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Some guys are impossible to forget.
Rachel Daughtry has a 10-year plan that leaves no room for mistakes. Or not-so-serious boys—including Oliver Wentworth, the freshman boyfriend she’s never forgotten. Now she’s back in San Francisco with an awesome-slash-scary new job. Unfortunately, The Plan doesn’t cover things like meeting her best friend’s new “secret” guy…Oliver.
Fortunately, no one knows that Rachel and Oliver were ever together, and endless bikini wax torture couldn’t make Rachel hurt her friend. But it’s killing Rachel. She’s not over him. Not even a little. And as her 10-year-plan crumbles around her, Rachel realizes that maybe—just maybe—Oliver feels the same way.
Now Rachel is on the verge of losing all control. And her best friend. And the love of her life…
I absolutely adored London's modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice when she wrote Definitely, Maybe In Love so there was no way I was going to pass up the chance to not only get another dose of her great writing but also to get another modern twist of my second most favorite Austen's tale, Pers... ...more
Rachel and Oliver had a secret relationship freshman year of college. Oliver didn't fit into her 10 year plan so she ends things between them. Fast forward 6 years when she moves back to San Francisco and gets to meet her best friends new boyfriend. This was a really sweet second chance romance.... ...more
My thoughts: After falling in love with London's Pride and Prejudice adaptation, Definitely Maybe in Love , the moment that I heard she has another Austen adaptation coming out, I signed up! I'm hesitant to say that I enjoyed this more than Definitely Maybe, because I loved it so much, but it's c... ...more
Persuasion never seems to get the amount of love P+P does and that's a shame because it's an amazing story. This modern retelling of sorts was absolute perfection.
Rachel was a good MC. Yeah, she's got some issues, but who doesn't. Love love love Oliver . He's deliciously swoo... ...more
I really enjoyed this book! And much more than then first book in the series - definitely!
4.5 stars! ...more
Review by Nicole Lorenzo
Rachel Daughtry has had a fear of the unknown since she was a young girl. This is why she makes her ten year plan that she refuses to stray from. Her future is too important to get distracted by boys and parties in college. But When Oliver Wentworth walks into her... ...more
This reunited lovers romance is the story of Rachel and Oliver. Secretly involved in college, Oliver doesn't fit into Rachel's 10 year plan and when she breaks things off with him, it seems like the right thing to do to get things back on track. Only, she hasn't gotten over him, and when she retu... ...more
Someday Maybe was a super special kind of second chance love story. I really liked it! It was the kind of romance that warms the heart and pulls at those very tender heart strings.
Oliver and Rachel were a dream couple to read about. From the start, they had a wonderful chemistry that showed the... ...more
This is a really great story with tons of twists and turns. The pace of the story was a bit slow but the writing was great and the characters were fantastic. I loved Oliver from the start, Rachel took a while to grow on me with her insecurities and expectations. The secondary characters where hil... ...more
After having read and enjoyed London's Definitely Maybe, which is a Pride and Prejudice retelling, I knew I had to read Someday Maybe! I haven't yet read Jane Austen's Persuasion, so I wasn't able to compare the two, but I am all about second chance romances! London has such a fun, cut... ...more
Originally posted on my blog: Tangled Up In Books
I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!
Being a fan of Jane Austen I've been drawn to this series at each release. I enjoyed her take on Pride and Pre... ...more
I think most of us have had 'the one who got away' at one point or another in our lives. I have - still remember him occasionally - and so the synopsis of this book really appealed to me. Plus the cover was awesome. I was really excited to start this novel and I was extremely glad I did.
I was ex... ...more
I never knew there was going to be another book in the Definitely Maybe series but once I found out I just had to read it even if it was new characters I didn't care. I was hoping that it was going to be just as good as the first one or even better but that wasn't to be...
I love this cover as it... ...more
I read Someday Maybe, by Ophelia London, because the premise appealed to me. I didn’t realize it was a modern take on Persuasion, by Jane Austen, until after I’d already finished it. It’s probably a good thing for me, because I didn’t spend the story comparing and contrasting Austen’s characters... ...more
Are you where you thought you'd be 10 years ago? Did you have a "plan" for your life?
Rachel did. And no where in that plan does she have room for a boyfriend. She's focusing only on school and her future. She didn't have to worry so much before but now because... ...more
4 Solid Stars
This was my first time reading Ophelia London and I must say I definitely enjoyed this book.
It centers around Rachel and Oliver, sole mate who found each other before they were meant too. I seriously loved the flashbacks of Rachel and Oliver their freshman year of college, they wer... ...more
This is the first time I have read a book by Ophelia London. I liked her writing style. I was really looking forward to this book.
Now I don't think this book was bad or great I give it a 3.5 stars. I just felt the last 20% took way longe. I was hooked on this book as soon as I started. I ended u... ...more
Oliver and Rachel had an eight month relationship during freshman year in college. How was she to balance an all-consuming relationship and an 18 credit semester? She couldn't and her grades started to decline. She couldn't risk losing her scholarship so she decided to break up with Oliver and ga... ...more
When I started Someday Maybe I was hoping it was going to be great like Definitely, Maybe in Love, but not the same. I wanted same fun story, but not a replica, and it wasn't at all! Oliver and Rachel's relationship was fantastic, heartbreaking, and a great reminder that true love knows no time.... ...more
Rachel Daughtry is driven to succeed. She has never recovered from the monetary loss her family suffered. Now that she's in college she's determined to study hard so that she can achieve financial security. That is until she meets Oliver Wentworth. They fall in love, even though they are opposite... ...more
Someday Maybe is all about second chances, Rachel Daughtry and Oliver Wentworth dated Rachel’s freshman year at college. They were both head over heels in love with each other, but Oliver didn’t fit into Rachel’s 10 year plan, so she broke things off. Now it is almost seven years later and Rachel... ...more
Someday Maybe is a beautiful heartwarming read, I really enjoyed it.
I love second chance love stories, I enjoyed seeing Rachel and Oliver slowly reconnect and acknowledge the love they once shared was still there and that they were perfect for each other.
Sigh... so many happy feels =)
ARC provided via NetGalley by Entangled Publishing, LLC for an honest review.
This was a really sweet second chance story. From the start, Oliver and Rachel had chemistry. Everything about them was special. From their first kiss, to their reunion, to every other encounter they had that led to the... ...more
I really enjoyed this book. It is a retelling of Jane Austen's persuasion with a nice twist. Even though her family isn't thrilled with the guy its really more about the girl persuading herself that she can't be with the guy. The setting is San Francisco and both characters are early in their car... ...more
Several years after the relationship and breakup that almost derailed her life, Rachel meets up again with Oliver.
This was a wonderful read. I did not read the first book in the series (and didn't really want to) but as I saw the books were about different characters I didn't think it was necess... ...more