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Always You by [Moseley, Kirsty]
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Riley Tanner has a best friend, the best friend a girl could ask for. He’s supportive, loyal, honest, trustworthy, kind, and thoughtful. He’s also the biggest player in school.

Their relationship has always been easy and affectionate, but after Riley’s month long vacation, things become a little strange. She starts to look at him in ways that go way beyond the ‘friend zone’. Add in her best friend’s rival, and things become a whole lot more complicated.

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  • Print Length: 343 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009ZX8712
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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I have no idea how you keep doing it Kirsty, but everything you write is soo beautiful and new. This was an A-MAZING BOOK, like always thank you for writing it youre awesome.
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This is the third Kirsty Moseley book I've read and paid for-- what was I thinking?! I promise myself to never stay up late purchasing random books without reading reviews in desperation ever again!

To start out I was a little unnerved by the previous two books which were about amazingly hot young 20 year olds who went through serious personal trauma but seemed to want to get it on with other hot young men as soon as they met despite it all. Wonderful reads if I was about 13 years old and not aware that many of the scenarios throughout the books were ridiculous, extremely disturbing and totally beyond belief. Let alone having to expose my eyes to romantic interludes which were the cause of large amounts of eye rolling and gagging. I agree totally with other reviewers, what parent(s) would allow their young teenage girl to sleep on a nightly basis with a hormonal teenage boy from next door? My other grievance is that Riley did lead the other guy on -- don't get me wrong he was a highly disturbed individual and under no circumstance do I condone what he did -- but could a teenage girl really be that clueless and continue leading him on despite extreme early warning signs?
This is great escapism if you are a young teenager - but if, like me, you are after something that is a good read while waiting for favourite authors to release another book DON'T PRESS THAT BUTTON!! You will be highly disappointed.
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By Shazza on 16 August 2015
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As usual Kirsty's books draw me in from start to finish, love her books, great author ,would recommend her books
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188 of 225 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Time I will never get back... 27 November 2012
By Aimee2 - Published on
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Do yourself a favor and not purchase or download this book. Not even if its free. It's that bad.

I will admit that I am a grown up that has started reading young adult fiction because right now all novels for women over 30 are going through a 50 Shades of Porn for the Modern Housewife phase. Great for some, just not my cup of tea.

So, I gave this book a try and I'm sorry to report that it is really bad. First off, it's quite clear that the author (1) Does not have any children of her own and (2) Has not gotten over high-school.

Why? Well - for one, real parents don't let their teenage daughters have the 18 year old neighbor boy have weekly sleep overs - not in the same house, let alone the same bed. Real parents don't let their 17 year old daughter go out on dates during the week with 21 year old losers that still hang around high-school football games. They don't run out in their bathrobe to check out the piece of ass and squeal about his hotness after. Real parents worry about how they've shaped their children so far, what sort of future they will have, if they're doing their homework, making sure they're not doing drugs and praying to god they aren't ready to have sex no matter how often they kiss their pillow.

Second,high-school isn't full of sexual aware teenagers, where the room actually goes quiet whenever the heroine enters a room and cat calls follow her every move. High school is full of freaked out kids, coping with adult feelings and adolescent maturity.

I'm sorry if the author reads this and is hurt. But the true feelings of falling for your friend when you don't understand yourself or the feelings you're having could have been explored on such a more complex level. Young Adult can be mature, even when the characters are not.

This is a no.
125 of 156 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars She was a tease who should have known better...MAJOR SPOILERS! 10 November 2012
By jajack21 - Published on
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Like the earlier poster, I too was hooked on the sample chapters so I went ahead & purchased the book with excitement. Ugh, major disappointment!

***SPOILERS*** I hate to say this about anyone but I'm sorry, I just found the heroine to be a dumb, irresponsible ho! I mean, she's sixteen & flirting (sexual innuendos!) with a 20-21 year old guy who does not attend her school but hangs out there! She gets into this adult's car to go for milkshakes without telling anyone, after only meeting him the day before for a few hours, & after her best guy friend (hero) whom she's grown up with & always looked out for her says the douche is bad news & stay away! Where is her sense of safety & responsibility? She knows she's underage yet dresses in a mini-skirt & a top with her freakin' red bra showing...and her parents let her out of the house like that to go out on a date with this adult?! Granted this was a few weeks later once she turned 17, but good grief, I found her parents to be caring folks so for them to allow this just because the guy is gorgeous? Freakin' unbelievable!

Like the heroine, I've had my best guy friend carry me around & I've jumped on them...piggyback! Who the heck runs to their best friend & jumps on them in the front, wrapping their arms & legs around said guy like glue, basically grinding against each other & giving each other hickies? Then, though she doesn't want psycho adult, instead of blowing him off, she still talks to him flirty & with sexual undertones, WTF?! I pity the hero.

Horrible, terrible heroine. Her behaviour was so appalling that I skip through several pages, though I persevered till the end hoping there was a light at the end of the tunnel & that our wonderful heroine would eventually mature.

I hope young teens who read this realize and understand that this is fiction and do not think they have to act like her to get a good guy. What a waste of my time & money.
38 of 47 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Bad. 28 November 2012
By Nephalem - Published on
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I cannot believe 20 + people gave this book five stars. I feel duped. I normally do not write reviews but I have to because this was just awful. It was too cheesy. I don't know how many times the hero said "I love you Riley Bear." Unreal! I like a good love story but this was just too much. Not sure how many parents would allow their teenage daughters to have boys sleep over, and how many parents would allow a group of 16-17 year olds to just drive to Vegas on their own.

I feel like the author just tried too hard, too much unrealistic drama.
18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A flawed story, but a hilarious one. :) 10 May 2013
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I'm not giving this story a high rating. I hesitate to give it 1 star because it wasn't a complete waste of my time. I found the experience of reading "Always You" to be quite enjoyable actually....But not because I thought it was well-written. Kind of the opposite, in fact. (This story is just begging for it's own Mystery Science Theater episode!) However, I was incredibly entertained!

And onto critique: we're gonna start with one age old key to writing: Setting. I spent an OBSCENE amount of time trying to figure out where in the world this story took place. Why, you might ask? Well, because the language flip-flopped between American slang and British slang. Some examples off the top of my head: "Have a go at" "nappies" "trollies" and I have no clue if this is British or not, but calling hickies "marks" got old after a while. Not to mention the British/Canadian spelling: color with a "u" etc. Seem nit-picky? Maybe. But I do think it's important when telling a story to ground it in setting. Not to mention, if I tried writing a story set in England with natives that had grown up there but I had them all speaking like they're from California I don't think that anyone would buy it. Even after I "confirmed" that this story took place in The United States I couldn't get past all of the little British idiosyncrasies.

Next up, this story takes place in high school yet I was consistently brought to spontaneous laughter at the types of situations that occurred. (SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!) The main character, Riley, is supposedly SO FREAKING GORGEOUS that she had everyone in a busy school parking lot, not only give her the hairy eyeball but begin CATCALLING? SERIOUSLY? I know Vegas makes an appearance in this story, but she's not dancing on stage in a feather boa--she's going to school. And even though Riley never makes any acknowledgment of her Victoria Secret Model good-looks, she's slightly surprised by the cat-calls and outrageously flirty behavior but for the most part, shrugs it off. Does this sound like a modest 17-year old girl's reaction on her first day at a new high school? Yeeeeah.

There are so many moments throughout the story that occur like this: Outrageous scenario A happens with B reaction and C you later, we're rolling on like this is all normal. I'm all for suspension of disbelief, and I'll read sci-fi and fantasy with a skip in my step and a completely open mind. But to be frank? I've read some highly implausible sci-fi type things that I've accepted with more ease than I do that a 17 year old girl's parents, who are incredibly protective in strange spurts, would otherwise have no issue with a teenage member of the opposite sex sleeping in a bed with their daughter. We're talking, on the regular, opposite sex slumber parties. No one is gay, no one is related, do not pass go, do not collect 200 dollars.

This is supposed to be a teen romance. A story about two normal kids falling in love and living the dream. It felt more like an alternate universe based on soap operas and bad episodes of COPS. In fact, I probably would've liked the story more if it had OFFICIALLY been an AU because at least I could've written off some of the crazy.

I know I've come off kind of harsh, and I want to make it clear that I fully respect any author that puts themselves out there by writing a book and letting the world read it. And there were parts of the book that I genuinely enjoyed, but as a cohesive story this just fell short for me...

I had MAJOR ISSUES with a couple of the integral plotlines to this story, (AGAIN! SPOILERS!) which involved a bunch of 17 and 18 year olds getting fake IDs and hitting up Vegas. Now if the author had chosen New Orleans (gotta love N'awlins!) as the locale for this shin-dig I wouldn't have batted an eye. But Las Vegas is a MONEY MAKER. Maybe there are super duper amazing fake ids out there but I'd believe BOND has them, NOT a half dozen teenagers who have never been described as particularly rich. Do I think a bunch of teens DRIVING THEMSELVES TO VEGAS with fake IDs are going to have the keys to sin city and party all night at a casino? Can we have a HELL NO for 400, Alex?

A second part of a plotline stems from Riley and Clay GETTING MARRIED IN VEGAS. With fake IDs. Then going back home and living as man and wife until another crazy thing happens that makes them realize that they have to do it again, legally. I can't believe that a 17 year old and an 18 year old would "get married" and be oblivious to the fact that without parental consult or a time-machine the 17 year old cannot legally wed. Believe me, if teenagers could just get fake IDs and get hitched and have it be the real deal, we'd have a lot more high schoolers in wedded bliss. And divorcees before kids manage to get to their mid twenties!

There's more beef here. Plenty more, but I'll end my review with this: In my honest opinion this story needs a lot of work for it to be at a professional level. On the other hand, even with its many flaws I did get through it. I finished it, and there were several things that happened that truly shocked me! I never saw them coming! But shock value and soap opera fueled plots can only take a story so far. The inconsistencies and pure ridiculousness made this "romance" into more of a comedy for me. (There is a line when Clay is coming to pick up Riley at the police station--Riley's so gorgeous that the scary thugs at the ARCADE (really? the arcade?) started getting handsy/hustled her out into the dark- you know, normal high school drama--and he asks her: "Where are you? Downtown?" I totally lost it. Love a good (accidental?) pun.)

Bottom line: Read this to amuse yourself and to get a warm fuzzy at the type of love that has a guy letting his woman mooch off his plate (Not gonna lie, totally romantic) don't read this if you're looking for ANY KIND of realism in your love story. Realism doesn't live here--but there are a lot of gorgeous people, a lot of crazy scenarios, and some good ol'(American? Ish?! Ameri-Brit?) steamy fun!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I wish I could rate it zero 8 July 2013
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I only finished the book so I could write an accurate review. It was that bad.

The author has no grip on reality and little knowledge of American culture. She keeps throwing out cliche' teenage phrases and misnames half of the things the teens have/do. We have arcades, not amusement arcades, we don't have Banoffee Pie and I got sick of characters moaning and saying hells yeah about 3 pages into the book. Please get a thesaurus.

A parent is not going to let their teenage daughter have a sleepover with a boy 3 nights a week, nor would they let their just turned 17 year old date a 21 year old man. I have never seen a parent let their teenager go a state away to Las Vegas with a bunch of other kids with no supervision, especially if said teen has just been beaten TWICE and stalked by a man. They would not be letting her out of their sight. The casino owners in Las Vegas know how to spot fake ID's, so the character's winning never would have been paid out: they would have been removed from the casino, especially since you have to fill out tax paperwork on large winnings. Their parents really would not be accepting the validity of the marriage of a 17 year old when they are against it and it isn't legal in the first place.

Everyone is slapping each other every 5 minutes and the cops do nothing when her arm is broken? Please, the guy would have been arraigned even if no one witnessed it. Most domestic violence cases have no witnesses, but charges are filed. And the cops taking over half an hour to get to a hostage situation in an affluent California neighborhood on a case that's been reported at least 4 times by now? Not likely.

In short, no realism, way too much drama and way too much watching guys sleep around, yet calling any girl who touched them a whore or a skank.