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Review: Pivotal Moments (In Time Series #1) by Trinity Hanrahan



Book Blurb

A senior in high school, introvert Aislinn Munroe is satisfied living unnoticed...

Aislinn is doing the normal post-high school preparations to get into college. She’s getting ready for a life beyond senior year, and wonders where she’ll fit in to the world once she’s officially an adult. Though her curves are to kill for, she’s also smart and funny. However, she isn’t at all popular, which is just fine with her.

Aislinn’s introverted ways are about to be put to the test...

Content with hiding from the limelight, Aislinn doesn’t get bullied like so many other shy kids do—that is, as long as she keeps to herself. But is she really living the life she’s meant to? Or are there unforeseen adventures waiting to shake up her life in the near future?

When her brother comes home from college, he brings an unexpected houseguest…

Teagan Aldridge is a reformed party animal, ladies’ man, and bad boy. He’s the last person Aislinn thought would ever show her attention. But when Aislinn and Teagan become unlikely friends, he brings out a side of herself she never knew existed. She already knows she’s special, but sexy and adventurous? That’s a first.

Are their personalities too far apart, or will opposites attract, making them an unusual, but influential pair? When their vast differences collide, Aislinn is led to some unexpected…

Pivotal Moments


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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Aislinn Munroe is dreading going home.  She knows her mother is going to be mad because of what happened at school.  It isn’t her day especially when she has to pack on the street.  Someone is in her spot in the drive way.  It turns out her brother Connor is home for Spring Break.  He brought his roommate Teagan and Teeg’s dog, Zver.  Zver is huge and scares Ash half to death when he comes to say hi.  Then she is completely shocked when she gets a good look at Teagan.  He is pretty hot but it seems she has been placed in the little sister zone which is worse than the friend zone.  Ash knows better than to get her hopes up.  Teagan wouldn’t be interested in anyone like her anyway.  She doesn’t have many friends, she doesn’t date and she is overweight.  Her insecurities are front and center.
Teagan likes Aislinn instantly.  She is sweet, funny and smart.  He also knows how innocent she is.  He sees how she cares and soft-hearted she is.  She is beautiful inside and out and he is determined to show her that.

I absolutely loved this book.  In fact I read it twice before I reviewed it.  It was a feel good story.  Aislinn has so many insecurities.  I can completely understand why which helps relate to the character.  The author walked a fine line of keeping Aislinn from falling into the completely annoying category.  She made it work and then throw in Teagan.  He was swoon worthy and a man every woman should have in her life.  You just want to be Aislinn in order to be loved like that.  I totally recommend this fabulous love story to any reader.  I give it a 5 out of 5.




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