A review by theespressoedition
Opposite of Always, by Justin A. Reynolds


The beginning of this story was slow, I’ll admit. The first chapter gets you hyped up for the first few chapters to be much less drama than I expected. However, the slowness explains itself as the book goes on, getting more and more profound and exhilarating. By the last quarter of the book, I was so hooked that I didn’t want to put it down. I thought the premise would be much more focused on the romance, but Kate’s role in Jack’s life - while prominent - isn’t actually the most important part. I was grateful for the depth they gave the “side” characters. And the finale was worth waiting for. The final chapter was super cheesy and cute.