This is the summer of first love. The summer of magic. The Summer of Me and You. Kaleb has loved Kayleigh ever since first grade, even if he's never admitted it to anyone. Not even himself. But this summer, that's about to change.
Kaleb's had a troubled past, and Kayleigh's life has always been perfect. He'd love nothing more than to be the guy who ruins it all, and make her fall for him against her mother's wishes.
Kayleigh is a complete nerd. She's got the glasses to prove it. She just knows that a guy like Kaleb would never really want to be with a girl like her. So she's going to avoid him at all costs.
But then why do they always end up hanging out together?
When a secret that both their parents kept from them comes out, it will define the true meaning of love. But when this summer ends, will Kaleb and Kayleigh have to say goodbye, or is this just the beginning of many more summers to come?
Kaleb has been in love with Kayleigh since elementary school. He has wanted her forever but she has never given into him. When he finally gets the courage to tell her, she runs away. He automatically assumes it has to do with the hatred that her mother has always help for him. He never gives up the dream of having her though.
As time progresses, they continue to play cat and mouse. Kayleigh is just as in love with Kaleb but is too scared to admit it to him. He has a passed that isn't pretty and never wanted but never fought against. Kaleb's emotions are unstable so with each time he thinks his dreams are coming true and then Kayleigh ripping out his hope, he starts to shut down. The problem is when Kayleigh decides to finally give in regardless of her mothers demands to stay away, will Kaleb still want her.
Both, Kaleb and Kayleigh grew up without fathers and not knowing anything about them. They never cared to know but when they start to find out little things about their mothers, the truth starts to come out.
This was really good. Kaleb is one of those characters that you can't help but want to love even though they are out of their minds. I wanted to smack him a few times but her soft side was just so adorable. Kayleigh made me go through a roller coaster. She knew what she wanted but always screwed it up. I wanted to shake her! Their love was so sweet though. I couldn't stand either of their mom's though. Seriously who does and says stuff like they did. Overall the book was pretty good. It was definitely entertaining so I hope ya'll enjoy it too.
Rae Hachton writes Dark Romanticism-sometimes with gears and clockwork. Has cemetery obsession. Misses Victorian London and ancient Rome. Believes in vampires and magic. If imaginary, she would be an automaton fairy. Corvidophile. Content.