Return to Sender

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Return to Sender

Return to Sender Emerson Blackburn really screwed up this time He s finally pissed off Jonah the sweet patient funny boyfriend he s loved as long as he can remember to the point that Jonah isn t even speaking to h

  • Title: Return to Sender
  • Author: Ashlyn Kane Morgan James
  • ISBN: 9781615818143
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Emerson Blackburn really screwed up this time He s finally pissed off Jonah, the sweet, patient, funny boyfriend he s loved as long as he can remember, to the point that Jonah isn t even speaking to him Emerson hasn t felt this awful since the summer after graduation when Jonah ruined their college plans by running off on a cross country trip without even saying goodbye.Emerson Blackburn really screwed up this time He s finally pissed off Jonah, the sweet, patient, funny boyfriend he s loved as long as he can remember, to the point that Jonah isn t even speaking to him Emerson hasn t felt this awful since the summer after graduation when Jonah ruined their college plans by running off on a cross country trip without even saying goodbye Jonah isn t just angry He s furious and hurt Devastated, even, because he s completely in love with Emerson, but although they ve been together for a year, Emerson still doesn t trust him The full weight of their past mistakes drags Jonah and Emerson into memories of happier and lonelier times, but wallowing in their guilt isn t solving the problems The only way to move forward is to learn from the past but someone still has to be the first to apologize.

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    1. Renée on said:

      3.5 stars. This book is adorable cuteness. It would be rated higher if not for the constant time jumping. I get what the authors were going for - I really do, but it was just too much. I found myself wondering, more than once, where am I?. Emerson and Jonah are best friends who take a while to get their shit together, but they are really adorable. And Jonah's dirty mouth in bed - Yowza! However, Emerson is a bit too OTT with the drama and emoness (is that a word?). If he cried one more time, I w [...]

    2. Enny on said:

      They had been stupid over each other for years.This quote just about brilliantly sums up this book.There are two interweaving time-lines in this book "now" and "then" and the fact that in both the two characters are apart from each other and completely miserable about it makes keeping track of those time-lines pretty difficult sometimes. The fact that in both cases the reasons for their separation are completely stupid doesn't make it any easier to feel any real sympathy for them. Return to Send [...]

    3. Idamus on said:

      This book apparently tried to fit in all my pet peeves, I absolutely loathe everything about it, the characters (well, the MCs), the plot, ugh, just no.

    4. Cotilla on said:

      I loved this book. I think the back and forth of the storyline makes it more enjoyable.What is the authors' issue with Twilight? I'm sure they wouldn't like Return to Sender badmouthed by some author.Josh's sex talk with Emerson about past sex experiencies is bad, bad, bad, seeing that Emerson feels unconfortable about it. I wouldn't like it if my boyfriend started talking about sex with other people!

    5. Edina Rose on said:

      I just can't finish this book. I try and try but We all have different sensibilities but seriously, the reasons for the conflicts in this book do not seem big enough to create the heroes separations. The reactions are disproportionate, they are adults but behave like in kindergarten. I really tried because I read American Love Songs by the same author and I liked it enough.

    6. Elci on said:

      3.5*I'm not a fan of the interweaving time lines. Serious ugh. That notwithstanding, I enjoyed the book. Though Emerson and Jonah had a habit of jumping to conclusions.

    7. Jojo on said:

      I have greatly enjoyed Ashlyn Kane's work in the past. This is an older book of hers. It was not my cup of tea. I'll go even further and say it just wasn't good.Emerson and Jonah have been best friends for years and in love with each other since high school. At the opening of the book, they've been together for a year. They have a huge blow up fight. Emerson doesn't fully trust Jonah and jumps to a pretty crappy conclusion. Jonah is pissed and hurt and moves out and doesn't talk to his boyfriend [...]

    8. Ada on said:

      What to say. It wasn't that bad to give it one star but for me, too much was wrong with it to fully enjoy it. *SPOILER ALERT*Positive sides: - I liked that the letters were written on different papers. Each one gives a hint to where or what both parties were doing. It was clever and funny to read.- I like the side characters. They were non-judgemental but had their flaws.Negative sides:- One of the main character cries. A LOT. I mean I'm a relatively emotional person but you wouldn't find me cry [...]

    9. Karen on said:

      At the beginning Return to Sender was a harder book to get into than I had anticipated mostly because it bounced around in the time line and as a result at times I started to feel a bit of a disconnect to the characters because I would suddenly realize that I had gone from a scene occuring in the present to something that happened in the past and sometimes the chronology didn't seem to be in order, having said that I loved the characters Emerson and Jonah were so crazy about each other and at ti [...]

    10. Tammy on said:

      3 1/2 starsI found the format of this book very hard to follow. The story jumped time periods frequently. I don't usually mind flashbacks but this was a little too much for me. It would flash back 2 or three years then jump forward to the present. Then it would flash back just a little bit of time to the very recent past. Several times I had to go back and reread a bit to figure out what time period we were in. In addition you get both mc's points of view. I usually prefer this style but in this [...]

    11. Nichole (DirrtyH) on said:

      I read some other reviews of this before I finished, and I have to agree that for a long time it was just mopey, whiney boys who were in love but would never say anything, and a lot of the drama seemed blown out of proportion. But I still liked the characters, and I felt that this helped make their eventual coupling that much more satisfying. And then it was just disgustingly cute - but not in that horrible way that makes me gag, but in the way that makes me sigh and grin like an idiot.The book [...]

    12. ABV on said:

      Deux étoiles et demieUne lecture sympathique mais parfois ennuyeuse. Les allers-retours chronologiques dénoncés dans de nombreuses critiques ne m'ont pas réellement dérangée même si une ou deux fois, je suis revenue en arrière pour voir où j'en étais. En revanche, les deux héros m'ont agacée par moments par leur manque de maturité et les faux problèmes qu'ils se sont créés. Certes, c'est tout à fait en accord avec leur âge (le livre couvre les quelques années suivant la sortie [...]

    13. Kiki on said:

      A good example of the too-stupid-to-live character type. Both of them. An entire book about two wanna-be lovers moping and sighing and generally feeling (and behaving) miserably is not particularly enjoyable It gets a 2 rating only because there were some (few) good scenes. (And I don't mean the sex, because by the time they got around to that I was so tired of them I really wasn't interested

    14. blub on said:

      I didn't like the execution style the authors took with this book. I was getting the present and past mixed up and I just wanted the author to get to the heart of the story. Emerson just came off as a whiner to me too. The first couple of chapters all he does it mope and cry. Maybe I wasn't in the right mindset for this story and that's why I didn't like it. I don't know. I might have to revisit this story later just to see if I feel the same.

    15. FloJ on said:

      I think the letter or email format for novels can be very successful or a complete failure.I am pleased to report this falls into the former camp and this lives up to the quality of Ashlyn's previous books.An author I always look forward to reading.

    16. Jessa Ryan on said:

      3.5 rounded up because I honestly enjoyed it and really like that this author did something different. Loved the letters compared to what was going on in real life. And, oh man, did I wish I could reach into the book to smack them at times.

    17. Lily on said:

      3.5 starsThe woes of first love! The MCs go through a long, emotional journey from best friends to lovers but at their young age the slow-pace works well. The authors did a good job with the back and forth, now and then format and overall I enjoyed reading their story.

    18. Zane Kage on said:

      3.5 starsI love these two authors and how they collaborate. Loved Emerson and Jonah and truly enjoyed their journey. Unfortunately the time hopping was too much for me (the then, now and in between addled my brain a bit) - otherwise easily would've been a 4 star read.

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