I will admit, I thought this was going to be a higher rated book from me. It started out great! Then, it fell flat for me. I am not sure where it turned, maybe when Scarlett became needy and walked out of tutoring because it hurt too much? Why do females have to act like that? Why can't we just go with the flow? I am definitely a go with the flow type of person. I don't ask questions, because I am not sure I want to hear the answers to them. I don't pry into people's business, so I don't dig further. If they want to tell me something, they'll tell me. I don't need to ask them about it. Hell, I don't even ask my friends what movie they saw last weekend. If they wanted to tell me, they would. I value my privacy and respect others as well. However, if someone asks me something I tell them the truth, flat out. I do not sugar coat. If they don't like the answer, there's the door. I believe in communication if you want relationships to work. I don't like secrets. I say what's on my mind, whether I think it's right or wrong. Note, I said I speak my mind. I don't question anything. I loved this about Scarlett and Tucker.
Never shied away from the truth, well...Scarlett. Tucker needed some pushing, but then again, I thought Scarlett was asking too much at times (not about Tucker leaving in the middle of the night, that would have freaked me out too). I really liked how Tucker "got" Scarlett without her even speaking. He could just read her. It made my heart happy.
I loved watching their friendship/relationship build, I just wanted more of them as a couple. I would have liked to see them out in the "real world" together. What were people saying? The infamous playboy settling down?
Even the Epi was lacking for me. I just wanted more. I shouldn't because I got an HEA, but I still feel cheated. What does Tucker's family think about him quitting the Fire? Changing majors? Is Jason pissed at him and Scarlett?
Overall, it was a good read, I just wanted more.