He wanted her to help him win his ex-girlfriend back. She wanted to teach him a few lessons on how to treat a woman. Neither one planned for the unexpected.She’s gone. I’m desperate and going insane. I’ll do whatever it takes to find her. I don’t know when I fell for her, but I won’t let her go. What has she done to me? I’m Rick Marin, for crying out loud. I don’t chase women…but she’s not just any woman. She’s Maddy—my Maddy—and I need her.
I couldn’t stand by and watch. I have to run fast and far to get away and forget him. He weaseled his way into my life, making me question rules I live by, and he turned my orderly life upside down. I’m falling apart and coming undone. I don’t do that. I will not allow a man to derail me. I’m Madison Stuart. I live life by my rules.
Follow The Do Over’s most notorious couple, Rick and Madison, as they learn that It’s Not Over.
Be sure to read The Do Over before you read It's Not Over. Even though it can be read as a stand alone, you will have a better understanding of the characters if you read The Do Over and are introduced to them first. In all honesty, after being introduced to Rick in The Do Over, I wasn't too excited about reading his story. He kind of seemed like a jerk to me and I really didn't like him. But in this book, he did redeem himself. He showed that he finally knew what he wanted and did what it took to get it. I enjoyed the story between Maddy and Rick, but there did seem to be a lot of back and forth that almost seemed TOO much. A little of the "I like you but I don't like you", "I want you but you're not good for me" back and forth usually makes a book interesting for me because I like for the characters to fight for their love and to really show that they want it, but this book kind of took it to the extreme. Overall, it was a good story and I loved that Maddy didn't put up with any of Rick's shit. I thoroughly enjoyed the last bit of the book more than the beginning and I look forward to more from these characters.
A.L. Zaun graduated from Florida International University with a degree in English Literature when the dinosaurs roamed the earth and cellphones were the size of a brick. Her impressive degree did absolutely nothing for her professional endeavors in health care management but did stir her imagination and opened up the world of books in a new way.
Armed with a large bottle of Diet Pepsi and a multi-pack of Extra Sugar-Free gum, A.L. Zaun spends her evenings bringing to life the characters that dominate her thoughts and interrupt her sleep.