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The Rules of Regret review » eBook or Kindle ePUB à “Life doesn’t come with a blueprint which makes it hard to have any plans”Nineteen year old Darby Duncan is finally on her own Her boyfriend of six years just left for a high powered summer internship though in reality he’s been absent for much longer than that This newfouShe’s had her own share of heartache too and as much as she wants to believe that it’s all been for a purpose her grief hasn’t allowed her to get to that point Yet the Darby is around Torin the she craves the freedom to break out of her carefully constructed routine and mindset and fall into something new She’s just not sure that she should be falling for Torin along the wayThe Rules of Regret is a non explicit youngnew adult romance. Megan Suires' writing was deep and lyrical but still kept me entertained with some fun scenes I noticed a couple of tiny errors but overall the editing was pretty clean If I was a beta reader I'd probably recommend that she trim some things but nothing major I would have liked to have seen outdoor scenes in the last half of the book Comparing the level of adventure in each half made the last half feel lacking But they were working through the relationship so I suppose I can understand that I just would have liked to see them working through things while zip lining some I felt very connected to the characters I felt pulled in from the very beginning and I finished the book in one day Torin was fantastic I seriously couldn't get enough of that guy I loved how well he knew the woods and I have to say the red bikini and boots scene was HILARIOUS Oh my word I loved it so much And then the sleeping bag scene Oh wow That was so so amazing That scene totally made the entire book for me I also loved it that he was a religious guy I'm extremely religious myself but I don't like reading books where the point of the book is to try to convert me somehow That wasn't the case at all here He just happened to be a guy with faith It was mentioned a few times and then dropped That was cool I'd really like to see religion brought casually into stories because there really seems to be a lack of it among the bestsellers these days

The Rules of RegretShe’s had her own share of heartache too and as much as she wants to believe that it’s all been for a purpose her grief hasn’t allowed her to get to that point Yet the Darby is around Torin the she craves the freedom to break out of her carefully constructed routine and mindset and fall into something new She’s just not sure that she should be falling for Torin along the wayThe Rules of Regret is a non explicit youngnew adult romance. Megan Suires' writing was deep and lyrical but still kept me entertained with some fun scenes I noticed a couple of tiny errors but overall the editing was pretty clean If I was a beta reader I'd probably recommend that she trim some things but nothing major I would have liked to have seen outdoor scenes in the last half of the book Comparing the level of adventure in each half made the last half feel lacking But they were working through the relationship so I suppose I can understand that I just would have liked to see them working through things while zip lining some I felt very connected to the characters I felt pulled in from the very beginning and I finished the book in one day Torin was fantastic I seriously couldn't get enough of that guy I loved how well he knew the woods and I have to say the red bikini and boots scene was HILARIOUS Oh my word I loved it so much And then the sleeping bag scene Oh wow That was so so amazing That scene totally made the entire book for me I also loved it that he was a religious guy I'm extremely religious myself but I don't like reading books where the point of the book is to try to convert me somehow That wasn't the case at all here He just happened to be a guy with faith It was mentioned a few times and then dropped That was cool I'd really like to see religion brought casually into stories because there really seems to be a lack of it among the bestsellers these days

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The Rules of Regret í To exist in reality either But he does with his disheveled curly hair irresistible dimples and endearingly uirky habit of reciting uotes from classic movies and ancient thinkers When Darby meets Torin as a fellow counselor at the survival camp she impulsively applies to she’s certain his main goal is to turn her world upside down But Darby’s not sure she can adapt to Torin’s ways of viewing his past and the tragedies he's faced Because. such a cute book Torin and Darby are impossible not to love and their story is very special read Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB È Megan Squires

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Megan Squires È 3 review “Life doesn’t come with a blueprint which makes it hard to have any plans”Nineteen year old Darby Duncan is finally on her own Her boyfriend of six years just left for a high powered summer internship though in reality he’s been absent for much longer than that This newfound freedom wasn’t a part of Darby’s plans but as she’s come to discover plans only exist on paper not in realityAnd guys like Torin Westbrook aren’t supposed. I adored this book Completely adored it I wasn't really sure what to expect from it as I only read a rough draft of the synopsis when I started reading it I like reading a synopsis before starting a book to get a feel for it but what I got from this book without reading a synopsis was amazing I thoroughly enjoyed it The plot of this book started out really cute and innocent and then it got outrageously hot I loved it It was also written brilliantly and some of the uotes in it made me smile like crazy They were so inspirational and so wise There were also some twist and turns that I didn't see coming in this book Some twists were good for the main character and some bad The plot was also about self discovery and about letting go in order to move forward I haven't read a book uite like this one before or even a book with a similar plot I fell head over heels in love with everything about this book The characters were also amazing Darby was the main character and I adored her She had such a fresh attitude She faced a lot of her fears in this book and she also learned so much about herself Torin was the love interest of Darby and his outlook on life was so uniue He taught Darby so much In fact I actually think he's going to teach everyone that reads this book something We might all understand it a different way but I'm pretty sure you'll come away from this book having learned something and life and the importance of it Torin wasn't like other male characters in books I read He was uirky and he had so much wisdom around him He was such an interesting character and I found myself really intrigued by him He was also pretty damn hot There was sort of a love triangle in this book between Darby Torin and Darby's boyfriend Lance I didn't like Lance that must too be honest I didn't like the way he treated Darby and he was pretty self centred I know that this book is a standalone and that actually makes me downright sad I'm going to miss Darby and also Torin's wonderful wisdom I'm looking forward to reading from this author though I read this book when it didn't have a cover and as I was reading it I started to get an image of what the cover could look like The cover is even better then I imagined I can't even put into words how much it suits the story and how stunningly beautiful it is I definitely need to get myself a copy in paperback Big thank you to Megan for an ARC of Rules of Regret and also for having me on her Blog Tour