I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Second chances. We all want them. Some people don’t deserve them. But we all want to have that chance to make things right between someone we’ve hurt or we’ve done wrong to.

We finally get to Georgie’s story in Say Something. I’m not sure the title had anything to do with the story, but it’s a title that can work on many plots, so I guess it’s all good. I like how her character’s love story was played out. I like that she was now mature to know what she really wanted and that she went after what she knew she wanted.

I liked the hero. Despite him being jaded and all, he was a great guy who had his heart broken but was still brave enough to go for it and give love another chance. Story-wise, Georgie and Nick’s romance gave me a satisfying time that I enjoyed.

While you can still read this book as a standalone, it’s so much better if you’ve read the previous books as well because it will give you a deeper background and understanding of the main characters as well as the secondary characters in the book. Say Something is a good book that’s sweet and has some really good parts.






Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Fix You

Book 2 – Full Moon

Book 3 – Status Update

Book 4 – The Back-Up Plan

Book 5 – Never Been Kissed

Book 6 – Say Something






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