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Saturday, June 7, 2014

Review of 500 Days By Jessica Miller

Casper Covington had his music, women, and pretty much anything he wanted at his disposal. But the one thing that plagued his thoughts constantly was the one thing he couldn't have. The girl he met six months ago. A drunken one night stand that he couldn't get out of his head. The only thing he remembered from that night was her green eyes and the ivy tattoo that stretched the length of her body. In his attempts to put an end to the tortuous dreams of the mysterious girl, Casper’s attention is caught by the new bartender. There’s just something so familiar about her that his need to get to know her becomes more troublesome than he expected.

Alexis Radcliff was raised by her four brothers making her as tough as nails on the outside but on the inside she wanted what every girl did – someone to love her, faults and all. She would be damned if she admitted that out loud and made a point to show she could use men just as easily as they used women. But when a sexy musician starts to show interest in Alex she has a hard time convincing herself to stay away. Alex knows everyone has secrets but hers are ones she doesn't want to share. But when she can no longer fight her feelings, her dark past slowly starts to unravel. 

Kim's Review 

This story is centered around Casper and Alexis.  Alexis is a headstrong, take no crap from anyone type of girls that works at a bar trying to make money to make living to get through. Casper, resident bad boy musician, loves the ladies, loves living the life. The one thing that they have in common is that they each had a one night stand with someone that they can’t forget, even though they don’t remember who they are.  Little do they know, that they are each other’s one night stands and yet, they can’t stand one another.

But things start to change and Casper believes that Alex could be someone he might actually want to have a relationship with and after a lot of persuading and challenges, Alex likes him too. However, they encounter a lot of issues, a few secrets, and it definitely takes a toll on trying to get a relationship going.

Ms. Miller has written a great story that readers are sure to pick up and not be able to put down until they read the last page. She has left no stone unturned in writing a descriptive, well flowing story that has a great plot and story line.  This book is definitely one that I will read again and I look forward to reading more by Ms. Miller in the future.