One month later, I was slammed with the realization that some things you just can’t count on being true. College sophomore, Madelyne Stewart, has it all—a wonderful home, a close-knit family, and great friends. But when tragedy strikes, it flips her world upside down. She struggles to deal with the chaos of her crumbling life. On the brink of failing her classes, Mady reluctantly agrees to study with a tutor. Max Granger drifts into her life like a breath of fresh air. Not only is he intelligent and an excellent tutor, he’s funny, laid-back, and has the amazing ability to soothe her troubled soul. His striking looks top off a complete package any woman—Mady included—would want. Except, she isn’t looking to add anything else to her broken plate. Can Mady find a way to make it though her pain and see what is in front of her? Will she take chance on Max? Or will the pieces of her heart be too broken to mend?
RATING: 3.5 STARS
THERESA'S REVIEW: ACTUAL RATING: 3.5 stars
For my personal taste, this book was not as eventful as I had hoped, but this author is clearly talented. and Making it Through is a great story about love, loss, and new beginnings. This book is thankfully well-written, I've read a lot of books lately with grammar and typo errors, but that is certainly not the case here. Recommended for contemporary readers. I would categorize this book as New Adult and also recommend it to readers who do not like their books dominated by "bedroom scenes." However, there is some of this hot action found in this book. I would read another book by this author. I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review.