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Thursday, February 25, 2016

ARC Review: We Were Here by Daisy Prescott

We Were Here is the standalone prequel to the Modern Love Stories series from Daisy Prescott. For those that area already fans of the gang from Geoducks Are For Lovers, this story is an absolute must read! Don't worry if you are new to the series though, this is actually a great place to start as you get to see how all the characters met and became friends here! I have read a few of the other books in the series and really loved them, but after reading We Were Here I can't wait to go back and read every single one of them. This was such a fun read, and Daisy Prescott is a great writer! 

Set in the early 1990s, We Were Here tells the story about how all your favorite Geoducks couples met. Quinn, Gil, Ben, Selah, Jo, Maggie, and Lizzy are all in college and are just starting their friendships and falling in love for the first time. They thought they knew everything, but it turns out that many things they thought they knew they didn't. Set over the course of their college years, each of these characters has their own story told through their POV. 

I loved seeing these characters get to know one another and form these life long connections with each other. It was so interesting to get a glimpse at their past and how it all started, and to be able to see that through each POV. I loved these characters before, but getting this unique look into their younger selves just made me love them that much more. This group of characters is really special, and I am so glad that Daisy Prescott gave us the chance to experience how their bond became so solid. Daisy Prescott is great at finding the perfect balance of love, friendship, emotion, humor and steam. This book, as with everything I have read from her, was enjoyable from the very first page and held my attention to the very end. I highly recommend anything by Daisy, and I can't wait to read more from her.

**ARC Provided by Inkslinger PR**

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