• I’ll be completely honest. I’m having a hard time relating to this character because of the cheating factor. I’m somewhere in between Hannah and Gabby’s “guilty” verdict. Yes mistakes. But also deluding yourself is not OK. Society does that enough to people.
  • I think it’s so refreshing Hannah and Ethan are on good terms. Like that NEVER happens it’s always fight this fight that. Dang him to heck and flip the tables!
  • I usually don’t go for the back together breakup line. But I really like them together actually.
  • I COMPLETELY respect her decision here not to stay with him at the club. I mean if this was real life, I never would.
  • Uggggghhhhhhh ETHAN why are you with Katherine??
  • I like the story where they’re together, more (storyline A).
  • Oh my gosh. I feel so sad about what happened to her baby, that has to be devastating.
  • But now that’s there’s Henry, I’m kind of wishing there was an option without a love life. Sigh.
  • I like Henry he’s nice. I can’t tell which one she has more chemistry with though.
  • Also I’m nervous how Ethan is going to react in story line A to the news that she’s pregnant. And then the father is a married man…
  • Gabby is the BEST friend in the entire world. Wow. I mean. She is unfailingly loyal. Somebody get me a tissue I’m going to cry. She’s ALWAYS there for Hannah and just supports her even when Hannah has literally no clue what’s going to happen with this baby.
  • Oooohhhh, shots between Ethan and Henry FIREDDDD at the hospital
  • BOOOOO MARK IS A WHORE . I want to cry when I think about Gabby. WHY DO PEOPLE CHEAT?
  • OK, I understand Ethan and him feeling not ready to have a child, but I also kind of hate him because he is basically saying he can’t love the child as much because it’s not ‘his’ I call bullshit.
  • I love this happily ever, it gives me so much hope.
  • 210-life is about being happy not being perfect
  • 6/10—I’m happy with this book, I liked it. But did it stick in my mind? Not really. Parts I really liked:
    • The ending is really good, especially how the two stories basically come together despite Hannah making completely different decisions and having different mindsets.
    • Gabby.
    • GABBY.
    • I loved how much family Hannah has, she has Gabby and her parents and Gabby’s parents.
  • Parts I didn’t like:
    • It reinforces futurism. I’m firmly against that shit.