Published:22 Jan 2019
Publisher: indie published
My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
Not every story that starts with once upon a time ends in happily ever after…
Peter and I were drawn to each other from the very beginning—even when I was just a kid, sneaking out to see him at the rundown orphanage for boys. I thought we’d be forever.
So, I left our small town with nothing but a map for my future and a shattered heart, and I didn’t look back.
See, I’m organizing the fundraiser of the year, and I need Peter, master mechanic, to help me rebuild a classic car for an auction that’ll help hundreds of foster kids.
I was sure I was prepared to see him again. After all, I wasn’t the naïve girl I’d been when his touch made me fly. I could ignore his magnetic pull this time around.
I was wrong.
Because the boy who broke my heart grew into a man who wants a second chance, and our connection is deeper and hotter than ever.
But love wasn’t enough to keep us together once upon a time. Why should I believe in it—and him—now?
This is a dark fairytale retelling of Peter Pan. I have a feeling from hints the author drops that some of the ‘Lost Boys’ are going to have some very dark experiences in their stories.
I found the character of Wendy a bit bland in comparison to everyone else.
I hope Hook has his own story. While typically the villan I think this incarnation of Hook will have earned his happy ever after
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.