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…
Reviewed by Claire
I received Pivotal Moments from Netgalley for an honest review, thank you.
Okay, where to start... Well, I have mixed feelings, on one hand I enjoyed reading Pivotal Moments but on the other hand, I found Aislinn to be really annoying. I understand she was younger and more naive than Teagan but there were moments where I found myself rolling eyes at her naivety.
Okay... so I loved Teagan. Even though I thought I was going to dislike him at one point. Teagan is totally swoon-worthy, even though he has a history of being a heart breaker, I found him to be a perfect match for Aislinn. He kind of levelled her out, helping her to overcome her insecurities.
Overall, Pivotal Moments was an okay read but I found the book to have too many clichés.