* to do and how *NOT* to act! 😂 • I listened to the AUDIO version. 🎧 ▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️ 📖 ᖴOᒪᒪOᗯ ᗰE Oᑎ IᑎᔕTᗩGᖇᗩᗰ: https://www.instagram.com/the_romanti... 📖 ᐯIᔕIT ᗰY ᗷᒪOG ᖴOᖇ ᗰOᖇE ᖇEᐯIEᗯᔕ: https://books-romance.com/ 📖 GOOᗪᖇEᗩᗪᔕ: https://bit.ly/3acMRMP 💕 לקריאת הסקירה בעברית, כנסו לבלוג: https://books-romance.com/ 💕

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    Let me just start off by saying that the max rating this book could have gotten out of me was 4 stars. It lost 1 star automatically for all the grammatical errors (and believe me, there were plenty). I’ve tried to hide all spoilers but a few may have leaked through in the review. The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window sounded so promising to me. A brother and sister are abused by their father. Brother’s best friend sees the sister crying in her bedroom one night when they are young and he climbs Let me just start off by saying that the max rating this book could have gotten out of me was 4 stars. It lost 1 star automatically for all the grammatical errors (and believe me, there were plenty). I’ve tried to hide all spoilers but a few may have leaked through in the review. The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window sounded so promising to me. A brother and sister are abused by their father. Brother’s best friend sees the sister crying in her bedroom one night when they are young and he climbs into her window to make sure she’s okay. The synopsis makes it sound like the best friend helps heal the girl and while doing this she realizes her feelings for this boy are deeper than she could have imagined. I went in expecting a story about strength, healing, love, and emotional bonds formed through abuse. But instead, I got your typical girl falls in love with boy who’s been in love with her forever, thrown in with some ridiculous and utterly unbelievable plotlines. Let’s start with Amber. Completely untramatized by what happened to her when she was younger. Even though her father beat the shit out of her and her brother every day, and she was molested and almost raped by her father, she has never seen a therapist, talked about what happened, or even seems remotely affected by the abuse – until someone touches her which is when the author remembers that there’s an abuse backstory and puts in a freakout. But this is very inconsistent. Like I said, the author only remembers the abuse backstory about half of the time (but I will discuss that later). She’s constantly putting herself in these positions that could have been easily avoided had so, I don’t know, actually put two seconds of thought into them. I just could not feel for her in any of these situations. Oh, did I mention that every single boy to pass within Amber’s radius falls instantly in love with her? But of course she never notices this. Then there’s Amber’s older brother Jake who didn’t really have much of a personality except overprotective jock brother. The only things we knew about Jake was that he played hockey with Liam, playboy who sleeps around, every girl in school wanted him, over protective of Amber, he was also abused by his father without the sexual aspects, oh and he’s also abusive. Wait…what? Yup, you read that right. Jake has anger issues. He beats up his best friend regularly. But this is normal behavior and it’s okay, since he’s just protecting his sister. *blinks blinks blinks* But like so many other things in this book, Jake’s abusive issues are never discussed. Oh, and he’s overprotective of Amber. Did I mention that already? Because the author felt the need to mention that on almost every page that involved Jake. The third main character of this little story, and the only one who’s anywhere near likable, is Liam – the best friend. Liam, like Jake, is also on the hockey team, playboy who sleeps around, wanted by every girl in the school, over protective of Amber…so he’s basically Jake. I liked parts of Liam – his sweetness, how tender and patient he was with Amber. And come on, the idea of a little 10 year old boy climbing into the window of his best friends little sister to comfort her is adorable. But he was just so poorly written that I couldn’t fall in love with him the way I wanted to. So much of this story was just so unbelievable that it walked on the side of ridiculous. There will be a few spoilers here, sorry; I will hide the main ones, but I just can’t not point these out. A few examples: -a school bet over who could be the first girl to sleep with Liam even though he has a girlfriend where the winning pot gets to $4000 and Amber enters (btw, she’s dating Liam at this point and no one knows, so she figures she can win some money) -Liam and Amber NEVER get caught even though he’s been sleeping in her room every night for about 8 years. Apparently parents never check on their children. -a 6 year old falls in love with a 4 year old…just no. -Liam giving up a FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIP to a school in Boston so he doesn’t have to leave Amber alone during her final two years of high school. Oh but wait, his other genius idea is that she just move to Boston with him and finish high school there…at 16! -Pregnancy at 16 (which everyone is happy about), (view spoiler)[but two chapters later, conveniently a miscarriage… (hide spoiler)] -abusive father leaves his family after being threatened by two 14 year olds, but wait, he comes back 8 years later with a new family and wants to make amends (come on, who didn’t see that coming?). Not to mention, his stepson will be going to the same high school as his kids. But wait, has the dad really changed? Just take a guess at that answer. -Amber is constantly stalked by the paparazzi since she is dating a famous hockey player. I’m sorry, I’m a HUGE hockey fan, and I do not know of one hockey players wife (aside from Hilary Duff & Carrie Underwood, who were already famous) being hounded by the paps. People generally don’t give a shit about the wives of players unless scandal is attached, especially in a sport like hockey. I digress… This book seriously read like a season of 90210... Just calling it like I see Annalynne. I had a huge problem with the writing. The author never set the scene of the book. I have no idea where this story even took place. Despite having two main characters obsessed with hockey and one wanting to go to college in Boston, I came to the conclusion that this book was set in England. Which, I guess, makes sense as the writer is English and this is proven in the wording that she uses (really? Do teenage girls really call their bathrooms ‘en-suite’?). There were just so many writing no-no’s. Switching from past to present tense (sometimes within the same sentence), verb confusion, constantly repeating oneself: I finally opened my eyes to see him leaning over me, looking gorgeous as always, except right now he looked stressed. Literally the next page: He looked really stressed. So wait...is he stressed? This went on for awhile. Every time we hear about how long Liam loved Amber, we are also reminded that Jake beat the crap out of him. Every. Time. Same with why Liam had to leave out of the window instead of the front door – every time he left (which was every morning for those of you wanting to know). And let’s not mention the switching POV’s about ¾ into the book. Now, I don’t know anything about the writer. I don’t know if she has any knowledge about the effects of abuse or if she did any research on this subject. But from how I interpreted this book, I’m going to go with a no to both. To me, it just seemed like the abuse backstory was just thrown in there to make these people more interesting. All in all, I was very disappointed in this book. I wanted to like it, I loved the premise. But, unfortunately, it just fell flat.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mariℓina

    4,5 Stars How much i loved this story!!! Liam is The boyfriend!!! The most amazing boyfriend ever!!!!!!!!! I loved this book with my whole heart, i don't care not even a bit if it had some plotholes, or about how stupid Amber was!!!! I 'm really happy that i read it. I loved Jake and Liam they were both perfect.. Amber was ok but reckless in some situation.. Mostly where that monster of father was involved.. I can't believe a mother left her children so unprotected and after he left she found a job tha 4,5 Stars How much i loved this story!!! Liam is The boyfriend!!! The most amazing boyfriend ever!!!!!!!!! I loved this book with my whole heart, i don't care not even a bit if it had some plotholes, or about how stupid Amber was!!!! I 'm really happy that i read it. I loved Jake and Liam they were both perfect.. Amber was ok but reckless in some situation.. Mostly where that monster of father was involved.. I can't believe a mother left her children so unprotected and after he left she found a job that was away of the children she didn't save.. Anyway i loved the story of the petname 'Angel' he had for her.. AWWWWWW he was so cute, cute,cute!! And what a great thing to sleep in the arms of someone that you know he will protect you no matter what.. And the stories from when they were kids were also great..AWWWWW again.. THOUGHT ABOUT THE BOOK - I loved Jake so much.. - Their first kiss story awwwwwwww.. - I was happy Ruby and her children abandon her father. - Her friends were nice.. - The story with the bet was a bit too much.. - I wasn't sure why she hated him.. - I liked their skating together.. - Loved the epilogue.. I think of this book as a fairytale.. Yes many things didn't make sence but it was so romantic..

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sheryl C. Nash

    First up, let me say that i read the Wattpad version of this story by Kirsty and i was BLOWN AWAY!!!! Just the type of YA romance that i love! I'm off to Smashwords to buy the edited version of this story but i don't think that it could get any better! A real 5 star read (in my opinion)!! Anyone that enjoys a good YA romance NEEDS to get this!!! When i read the version that Kirsty has published (which is now up on Amazon and Smashwords), i'll leave a proper review! Congrats, Ms Moseley... the res First up, let me say that i read the Wattpad version of this story by Kirsty and i was BLOWN AWAY!!!! Just the type of YA romance that i love! I'm off to Smashwords to buy the edited version of this story but i don't think that it could get any better! A real 5 star read (in my opinion)!! Anyone that enjoys a good YA romance NEEDS to get this!!! When i read the version that Kirsty has published (which is now up on Amazon and Smashwords), i'll leave a proper review! Congrats, Ms Moseley... the rest of the world deserves to read your awesome YA romance stories... EDIT: Just finished the published version... What can i say? STILL LOVED IT!!! Liam is my favorite type of charater; a smirky, smart-arse, tough guy. The best thing about the men that Kirsty Moseley writes about is that they're ALL seen as players on the outside, but put the right girl in front of them and they turn into a bowl of mushy peas... and Liam is no different... AWWWWW... So 4 stars to the story, because it was awesome, realistic, funny and sexy in a not smutty way and 5 stars to Liam because he was 'DA BOMB :)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tiny ♥Hearts

    Okay, I feel like I'm committing a crime by giving this story a one star. So, before I get to reviewing this book, I'd like to point out that I'm familiar with this author on wattpad, and am quite fond of her writing style with her other books on wattpad, and a fan. But this particular book didn't do it for me, it felt amateur at best. I could deal with grammar errors because Hey! Everyone's human. I think reading on wattpad has prepared me to be completely oblivious (selectively so) when it com Okay, I feel like I'm committing a crime by giving this story a one star. So, before I get to reviewing this book, I'd like to point out that I'm familiar with this author on wattpad, and am quite fond of her writing style with her other books on wattpad, and a fan. But this particular book didn't do it for me, it felt amateur at best. I could deal with grammar errors because Hey! Everyone's human. I think reading on wattpad has prepared me to be completely oblivious (selectively so) when it comes to typos, grammar and stuff like that (even though my brain is hardwired to want to fix these errors). But it doesn't mean I like to pay money for them. Yes, with this book I admit, I couldn't even finish it, which goes against my rules of reading, and I failed to finish it for several reasons. 1. There were too many repetitive phrases, it made me want to bang my head against a wall for all the "purring" every other character did in the book. There's so many other phrases I don't even want to spell out because it would make me annoyed all over again. No one person had a distinct voice to seperate from the other. It was such a disappointment to find that this book had so much potential, and just judging from the authors other works, I know that she has potential. But this particular book missed the mark. 2. The serious themes addressed such as: rape and abuse, were taken lightly. Not only that, but the author struggled with the execution on both themes, making the plot seem all over the place. Again, I was disappointed with this because I know this author can do better. Much MUCH better. 3. Amber and her resistance to being touched. For a person who has suffered sexual abuse for so long, her relationship with Liam came off too unrealistic and contrived. Her behaviour was too contradictory to the main theme, that it made me screw my nose up and think 'this girl is just unrealistic' that it's hard for me to empathize with her 'problems'. 4. The fact that Liam and Jake were so 'hot' that they were eye candy to every human walking school girl alive at school? Now there's a fantasy. I mean, almost 90% of the female student body placed a bet to have a taste of Liam, just because him having a girlfriend was common knowledge, and this was never heard of before. I don't know, but when I was going to school, my bunch of girl friends all had different tastes of what 'hot' was, so that's hard to believe that there were only two guys that were, and I quote. "so fricken hot" that I'd bet my money on sleeping with them. Unless you were lucky enough to have Johnny Fricken Depp at your school, then no. Not possible. Besides the obvious, I think Liam was so sweet at times. He's a fantasy character that girls wish existed, but too Gary-Sue to exist in the real world. A bit creepy with the constant pet name 'Angel' for Amber, but I think if he used it less, it would be sweet. Too much of it strayed into creepy territory. Yes, he kept me going for 70% of the way on my kindle, but then I just couldn't care for the main character Amber for me to finish it. I noticed that there was too much petty drama going on in the book for the sake of it, and not enough depth with the main themes to make the storyline more interesting. I don't know, I might pick this book up and try finish it, and give it a chance again, because I feel that maybe I'm being a bit too harsh? I wish I could like this one, because as I said, I support this author wholeheartedly, and I encourage her to keep at it. She's an awesome author, I think this particular book just needs a professional editor to keep her consistent and grounded. Although I rated this book one star, I give this author a five star rating because I've read much better and authenticated books from her on wattpad, that I'm baffled this is written by her. I do look forward to reading more from this author, and I congratulate her for self-publishing a book. EDIT: October 31st 2012 So, I decided to pick this book [kindle version] back up with a fresh mind, and to give the author the benefit of the doubt by being considerate (or just really extreme OCDness) by promising to actually finishing this book. The second time around was just as bad as the first. My rating still stands, and my opinion is set in stone. I struggled through the last 30% of this on my kindle, and maybe I'm a masochistic lion or just a stupid lamb (see what I did there? LOL) for thinking that I could actually like this book if I had finished it, because surely I'm just that mental to put my precious mind through so much pain! I admit, there were times where the novel progressed into a sweet love story with cute little scenes with the two characters, but a lot of the time it seemed too contrived. Everyone was one-dimensional. The characters learned nothing, there was little to no character development, and a potential plot device that went downhill. All in all, it wasn't an enjoyable read for me. If I were to say something honest (if this review wasn't honest enough) then I think that the best thing about this book is that it is indeed a work of fiction. Enough said. :):) Peace, Love, and Reading xxTiny

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alexis *Reality Bites*

    Spoiler Free Review 4 STARS out of 5 Genre: Mature YA Romance The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window is an adorable lovestory held by an undertone of darkness. It has teenage Lust, Love, Friendship and Sweet words from a HOT guy that make this book so irresistible. Needless to say I LOVED IT!!! Amber and Jake Walker live in fear of their abusive father. Just one wrong move can cause him to get angry and go ballistic. One night after an horrific beating eight year old Amber is in her room crying whe Spoiler Free Review 4 STARS out of 5 Genre: Mature YA Romance The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window is an adorable lovestory held by an undertone of darkness. It has teenage Lust, Love, Friendship and Sweet words from a HOT guy that make this book so irresistible. Needless to say I LOVED IT!!! Amber and Jake Walker live in fear of their abusive father. Just one wrong move can cause him to get angry and go ballistic. One night after an horrific beating eight year old Amber is in her room crying when Liam spots her from his window. Liam is Jake's best friend and lives next door to the Walker's. He climbs out of his window and knocks on hers. Amber lets him in and he comforts her they both fall asleep and wake early the next day. This soon becomes a ritual that goes unnoticed for years. The sleepover continues unbeknownst to Jake who is super overprotective of his little sister. Amber is now sixteen her father has been gone for three years. Jake and Liam are eighteen and are known as two of the hottest guys at school. Both are confessed man whores and neither has ever had a girlfriend. Although Liam still sleeps over with Amber in public they maintain a playful yet flirty relationship. Of course all of that takes on a new meaning when Amber's feelings change for Liam. Thoughts The Sweetness- The Epilogue I loved it! I thought this book was sooooooo sweet it was mainly just Liam though. He was the best book boyfriend ever. He was kind, thoughtful, considerate just about everything us chicks love and desire. He was also patient he never pushed Amber into anything. He waited until she felt comfortable with how far things would go between them. I really liked that. A lot! Bothersome- And though this book was very sweet it had parts that were not. In fact some things bothered me very much. One being that their mother was barely around. Her job kept her away from home this did not sit well with me. No matter how responsible teens can be they still need parental supervision and guidance. Not weeks at a time of absolute freedom. I felt these two lacked supervision in abundance. Another thing that bothered me was the way the kids spoke to their parents... The teens openly cursed. Don't get me wrong having a few slip when your angry is different compared to holding a conversation and cursing like a sailor around your mom. Who does that? The Darkness- Abuse plagued the Walker family and it effected both Amber and Jake badly. Their father was a complete tyrant not to mention he was CRAZY. Amber at one point described how just being touched however innocent it may be by another person causes her to go into panic mode. And i felt her panic whenever it happened. Fave Quotes 'All his Morning Glory' -Amber when referring to Liam's morning hard on. “It’s always been you; it’ll always be you, Angel.” - Liam “She was the only thing I needed. If everything else went away tomorrow, the big house, all the cars, the money, I wouldn't care. As long as I still got to hold her every night, I would still be the luckiest guy in the world.” - Liam Fave Scene Is when Liam's mom tells Amber why he has always called her Angel. Scene setup- It happened when they first met Liam was six Amber was four it was his birthday and his mom had a party and invited the new neighbors. The Walker's. Check this out “He turned to me, and do you know what he said to me ? He said in a deadly serious tone, 'Momma, am I dead?' And I said 'no honey, you're not dead', and he shook his head, looking all confused about something. Then he pointed to you dancing and said, 'if I'm not dead, then why is there an Angel in our house.'” My Ratings Characters- Lovable Writing Style- Good Plot/Storyline- Sweet, Honest but had a Dark undertone to it. Steam Factor- Medium/Moderately Steamy Overall- I loved it!! Now go forth and read. Then come tell us all about it on Goodreads!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ilis Cruz

    I read the wattpad version and seriously I don't understand why it have so many good reviews. The book was so bad it was like reading a bad fanfiction written by a 13 years old. The beginning was OK, but then the author keeps adding more and more crap... Sorry but I didn't even finish it. That bad. SPOILER ALERT: She was almost raped by her dad so she was traumatized and couldn't even stand be touched by guy and yet she's in every chapter in a sexual situation with the guy. She even get pregnant a I read the wattpad version and seriously I don't understand why it have so many good reviews. The book was so bad it was like reading a bad fanfiction written by a 13 years old. The beginning was OK, but then the author keeps adding more and more crap... Sorry but I didn't even finish it. That bad. SPOILER ALERT: She was almost raped by her dad so she was traumatized and couldn't even stand be touched by guy and yet she's in every chapter in a sexual situation with the guy. She even get pregnant and the guy, who's supposed to be the "perfect" guy, out of nothing got crazy angry asking her who's the baby's father and you get this WTF face thinking what did I just read o_O???

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shelly Crane

    Holy roller coaster! Liam was fantastic. FANTASTIC!! There was so much lovey dovey stuff (my favorite) so I was swooning and sighing constantly. Fyi to the younger crowd, there was quite a bit of language and sex 'stuff', but I really enjoyed it. Some parts were definitely hard to read because they were very heartwrenching and upsetting, but real. Buy this book. All I'm saying.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I can't believe this book is getting 5 star reviews! i read the book on wattpad and didn't think it was that good even in comparison to the standard of books uploaded to wattpad. The writing style is so amature, the plot isn't structured, the actual setting is confusing due to mix of british and american vocab. AND FOR GOODNESS SAKE, IF SOMEONE HAS PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS THEY SHOULD SEE A THERAPIST, NOT RELY ON THEIR BOYFRIEND TO SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS. The fact that she started having sex , and th I can't believe this book is getting 5 star reviews! i read the book on wattpad and didn't think it was that good even in comparison to the standard of books uploaded to wattpad. The writing style is so amature, the plot isn't structured, the actual setting is confusing due to mix of british and american vocab. AND FOR GOODNESS SAKE, IF SOMEONE HAS PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS THEY SHOULD SEE A THERAPIST, NOT RELY ON THEIR BOYFRIEND TO SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS. The fact that she started having sex , and then got pregnant at only 16! just made the book so unreal. The author really didn't address the problems that someone who has been abused faces properly, for the most part she ignored them,instead focusing on the romance between the main two characters. Basically, i think that this book shouldn't have been published(but well done for doing so anyway) It should have stayed on wattpad where it belonged. There are so many better books on wattpad that deserve to have been published(A touch of poison, the replacement girlfriend,..), and it's a shame that out of all the books that could have been chosen this is the one that was picked :C (sorry)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beatrice Masaluñga

    I don't know how I managed to finish this book. Note: This review may contain spoilers. It was unrealistic and annoying. I just had to put it down and read it some other time. Yet, I still manage to finish it though I'm on the verge to give it up by 50%. (Yes, I have a very long patience.) Some people liked this book, sorry but this book is not the way I expected. I'm really disappointed with this book. ugghhh. my frustration kicks in. Here are all my frustrations: I'm completely annoyed from the v I don't know how I managed to finish this book. Note: This review may contain spoilers. It was unrealistic and annoying. I just had to put it down and read it some other time. Yet, I still manage to finish it though I'm on the verge to give it up by 50%. (Yes, I have a very long patience.) Some people liked this book, sorry but this book is not the way I expected. I'm really disappointed with this book. ugghhh. my frustration kicks in. Here are all my frustrations: I'm completely annoyed from the very beginning of the story. What kind of mother who wouldn't protect her children from her abusive husband? I don't think so,because I believe all mothers are selfless. That abusive husband of hers SHOULD have been reported to the police earlier before he screwed up another family. (Unfortunately, he did screw another family. ridiculous) Then here comes the main character, Amber Walker. She was abused and doesn't want anyone touching her aside from Jake, Liam and her mother. I don't like her because she's whiny and immature. I don't get her with all the I-don't-want-anyone-touching-me then she's making a way to be touched. (If you know what I mean.) Also, some of the main character's friends are whiny like her. These girls are *%#@@#Fj annoying! The High school setting and how the students act? This is totally unbelievable. Not a good example of High school image at all. Too liberated. Not all students are like that. Good points? Nice cover. I appreciate Jake & Liam somehow for being protective and sweet to Amber. That's all. I'm just happy that I'm done with this book. I love contemporary novels, but this one is just...a thumbs down for me.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mae

    Original review can be found on Read Runner. I read this book because the synopsis seemed intriguing: Amber and her brother Jake grew up with an abusive father. Years after their father left, Amber is still dealing with the effects of her trauma. Part of her support system is her brother’s best friend, Liam, who comforted her years ago and continues to comfort her nightly. Unfortunately, the synopsis was so far from reality. I was stunned at how a book marketed as a YA novel had so many sexual ref Original review can be found on Read Runner. I read this book because the synopsis seemed intriguing: Amber and her brother Jake grew up with an abusive father. Years after their father left, Amber is still dealing with the effects of her trauma. Part of her support system is her brother’s best friend, Liam, who comforted her years ago and continues to comfort her nightly. Unfortunately, the synopsis was so far from reality. I was stunned at how a book marketed as a YA novel had so many sexual references, from the contest the girls in the high school craft to win Liam (panty peekings at school? really?), to the many references to Amber’s thong, to the objectification of Amber (and Liam and Jake). If there was a plot, I wasn’t aware of it. I was hoping that this book could bring insight and awareness into a sensitive topic like abuse. Boy, did this book not come even remotely close to doing that.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    I really enjoyed this book. Loved the relationship between Amber and Liam. Liam was great, what a guy! Also really liked Jake and his relationship with his sister. Overall a really great book I would recommend!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tough Critic Book Reviews

    Where the magic happens: http://toughcriticbookreviews.blogspo... Phee phi pho phuck!! I have absolutely no idea how to review this book! What I'm about to say may totally confuse you (hell, it totally confused me). There is no black or white! I need you to suit up my peoples and join me on a little vacation into the grey area. Your love of this book is going to be totally dependent on your ability to overlook flaws. Flaws in the form of some pretty cheesy dialogue (though not the entire time), a Where the magic happens: http://toughcriticbookreviews.blogspo... Phee phi pho phuck!! I have absolutely no idea how to review this book! What I'm about to say may totally confuse you (hell, it totally confused me). There is no black or white! I need you to suit up my peoples and join me on a little vacation into the grey area. Your love of this book is going to be totally dependent on your ability to overlook flaws. Flaws in the form of some pretty cheesy dialogue (though not the entire time), a rocky execution, and some unbelievable situations. For me, I adored the concept and found the pulse of the story strong enough to say the hell with it all!! For example, there is no way a sixteen year old could discharge herself from the hospital, but the last time I checked this is called fiction! As in FICTION so you can write anything you frickin want! The parentless situations are pretty unbelievable and most of the time you'll be screaming, "Where the hell are all the adults?', but the author makes it work for and with the story. The story has some okay bits, some good bits, some really good bits, and even some naughty bits (quite a few actually)!! Well hello there YA-MATURE!!!! The bumpy execution (mainly the dialogue) is the only reason I almost didn't give it four stars. However, I almost gave it five stars just for having a story that's so kick ass that it overrode everything that I thought was wrong with it! It's loaded with action, HOT-I-need-a-shower romance and extreme situations!! I read it straight through from start to finish; even going back and reading some of my favorite bits! OH...It also has one of my favorite things, "I've loved you for forever" romance!!! The reason that my finger hovered over the three star button for so long is because this story is kind of a gamble. Even though I loved it, I'm really not sure what everyone else is going to think! The uncertainty is killing me! I'm use to being right ALL THE TIME, but right now I just don't know! It's going to come down to your ability to let the good overshadow the bad! It is an amazing concept and a totally unique plot and I feel it's worth the read. Plus, for a YA book it's kinda WOW!! So...after all the indecisiveness, I have decided that I really liked The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window and have decided to give it my stamp of approval! It didn't earn a spot on my favorites shelf, but it definitely earned a spot on my I'm so glad I read it shelf! READ ON MY PEOPLE!!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    VERY low 3 stars That said, and call me crazy, but I still liked this book. A lot. I would classify it as a B-movie that you simply love.

  27. 5 out of 5

    • Lisa •

    The story captivated me from the start, it had full beaming promise, I loved the idea of the next door neighbour sweet and loving at night, bad boy meanie by day. It had highlights for me, book fillers that were enjoyable - friendship, loyalty, heart thumping love, teenage angst and set in American High school, with lots of drama (which I love). The book did also boast a very likeable book boyfriend in the lovely Liam, he alone deserves a star. The book tells the story of a young girl haunted by h The story captivated me from the start, it had full beaming promise, I loved the idea of the next door neighbour sweet and loving at night, bad boy meanie by day. It had highlights for me, book fillers that were enjoyable - friendship, loyalty, heart thumping love, teenage angst and set in American High school, with lots of drama (which I love). The book did also boast a very likeable book boyfriend in the lovely Liam, he alone deserves a star. The book tells the story of a young girl haunted by her lacking childhood and her next door neighbour who loves to rescue the love of his life. So where did it go wrong for me? Just around the 50 -60% mark I found the story was just taking me along, I felt like it was somewhat repetitive and I didn't feel connected to the story and was actually a little bored, so I decided to move on and pick this book up as and when I could and I have finally finished, so here are my final thoughts. All in all a well written YA story about two soul mates finding each other and dealing with life's difficulties. The author deals with some sensitive/taboo subjects in a tasteful and semi realistic manner. I enjoyed it, but overall it didn't keep me entertained enough to follow all the way, I'm glad I did finish this book, and I'm almost certain that I will read books by this author again. 2.5 stars.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Awwww I totally loved this book. It has a little bit of everything in it and it all just works. Amber and Jake have both had a really hard life, their father was scum and made sure they never forgot it Amber was traumatized by it, she can not stand the touch of another person other then her mom, Jck and Liam. Jack and his best friend Liam beat their dad up and told him to never come back, the only thing that made Amber keep going and sane and safe was Liam every night since she was 8 he would cr Awwww I totally loved this book. It has a little bit of everything in it and it all just works. Amber and Jake have both had a really hard life, their father was scum and made sure they never forgot it Amber was traumatized by it, she can not stand the touch of another person other then her mom, Jck and Liam. Jack and his best friend Liam beat their dad up and told him to never come back, the only thing that made Amber keep going and sane and safe was Liam every night since she was 8 he would crawl through her window and he'd let her cry into his shoulder till she feel asleep. Amber always said Liam has 2 personalities his "day time" and "night time", during the day he was the biggest ass and man whore and at night was super sweet. Then one drunken night changed everything for both of their lives and Amber isn't sure to trust it or not. Then their is a very funny bet going around school that reaches $4000 and then their dad comes back into town with a new family in tow and Amber ends in the hospital more then once for more then one reason. Its a great read and kept me reading till early morning because I just had to know what happens.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dee

    1.5 Stars Amber has been sexually abused by her father and therefore gets panic attacks whenever anyone gets too close to her. Don't worry though. The panic attacks miraculously disappear when Liam is rubbing his morning wood against her every morning. The sole intention of every teenager to be ever born in this book is to get laid. If you're getting laid, why bother with dreams and ambitions ? Never mind that there are more guys in the school. Every girl has to have Liam and Jake because th 1.5 Stars Amber has been sexually abused by her father and therefore gets panic attacks whenever anyone gets too close to her. Don't worry though. The panic attacks miraculously disappear when Liam is rubbing his morning wood against her every morning. The sole intention of every teenager to be ever born in this book is to get laid. If you're getting laid, why bother with dreams and ambitions ? Never mind that there are more guys in the school. Every girl has to have Liam and Jake because they are sooooo hot. Every girl with the exception of mothers are sluts. They flash guys, they grope them in public, they come on to them even when they get rejected. Of course, why would they have self respect when hot guys are there all around ?? Readers are dumb, we don't understand simple things. I could feel a bulge forming in his jeans even though he put his arm to cover it quickly. I blushed slightly knowing that I had caused that, because he was attracted to me and I was jumping all over him Of course, how are we readers supposed to understand that when a girl is sitting on a guy's lap and he gets a hard on, it is because she is jumping on him and he is attracted to her , right ?? The only way to show your love is through lame cheezy dialogues. Why bother with the fact a slut means a woman who sleeps with multiple partners. if you wear short clothes and flirt with a guy, you're a slut. ******************** END OF MINI RANT ********************* PLOT The plot covered a lot of things - abuse, teenage pregnancies, sex, absentee parents etc. It had a lot of potential but other things sort of ruined it. I still gave it 1.5 stars because there were some cute moments in there. CHARACTERS Jake He was sweet and over-protective. What i can't understand is how come someone so protective of their sister would throw parties in their house every week where couples would basically grope and make out even when Amber was not ok with it. Amber Was she a modest goody two shoes ? "I wasn't the most attractive girl around, but I was happy with myself." Or was she some skank ? I purposefully swayed my ass, trying to look sexy; it must have worked because three boys from my hisstory class whistled at me and made a comment about my sexy booty. I rolled my eyes. Boys! She was really immature with all her foot stamping and giggling. Liam His reasons for sleeping around were LAME. He wanted to get over Amber so he slept around. I mean of course, if he didn't date anyone all the girls would have up and died right ? ( come to think of it, it would be kind of true in this book ) I still didn't get WHY was he so in luuurve with Amber. Supporting characters Shallow and dumb. All girls constantly keep purring, flirting, groping, pawing, winking and smirking. I am not in mood to start with the guys. WRITING : Choppy, immature and cringe worthy. Word count : Wink - 47 I wonder how their eyes don't start twitching after so much winking Purr - 37 What are they , cats ?? Smirk - 74 Flirt - 38 Ass - 91 Hot ass, fine ass, sexy ass .... it was tiring GENRE : Romance. I can't classify it as YA . This is NOT AT ALL appropriate for young readers. POV : Liam and Amber's first person POV . At the end everyone had evidence against her Amber's father. Enough to put him in jail. But of course, why bother as long as he is staying away from Amber. Let him do the same thing to other families. As long as Amber is safe , everything is all right in the world. Ridiculous. Utterly Ridiculous.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Suzana

    This book was just what I needed now ... Sweet and lovely teenage love ... No too much of drama and angst ... it fit perfectly into my mood ... This book was just what I needed now ... Sweet and lovely teenage love ... No too much of drama and angst ... it fit perfectly into my mood ...

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