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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover. Maybe Someday Maybe, 1 4.

She lives with her best friend, has a great boyfriend, and the music coming from the balcony opposite hers is fast becoming the soundtrack to her life. But when Sydney finds out her boyfriend is cheating on her, the bubble b Contains exclusive content: But when Sydney finds out her boyfriend is cheating on her, the bubble bursts.

The mysterious and attractive man behind the music, Ridge, gives Sydney hope that she can move on and they begin to write songs together. But moving on is harder than she expects, Sydney can only hope…. Maybe someday… Colleen Hoover draws you in to this passionate tale of music, love and betrayal… Kindle Edition , pages. Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Romance To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Maybe Someday , please sign up. Is there a sequel? What happens to Tori and Hunter?

How's Maggie doing doing now? Where is Brennan going with his career? What is going on in Warren's and Bridgette's relationship, Did it last? What next for Ridge and Sydney? Delicate Rock not an answer but just a comment; that I agree with what you have written Trying to find the Epilogue. Checked CH's website, still can't find it. Really would like to read it. Just read Maybe Not Can someone please help?

See all 39 questions about Maybe Someday…. Lists with This Book. Once again, Colleen Hoover has delivered an emotionally charged masterpiece that will capture your heart! Maybe Someday is not your typical romance but I promise you, it is one of the most deeply passionate and uniquely beautiful books I have ever read.

It consumes every part of you, enhancing your senses by a million. I honestly do not have a single other book to compare it to, nor have I ever read a plot line even similar to this one.

Everything from the way the characters met to the twists and reveals all took me by surprise and kept me guessing the whole way through. Colleen Hoover's writing has this beautifully gripping, compelling quality to it that draws you right into the lives of her characters.

From the first few lines, I was fully immersed in this story and stayed connected until the very last word. Ridge was the kind of guy who everyone will fall in love with - a gorgeous, sweet, talented musician with a heart of gold and who was also hiding a big secret. Everything about him made me either swoon or melt. Sydney was one of those heroines who I just immediately liked. She was kind, endearing and earned my respect more than once with the way she handled the situations she was put in.

I truly loved everything about this book and about their romance - the texting, the flirting, the slow but powerful build of their connection There were moments that made my laugh so hard that I had to stop reading until I could recover and moments that broke my heart so completely that I just sat there with tears streaming down my face. The way Ridge and Sydney connected through their music was hypnotic, beautiful and downright hot.

They each had something that the other needed and pretty soon, the lines between making music and falling in love began to blur. There was also an incredibly awesome feature worked into the book where real, listenable songs that had been written and recorded specifically for this book were integrated throughout the story in such a way where you would be prompted to listen to them at the exact right time. For me, the most special part of all was being able to listen to the song after watching them create it from scratch together.

The story is also told in alternating POVs so the reader really gets to see all the different sides of the story and is really able to connect to each character individually. Now, here's the thing that you can't really tell from the blurb of the book It's truly a must-read!! I don't reveal any major twists and I don't tell you how the story ends , but because of the complexity of the situation, I felt the need to talk a little about how it made me feel.

I'm just going to lay it right out: Just like the rest of the book, this one is completely different and unique and despite the fact that as a reader I'm not usually fond of triangles, I absolutely adored the way this one was written. We actually found out very early on in the story that Ridge had a girlfriend, Maggie, and it was abundantly clear that she wasn't just a random girl he was semi-attached to.

No, this was a girl who he was completely and totally, til-the-day-I-die in love with. She was kind, sweet, loving and honestly just a beautiful character both inside and out. But when Ridge and Sydney met, they too had an undeniable, soul-deep connection. Now, before you ask, this is also not a cheating book either. Ridge loved Maggie and would never want to hurt her, and Sydney had just come out of a relationship where she was betrayed by her boyfriend so in no way would she ever want to put another girl in the situation she was in.

But, despite their best intentions, that connection between her and Ridge grew stronger and stronger even though they both fought it with everything they had. I was so conflicted because there was no right or wrong here. No good guy or bad guy. I knew that this was Ridge and Sydney's story so my heart was rooting for them but I couldn't help but wonder Because in that case, Sydney would have been the "bad guy" for representing a threat to their relationship. I mean, as much as I hated to admit it, didn't Maggie deserve to be with Ridge just as much as Sydney?

And it didn't help that both Sydney and Maggie were such wonderfully sweet people and neither of them had any flaws that made it easy to justify disliking them for any reason. You and I are officially at war. You can't be annoyed with anyone, you can't fault anyone, and there is no one to blame. There's nothing that makes you feel better about or justifies what you're feeling.

I didn't want anyone to get hurt and I couldn't pick a side. But I had no idea who I was hurting for. No black, white, or even grey zones.

There were just people. Strong, powerful, all-consuming feelings. Impossibly painful, heart-wrenching choices and still Or I hate my conscience. The two are constantly at war and I'm not sure which one I'd rather turn off.

No matter what the brain insists on, at the end of the day, the heart calls the shots and no matter how much we try and fight it, or deny it, it's the one thing that can't be covered up.

I loved that the author had the guts to write a story where there was no "bad guy" because it meant that there was no easy way to justify your feeling and with the way it was written, I truly felt each character's conflict as though it were my own. I swear I spent half the book just wishing I could hug him. This was one of those rare books where I never once, not even for a single moment, was angry or annoyed with anyone.

I was rooting for everyone's happiness and I loved that I was never not even in the end made to hate anyone. The ending was really just brilliantly laid out and incredibly well paced leaving me with the most wonderful feeling knowing that every single part of the story had been wrapped up. This book kept me up reading til 4: I couldn't put it down, couldn't glance away from the page, and as desperate as I was to find out what was going to happen, I just didn't want it to end.

It was fresh, unique, and unpredictable. I felt fully connected to each of the characters and I honestly don't have a single complaint to make. This book is perfect. I can't recommend it highly enough. Allow it to take over your heart. It's an unforgettable journey that every reader should take. This is a standalone novel.

Also, on a side note, I really strongly visualized every single thing in my head as I was reading. Every scene, every character, every location is crystal clear in my mind so I'm going to pray to the movie gods that this story ends up on the big screen because it would make one helluva movie!

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Bristol's ad-libs and words of encouragement to Ross can be heard in the background throughout the song. Neither of the Supremes' remaining members, however, sang on the record.

Backing vocals for Ross were provided by Maxine and Julia Waters. Ross's first solo single instead, released in early , became " Reach Out and Touch Somebody's Hand. While the explicit subject of the song was that of Ross comforting a long-distance lover, "Someday We'll Be Together" allowed for a number of other implications such that Ross and bandmates Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong would one day "be together.

The girl group made their final of several performances throughout the decade with Diana Ross singing lead on the s decennial finale of The Ed Sullivan Show that aired live Sunday, December 21, on CBS. After the completion of the show, Jean Terrell was presented onstage to the audience as Diana Ross' replacement alongside Wilson and Birdsong.

Ross reunited with Wilson and Birdsong in , performing the single for the Motown Yesterday, Today, Forever television special. However this performance was marred by lingering hostility between Ross and Wilson, which Motown insiders report resulted in Ross shoving Wilson out of her way during the on-stage performance.

A heavily edited version of this performance was released on the DVD of Motown Bill Anderson and Jan Howard recorded a version for the country music market.

Their version peaked at 4 on Billboard magazine ' s Hot Country Singles chart in the summer of Another version, credited to the "already-defunct" group and fellow Motown act The Marvelettes , was released in as well, as a track to the group's final album The Return of the Marvelettes. As with the Supremes version, lead vocalist Wanda Young Rogers was the only group member to sing on the track, with The Andantes used as backing vocalists.

In , Janet Jackson sampled the opening riff on her hit song " If " from the album janet. His voice is hoarse, like the cry of a hunted animal. He trembles like a hunted stag before the mouths of fierce hounds. Suddenly his face goes white. He had gone to take possession of a vineyard, coveted for a garden of herbs; and there he is face to face with righteousness, face to face with honor, face to face with judgment.

The vineyard, with the sun shining upon it now, is as black as if it were part of the midnight which has gathered in judgment. Like Poe 's raven "his soul from out that shadow shall be" lifted -- nevermore. Hast thou killed, and also taken possession? Thus saith the Lord, In the place where dogs licked the blood of Naboth shall dogs lick thy blood, even thine.

Behold, I will bring evil upon thee, and will take away thy posterity. And will make thine house like the house of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, and like the house of Baasha the son of Ahijah, for the provocation wherewith thou hast provoked me to anger, and made Israel to sin!

And then, plying other words mercilessly like a terrible scourge to the Cringing Ahab, Elijah said: Him that dieth of Ahab in the city the dogs shall eat: And, with these words, making Ahab to cower as one cowers and recoils from a hissing adder, finding Naboth's vineyard to be haunted with ghosts and the clusters thereof to be full of blood, Elijah went his way -- as was his custom so suddenly to appear and so quickly to disappear. Ahab had sold himself for nought, as did Achan for a burial robe and a useless ingot, as did Judas for thirty pieces of silver which so burned his palms and so burned his conscience and so burned his soul that he found relief in the noose at the rope's end.

And when Ahab got back in the chariot to go back to Jezebel -- the vile toad who squatted upon the throne to be again with the beautiful adder coiled upon the throne -- the hoofs of the horses pounding the road pounded into his guilty soul Elijah's words: Someday the dogs will eat Jezebel by the ramparts of Jezreel. Would it come to pass? And now we come to the last scene in this tragedy, "Payday Someday.

Or was He playing a prank on royalty? The retributive providence of God is a reality as certainly as the laws of gravitation are a reality. And to Ahab and Jezebel, payday came as certainly as night follows day, because sin carries in itself the seed of its own fatal penalty. One generation labors to scatter tares, and the next generation reaps tares and retribution immeasurable.

To the individual who goes not the direction God points, a terrible pay-day comes. To the nation which forgets God, payday will come in the awful realization of the truth that the "nations which forget God shall be turned into hell. We have seen nations slide into Gehenna -- and the smoke of their torment has gone up before our eyes day and night.

To the home that has no room for the Christ, death and grave clothes are certain. A man can, if he will, follow the way of some wicked woman; but God leaves him not without warning as to the payday, in the words: He goeth after her straightway, as an ox goeth to the slaughter, or as a fool to the correction of the stocks; Till a dart strike through his liver; as a bird hasteth to the snare, and knoweth not that it is for his life.

For she hath cast down many wounded: Her house is the way to hell, going down to the chambers of death Prov. People can drink booze, if they will, and offer the damnable bottle to others, if they will, but the certainty of "Payday Someday" is read in the words: No drunkard "shall inherit the kingdom of God," I Cor 6: The certainty of "Payday Someday" for all who regard not God or man is set forth in the words of an unknown poet: The knowledge of your acts will weigh Heavier on your mind each day.

The more you climb, the more you gain, The more you'll feel the nagging strain. Success will cower at the threat Of retribution. Fear will fret Your peace and bleed you for the debt; Conscience collects from every crook More than the worth of what he took, You only thought you got away But in the night you'll pay and pay. Churchill expressed the certainty of God's retributive justice when, speaking of Mussolini, he said.

Mussolini is swept into the maelstrom of his own making. The flames of war he kindled burn himself. He and his people are taking the stinging lash of the whip they applied to Ethiopia and Albania. They pay for Fascist sins with defeat, despair, death. Mussolini's promise of life like a lion turns into the existence of a beaten cur!

Crime and punishment grow out of one stem. Punishment is a fruit that unsuspected ripens within the flower of the pleasure that concealed it.

Cause and effect, means and ends, seed and fruit, can rot be severed, for the effect already blooms in the cause. The end pre-exists in the means -- the fruit in the seed. Paul Lawrence Dunbar showed wisdom as great as the wisdom of Churchill and a knowledge of Nature's laws as great as Emerson's knowledge when he wrote the autobiography of many individual sinners in these poetic and potent words: This is the price I pay -- Just for one riotous day -- Years of regret and of grief, And sorrow without relief.

Suffer it I will, my friend, Suffer it until the end, Until the grave shall give relief. All these statements are but verification of Bible truth: Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein: Therefore shall they eat of the fruit of their own way, and be filled with their own devices. For the turning away of the simple shall slay them, and the prosperity of fools shall destroy them Prov.

Even as I have seen, they that plow iniquity, and sow wickedness, reap the same Job 4: For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind Hos. The gods are just -- and of our vices make instruments to scourge us. In my "fan mail" I received letters from a young man who called himself '"Chief of the Kangaroo Court. Sometimes he wrote a nice line--and a nice line was, in all the vulgar things he wrote, like a gardenia in a garbage can.

It was about this fellow who so often dipped his pen in slop, who seldom thrust his pen into nectar. All he will tell us is that he is chief of the Kangaroo Court. He is going to die. He says that you are the only preacher in New Orleans that he has ever heard -- and he has never seen you. He wants to see you. Will you come down? And I quit what I was doing and hurried down to the hospital. The young nurse met me at the entrance to the charity ward and took me in.

A glance around showed me cots on the north side, cots on the south side, beds on the east side and beds on the west side - and clusters of cots in the center of the huge ward. In a place by itself, somewhat removed from all other cots and beds, was a bed on which lay a young man about nineteen or twenty years of age -- big of frame, though the ravages of disease had brought a slenderness.

The nurse, with little ado, introduced me to the young man, saying: As kindly as I could, I spoke, saying "Hello. Then his voice lost some of the snarl -- and he spoke again. I sent for you because I know you go up and down the land and talk to many young people.

And I want you to tell 'em, and tell 'em every chance you get, that the Devil pays only in counterfeit money. I wish I could tell all men and women and all boys and girls everywhere to believe the truth that Satan always pays in counterfeit money, that all his pearls are paste pearls, that the nectar he offers is poisoned through and through. Oh, that men would learn the truth and be warned by the truth that if they eat the Devil's corn, he will choke them with the cob.

I stayed with this young man nearly two hours. There was a desperate earnestness in the young man's voice as he looked at me with wild eyes where terror was enthroned. After while I saw those eyes become as though they were glass as he gazed at the ceiling above. I saw his huge lean chest heave like a bellows. I felt his hand clutch at mine as a drowning man would grab for a rope. I held his hand. I heard the raucous gurgle in his throat. Then he became quiet -- like a forest when the cyclone is long gone.

When he died, the little nurse called me to her, excitedly. Then she added -- with something of fright in her words, "It's dangerous to touch him! But what about Ahab? Did payday come for him? Three years went by. Ahab was still king. And I dare say that during those three years Jezebel had reminded him that they were eating herbs out of Naboth's vineyard. I can hear her say something like this as they sat at the king's table: I thought Elijah said the dogs were going to lick your blood.

I guess his dogs lost their noses and lost the trail. One day Jehoshaphat, king of Judah, visited Ahab. The Bible tells us what took place -- what was said, what was done: And the king of Israel said unto his servants, Know ye that Ramoth in Gilead is ours, and we be still, and take it not out of the hand of the king of Syria? And he said unto Jehoshaphat, Wilt thou go with me to battle to Ramoth-gilead? And Jehoshaphat said to the king of Israel, I am as thou art, my people as thy people, my horses as thy horses I Kings Ahab, after Jehoshaphat had promised to go with him, in his heart was afraid, and had sad forebodings, dreadful premonitions, horrible fears.

Remembering the withering words of Elijah three years before, he disguised himself -- put armor on his body and covered this armor with ordinary citizen's clothes. And the king of Israel said unto Jehoshaphat, I will disguise myself, and enter into the battle; but put thou on thy robes.

And the king of Israel disguised himself, and went into the battle I Kings The Syrian general had given orders to slay only the king of Israel -- Ahab. But the king of Syria commanded his thirty and two captains that had rule over his chariots, saying, Fight neither with small nor great, save only with the king of Israel I Kings Jehoshaphat was not injured, although he wore his royal clothes. And it came to pass, when the captains of the chariots saw Jehoshaphat, that they said, Surely it is the king of Israel.

And they turned aside to fight against him: And it came to pass, when the captains of the chariots perceived that it was not the king of Israel, that they turned back from pursuing him I Kings While war steeds neighed and war chariots rumbled and shields clashed on shields and arrows whizzed and spears were thrown and swords were wielded, a death-carrying arrow, shot by an aimless and nameless archer, found the crack in Ahab's armor. And a certain man drew a bow at a venture, and smote the king of Israel between the joints of the harness: And the battle increased that day: And one washed the chariot in the pool of Samaria; and the dogs licked up his blood; and they washed his armour; according unto the Word of the Lord which He spake I Kings Thus we learn that no man can evade God's laws with impunity.

All of God's laws are their own executioners. They have strange penalties annexed. Stolen waters are sweet. But every ounce of sweetness makes a pound of nausea. Nature keeps honks pitilessly. Man's credit with her is good. And there is no land to which you can flee and escape her bailiffs. Every day her bloodhounds track down the men and women who owe her. But what about Jezebel? Did her payday come? Yes -- after twenty years. After Ahab's death, after the dogs had licked his blood, she virtually ruled the kingdom.

But I think that she went into the temple of Baal on occasions and prayed her god Baal to protect her from Elijah's hounds. Elijah had been taken home to heaven without the touch of the deathdew upon his brow. Elisha had succeeded him. And Elisha the prophet called one of the children of the prophets, and said unto him, Gird up thy loins, and take this box of oil in thine hand, and go to Ramoth-gilead: And when thou comest thither, look out there Jehu the son of Jehoshaphat the son of Nimshi, and go in, and make him arise up from among his brethren, and carry him to an inner chamber; Then take the box of oil and pour it on his head, and say, Thus saith the Lord, I have anointed thee king over Israel.

Then open the door and flee, and tarry not. So the young man, even the young man the prophet, went to Ramoth-gilead. And when he came, behold, the captains of the host were sitting; and he said, I have an errand to thee, O captain. And Jehu said, Unto which of all us? And he said, To thee, O captain. And he arose, and went into the house; and he poured the oil on his head, and said unto him, Thus saith the Lord God of Israel, I have anointed thee king over the people of the Lord, even over Israel.

And thou shalt smite the house of Ahab thy master, that I may avenge the blood of My servants the prophets, and the blood of all the servants of the Lord, at the hand of Jezebel. And I will make the house of Ahab like the house of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, and like the house of Baasha the son of Ahijab: And the dogs shall eat Jezebel in the portion of Jezreel, and there shall be none to bury her. And be opened the door, and fled II Kings 9: Jehu was just the man for such an occasion -- furious in his anger, rapid in his movements, unscrupulous, yet zealous to uphold the law of Moses.

Then Jehu came forth to the servants of his lord: And he said unto them, Ye know the man, and his communication. And they said, It is false; tell us now. And he said, Thus and thus spake he to me, saying, Thus saitb the Lord, I have anointed thee king over Israel.

Then they basted, and took every man his garment, and put it under him on the top of the stairs, and blew with trumpets, saying, Jehu is king II Kings 9: Mounting his chariot, commanding and taking with him a company of his most reliable soldiers, furiously did he drive nearly sixty miles to Jezreel. So Jehu rode in a chariot, and went to Jezreel; for Joram lay there. And Ahaziah king of Judah was come down to see Joram. And there stood a watchman on the tower in Jezreel, and he spied the company of Jehu as he came, and said, I see a company.

And Joram said, Take an horseman, and send to meet them, and let him say, Is it peace? So there went one on horseback to meet him, and said, Thus saith the king, Is it peace? And Jehu said, What hast thou to do with peace? And the watchman told, saying, The messenger came to them, but he cometh not again. Then he sent out a second on horseback, which came to them, and said, Thus saith the king, Is it peace?

And Jehu answered, What hast thou to do with peace? And the watchman told, saying, He came even unto them, and cometh not again: And Joram said, Make ready.

And his chariot was made ready. And Joram king of Israel and Ahaziab king of Judah went out, each in his chariot, and they went out against Jehu, and met him in the portion of Naboth the Jerreelite. And it came to pass, when Joram saw Jehu, that he said, Is it peace, Jehu? And he answered, What peace, so long as the whoredoms of thy mother jezebel and her witchcrafts are so many? And Jehu drew a bow with his full strength, and smote Jehoram between his arms, and the arrow went out at his heart, and he sunk down in his chariot.

Then said Jehu to Bidkar his captain, Take up, and cast him in tlie portion of the field of Naboth the Jezreelite: Now therefore take and cast him into the plat of ground, according to the word of the Lord II Kings 9: He is the one who, twenty years before the events of this chapter from which we quote, rode down with Ahab to take Naboth's vineyard, the one who throughout those twenty years never forgot those withering words of terrible denunciation which Elijah spoke.

And who is Jezebel? The very same who wrote the letters and had Naboth put to death. And what is Jezreel? The place where Naboth had his vineyard and where Naboth died, his life pounded out by stones in the hands of ruffians. From the palace casement she looked down, Queenly, scornful, proud, And watched with cold indifferent eyes The weary ragged crowd.

Of the wage of sin she never thought, Nor that a crown might fall Nor did she note the hungry dogs Skulking along the wall. And as Jehu, the new king by the will and word of the lord, entered in at the gate, she asked: And there looked out to him two or three eunuchs. And he said, Throw her down" II Kings 9: These men put their strong men's fingers into her soft feminine flesh and picked her up, tired head and all, painted face and all, bejeweled fingers and all, silken skirts and all -- and threw her down.

Her body hit the street and burst open. Some of her blood splattered on the legs of Jehu's horses, dishonoring them. Some of her blood splattered on the walls of the city, disgracing them. And Jehu drove his horses and chariot over her. There she lies, twisting in death agony in the street. Her body is crushed by the chariot wheels. On her white bosom are the black crescent-shapes of horses' hoofs.

Ridge has been having trouble writing his lyrics for the band and he sees Sydney sin How can two people who both have such good intentions end up with feelings, derived from all the goodness, that are so incredibly bad?

Ridge has been having trouble writing his lyrics for the band and he sees Sydney singing to his music and thus it begins. On Sydney's birthday she finds out from Ridge that her boyfriend of two years, Hunter, has been having a relationship with her roommate, Tori.

He really didn't want to tell her but he couldn't put it off any longer. Ridge had seen them on the balcony. They say it was just sex and meant nothing, they had been having sex for years before they knew Syd. Anyway, Syd moves in with Ridge and his roommates, Bridgette and Warren. They are a hoot let me tell you. Syd finds out Ridge is deaf but he can still play guitar and writes music for the band his brother formed. They are a big hit. Ridge won't play with them though because of his nerves and something else, but I won't tell you what that something else is, just something that is holding him back.

So Ridge and Syd communicate through text messages and the laptop. And they make music together. Syd writes the lyrics and Ridge plays, at least until he gets his muse back, which is through Sydney. Then, Syd finds out Ridge has a girlfriend. Hello, you could have mentioned that from the beginning before I started falling for you. Maggie and Ridge have been together for 5 years and it's not all what it seems either.

You know how you get comfortable with someone and they have other problems and you feel you can't leave them. But it all works out in the end for everyone. I loved being able to read a nice fluffy book. Sometimes I just need to do that, although I don't need to explain myself to you. I enjoyed this book, but like I said I wanted to scream through some of it. I loved the characters and they all seemed to just get one another. Melissa Martin's Reading List View all 24 comments. There is no doubt that Colleen Hoover can write any amazing novel.

The development and interaction between Sydney and Ridge was pure magic. Their method of communicating with each other felt like a language meant only for Sydney and Ridge and I felt like a fly on the wall playing witness to their romance.

One of elements of this novel that I appreciated was the lyrics. I usually cringe when I read lyrics in books because they come off so cheesy and unrealistic but not with Maybe Someday. This book is a must read! Fall in love 3. Have a new book boyfriend Get ready mystery man, we are coming for you!

Was not too keen on Slammed. Yeah, saw all the rave reviews for this one and thought to myself will I? Still had a bit on the Amazon gift voucher…. You UK buyers are getting it for a bargain at your price. And a pleasant one. It was very emotional. I really did not know which way it was going…. He is 24 and she is But it did not read like an NA book. It was just a good book. But I can tell by how disappointed I feel that I do care.

Ok now don't get me wrong this book was written great and I still love me some CoHo, but this was not by any means my favorite CoHo book Maybe its my fault for not reading the blurb bc I didn't care since it was a new CoHo book but I actually considered DNF because I saw where this book was headed and its one of my pet peeves.

I don't care what the circumstances are, the hero needed to man the eff up. They only get to choose who they stay in love with. My heart broke for Maggie. Maggie was a great person. Ridge can go Also, view spoiler [ I feel like he was with Sydney by default. Like if everything wouldn't have gone down with Maggie he would have stayed with her.

View all 38 comments. Saying I was excited to read Maybe Someday would be quite the understatement. I basically counted down the days until it was released and no one would ever understand how ecstatic I was when I found out it had been already available at my local bookstore.

I was not only thrilled that it was a Colleen Hoover book, but also that it had aspects I was interested in, like music and romance. The book focuses respectively on Sydney and Ridge, the female and male lead, who both have their own POVs.

Sometimes in life, we need a few bad days in order to keep the good ones in perspective. The novel starts with Sydney, who just turned twenty-two and was having the suckiest day of her life.

Betrayed by her best friend and boyfriend, Sydney was angry, depressed, and was left with nowhere to go. From the very first line of the book, I knew Sydney was going to be a very readable character for me.

If there was one thing I loved about her the most, it was that she kept things real. Her dialogues with the people around her were fun, her internal conflicts were so relatable and honest and she was a really good heroine in general. He took me completely by surprise. Aside from that, I loved his personality in general, how he is passionate and caring and also how he loves pranks!

The heart does whatever the hell it wants to do. The only thing we can control is whether we give our lives and our minds the chance to catch up to our hearts. Ridge has been having a block when it came to writing lyrics so he collaborates with Sydney, who is utterly passionate about songs and music.

The two grow attracted to each other but they establish a deeper connection more than just a physical one. She was actually really wonderful and nice and you can see why Ridge loves her very much. I came to adore him during the entirety of the book, not only because he was pretty hilarious, but also because he was so frank and honest. After all, the story revolves around a relationship that is wrong in the context of the situation but nonetheless feels so right, which I must say is totally confusing and frustrating, not just for the characters, but also for the reader in this case: I loved how the two were both so mature, how they really tried so hard to fight their hearts and it tore me apart, seeing them struggle with their feelings so much.

Not only was this book heart wrenching, it was also fascinating, what with the aspect of music and lyrics bringing Sydney and Ridge together. I have to say: Every word was just so perfect for every scene, every emotion, and I just loved it beyond everything else. A gorgeous soundtrack accompanies Maybe Someday and it contains the songs Sydney and Ridge wrote for and about each other. Listening to the soundtrack album while reading the respective scenes was the best thing ever!

All in all, I really loved Maybe Someday. It was poignant and thought provoking, not to mention a breath of fresh air compared to most of the books in this genre. Sure to impress its readers, Maybe Someday brims with heart and hope.

Password is the last word of the last chapter of the book. Whenever I see a Colleen Hoover book, I know to brace myself for a story that builds up in intensity and showcases unique plot twists.

Her stories are alwa Go get it!! Her stories are always so well-written at least for me and she knows how to make the little things count. Sydney Blake has the perfect life: From the blurb I expected Sydney to be connecting with Ridge on a musical level after she finds out about Hunter and Tori, but she actually knows and chats with him beforehand. Not a bad thing, but the way it was introduced into the story i. Is it just them falling in love over making music?

But for those that just need a little more to go off of, this next section is for you. It was how they felt and their natural response to these feelings. For me, reading this book was like opening a Pandora box full of emotions and letting those emotions smack me in the face over and over again. I had originally planned on giving this book 3. ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

View all 84 comments. The strangest thing about Ridge is that he plays the guitar and composes songs, music and lyrics. It's lovely to see him with Maggie, but it's also lovely to see him with Sydney.

They are two people who blend very well, something like your soul mate if it were in an ideal world. The stories of how he and his little brother Brennan grew up are simply heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time.

His life was tough since childhood with abusive parents, unconcerned and ashamed of his deafness, having to practically raise Brennan. But now he has his brother and his best friend Warren, who is like another brother and my favorite character in this book. Sydney, oh Sydney, is my least favorite of all in the book, including Bridgette.

I don't identify with her in absolutely nothing. First, when she is without a boyfriend and homeless she prefers being under the rain sitting in her suitcases than going up to look for her wallet, staying in an apartment where she doesn't know anyone, falling in love with a man who has girlfriend and who has told her that he isn't going to leave her and have the nerve to tell him that they can't be together now because he just finished with Maggie when she not only liked Ridge since she had a boyfriend, but just several weeks of finishing with Hunter was already falling in love with Ridge and the worst is that she spend most of half book crying.

Despite Sydney and that many things happen that can be considered as infidelity, I liked the book. It goes fast, it doesn't bore and it ends like it has to end. The next book in this series is of Warren and I coudn't be happier. Sydney, oh Sydney, es mi menos favorita de todos los que aparecen en el libro, incluyendo a Bridgette. No me identifico con ella en absolutamente nada. View all 16 comments.

Jun 08, Samantha rated it it was amazing Shelves: I inhale read this in one sitting. I highly recommend listening to the soundtrack along with the book. This is for fans of the slow-burn, angst-filled romance. This book deals with a delicate situation in a realistic and complex way. Mar 26, Sana rated it did not like it Shelves: View all 56 comments. Sydney finds out that her boyfriend of two years is a cheater so she accepts help from her neighbor, Ridge.

Ridge and Sydney connect trough music and soon very strong feelings starts to develop between them. Let me just start by saying that I love Colleen Hoover. This, however, was my least favorite of them all. She is THAT good. Traditional NA with a lot of drama in the middle. Some broken moments, some achingly beautiful and some heartbreaking ones. Basically, the cherry on the top of the big cake that is the New Adult world. First person, dual POV. Flawless, musical and completely addictive. Exactly how Colleen got us used to.

And even in this crazy book where everything could go wrong, she turned it in a way that will make us end this reading with happy tears flooding from our eyes. Sydney is pretty good and I love how respectful she is to the other parts in all this messed up situation. Ridge is an amazing guy and I loved his position through the entire book.

View all 45 comments. Sydney is forced to leave the apartment she shares with her friend Tori upon discovering that she occasionally hits up her boyfriend, Hunter, for meaningless sex. Penniless, purseless and jobless, she finds herself squatting with Ridge, the cute musician from the apartment across who has convinced her to write lyrics for him as rent after he sees her singing along his impromptu balcony concerts.

Basically, Maybe Someday is a kindle pages guide on how to rationalize infidelity. A lengthy introspection on love and hearts within hearts, and hearts being halved and a valiant attempt at trying to portray the concept of loving more than one person in a mature and dignified manner.

Initially I was sold on the originality of choosing a deaf musician for a hero. I mean, who would rage on a guy who is simultaneously sweet, sensitive and hell bent on being faithful to his girlfriend?

I was wary that his deafness opens an avenue ripe for emotional exploitation. Well this kind of did and did not. So when the whole Maggie subplot was brought into the picture, it just got a little over the top, dramatic gimmickry for me. I did not get the Maggie love. But apart from Ridge, Warren and Sydney saying so, why again is she awesome?

There was so much angst going on, the book somehow forgot to illustrate the happiness any of these characters derive from each other. From where I stand, everyone would probably be better off single. It feels a bit strange complaining about that in a Colleen Hoover book.

She has a knack for writing in charm in the banter between her leads and in her secondary characters that subtly compliments the heavy drama in her climactic scenes. Had it not been for Sydney. Do you sing in the shower? I shake my head, confirming my initial suspicion. It cheapens an already shallow character, one that fit so incongruously in a story that already struggles with keeping up the appearances of being a New Adult Contemporary Romance of depth.

I can see her evolution as a writer. Or when we should get there. View all 49 comments. Well I guess I'm the odd duck here because I didn't like this.

The only reason I'm rating it 2 stars and not 1 is because I did like how it ended, mostly. I completely lost respect for Ridge with his treatment of both women. View all 55 comments. Sep 22, Whitney Atkinson rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't understand the hype behind her whatsoever.

The only good thing about this book was that it was fast-paced. That, and it had a cool twist that would be a spoiler to tell you, but if you've read it, you know what I mean and I really liked that aspect of it. But this book was just entirely too angsty. If you cheat on your girlfriend, tell her and deal with the consequences and stop crying literally every 3 pages for half of this book. This book had no other plot other than a sob story about cheating and regret.

Colleen Hoover loves including small phrases like "she hits like a girl" and "i need her to be vulnerable" actual lines pulled from Ridge's POV , which totally rubbed me the wrong way. I just hate how Colleen Hoover tackles these serious problems and over-dramatizes them. By the end I was ready for this to be done so that there would stop being so much ridiculous angst. Additionally, I wasn't a fan of the soundtrack for this book. Colleen Hoover just blew my mind!!!

Loved this book so much! Even though I was in conflict while I devoured this whole This story was amazing. Downloaded all the songs!!!! Favorite author ever Once again Favorite author everrrrrrr and the face of Holder with the voice of Ridge I heart you Colleen Hoover!!!! View all 8 comments. Nov 12, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it did not like it Shelves: Find all of my reviews at: Yeah, that sounds about par for the course on books I rate 1 Star.

Now, before everyone goes all cuckoo crazy I need to ask a favor. Again, put the buckets of pig blood down. It just has to be done the right way for me. THIS might be and judging by the ratings obviously was the right way for most everyone else.

When Sydney discovers her live-in boyfriend has been banging her bestie on the side, she finds herself jobless and homeless. Left out in the rain with nowhere to go, neighbor Ridge saves the day. He feels sorry for her so he and his roommates offer Sydney a place to stay. But Ridge has a long-term girlfriend. Therein lies the rub. What exactly constitutes cheating? But enough about that. I thought maybe it was just a case of needing the music rather than just reading the words so I took a couple of minutes to You Tube the songs themselves and hear what they sounded like.

I can definitely live without any of those on my iTunes playlist. I should probably burn myself at the stake. When I hear that songs are supposed to make me feely, they need to be feeeely. However, the feels I like to feel are things like anger: There won't be no next time! I apologize even though I know its lies I'm tired of the games I just want her back I know I'm a liar If she ever tries to fucking leave again Im'a tie her to the bed and set this house on fire.

The video on the other hand. I want to do the dirty to The Weekend. Well, at least I did until it nearly got ruined for me by having a track added to the 50 Shades soundtrack.

Then much like with the "romance" in this book , my snatch was all like. Not every book works for every reader. Luckily at Goodreads you have the ability to read tons of different personal opinions NONE of which are wrong. This one was already on your TBR? Definitely still read it. Add it to the TBR. View all 40 comments.

Mar 06, Hailey HaileyinBookland rated it it was amazing Shelves: So beautiful and amazing. I was a little unsure through the middle but I honestly adored it. View all 3 comments. I loved it so much,I honestly couldn't stop reading it!

I cried,I laughed,my heart was broken and then in the end I was happy!

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