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Nothing More by Anna Todd

“New York’s skyscrapers and hectic pace are a far cry from where Landon Gibson grew up, and the transition to New York University has been jarring. But he’s getting the hang of things, found a job that pays (some of) the bills, enjoys school, and only occasionally runs into his ex, Dakota. You know, the one he chose NYU for…before she dumped him.

Luckily, his best friend, Tessa, shares a (terribly small) Brooklyn apartment with him. And given the ups and downs she’s had with her own ex, she’s a good listener when he finds himself in something of a love triangle—a love knot? Whatever it is, it’s a mess. An exciting mess. Maybe an addicting mess, because beautiful girls.

Being young and finding your way in the world is hard. Landon’s always been a positive person. But such a loud, demanding city so far away from home means you only get by with a little help from your friends. And a good pair of headphones.

Landon’s going to be okay…but the journey sure will be fun to watch.”

~Synopsis from Goodreads

I have to say I loved Nothing More a lot more than the After series. It just wasn’t as dramatic and felt real. Also, Landon’s mind isn’t as boring as he seems in After. He’s got a very dirty mind. And he makes so many references to Harry Potter that it makes me so happy.

I gave this book a 5 out of stars. I adore Anna’s writing and I love Landon’s character.He’s so nice and just is such a great guy. I loved that it wasn’t as dramatic as the After books. I’m going to read Nothing Less in a few months. I don’t know why I’m waiting so long don’t judge.

Until Next Time,



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