I was so excited to read Sublime Resistance by Charlene Zapta to find out what happened to Maggie that I ended up reading the whole book in just two days!
Maggie is now in college and missing Vince like mad but she has her new friend and roommate heather to help her. Then she meets the gorgeous Asher when he becomes her new study partner. He is a tall, blonde and totally fit surfer. They become very good friends and work well together and even though she senses Asher wants more from the friendship, Maggie is honest with him and says that her heart lies with another. Maggie is still super dedicated to school and tries to balance this with a social life, friends and visiting back home. Then she receives a letter off her mother and it threatens everything she has worked so hard to achieve, but Maggie finds strength once again to stand up for herself.
This second book is just as good as book one, Sublime Wreckage (read my review); it is another highly emotional read that will have you feeling all of the happiness and sadness that the characters feel.
Once again the storyline and the characters are written so well that I felt connected to them and it made me feel more invested in the story. I am really looking forward to reading the third book from Vincent’s point of view.
The ending was written beautifully and I felt that this was the perfect way to end for Maggie and Vince, the characters I have come to love.
I would recommend Sublime Resistance to anyone who enjoys coming of age stories, with romance but also to those who like stories of courage and strength and overcoming your fears.
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Available formats: ebook
Published: December 2014
Genres: romance, coming of age
Target Audience: New adult
Read: January 2014
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