Book Review: At This Stage

At This Stage by K.K. Weil: The attractive man sleeping on her couch was never like a father to her. That would've been much easier... Outspoken seventeen-year-old Kaitlyn Fowler loses her mother, gets taken in by a gorgeous family friend, and discovers her mysterious biological father has always known she existed. All within a few months. At twenty-three, Jackson Wall lives without a single obligation. That is, until the daughter of his late public relations manager and dear friend is threatened with foster care. Shocking even himself, the rising playwright volunteers to become her guardian. Eloquent and incredibly talented, Kaitlyn comes to mean more to Jackson than he ever imagined. Or wanted. Jackson struggles with their friendship as it develops into something much more complex. While Kaitlyn can't deny her feelings, she knows what will happen if she pushes him too far. As they search for Kaitlyn's unknown father, she wonders if Jackson will reject her, too, or if she can convince him that something wrong to begin with can become right over time.

Toni's thoughts: The writing was almost completely flawless and it has a really good story line. Unfortunately I just never fell in love with the book or the characters. I did enjoy reading the book and would suggest others to try it out. I have absolutely nothing bad to say about the book other than it didn't suck me into the world and make me feel like I was apart of it.

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