A follow-up novel to Slammed, by Colleen Hoover.
Hardships and heartache brought them together…now it will tear them apart.
Layken and Will have proved their love can get them through anything; until someone from Will’s past re-emerges, leaving Layken questioning the very foundation on which their relationship was built. Will is forced to face the ultimate challenge…how to prove his love for a girl who refuses to stop ‘carving pumpkins.
The moment I was done with Slammed, I knew I had to read Point of Retreat. I was very lucky that Colleen Hoover actually sent me a eBook. So, I definitely want to give a big Book Nerd THANK YOU for this.
I read this book within a few hours. It was different than Slammed. One is that it is in Will's point of view. I like that because we can see the situation from a different perceptive. Not that I did not enjoy Layken's point of view, but change is good thing (sometimes).
Two, I CRIED A LOT MORE IN THIS BOOK! I did not see a few of the twist and turns that came with this book. I would suggest that you have tissues ready!
Three, we have Sherry and Kiersten. I do not think Colleen Hoover could have created 2 better characters to go with this book. I loved them from the moment they appeared in Layken's and Will's life. It was a breath of freshness and laughter.
I still love that Colleen Hoover threw in some Slam Poetry. It really tied the story together so much more.
Of course I am going to keep this spoiler free but TRUST ME this is just as good as Slammed and I could not put it down. Layken and Will are still struggling through a lot together and you can feel it. Colleen Hoover (like I said before) is so talented as an author because of the emotions that she puts you through. All I could do was keep reading.
Again, I wold recommend this book. It is one that you will be sad if you did not read it.