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Review: The Theory of Unrequited by Len Webster

The wait is over!
AJ AND EVAN ARE HERE!!!

The Theory of Unrequited by Len Webster is LIVE!

Blurb

Every theory has a test subject … even between best friends.
The pact: Stanford.
The betrayal: AJ attending Duke.
The reason: She did something stupid like fall in love with Evan.
The problem: Evan’s not ready to let this betrayal go so easily.
The solution: Find AJ and fix them.

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My Review

Tears came to surface within the first few pages of AJ’s prologue. Len Webster took me on a whirlwind of nostalgia with The Theory of Unrequited. It took me back to my time as a silly, naive teenager—dealing with all those new and confusing feelings. And not knowing what to do or say about those feelings. I personally experienced, like I’m sure many have, at a point during high school—literally my senior year just like AJ, with a friend who I adored, and one who made me feel very similar to the way she did.

“She loved him completely … and he loved her fractionally. Just enough to make her his best friend but not a sliver more.”

This story held so much angst, love, growing-pains, and ultimately betrayal. There’s so much that goes unsaid by these characters, dancing around each other and the way they feel. Times you remind yourself that these are teenagers, and it’s the way most go so cluelessly about things. I love how Len intertwined AJ and Evan’s past with the present, the events that led up to AJ turning her back on a pact with Evan. She did a wonderful job at bringing all these emotions with the story and with her characters.

“She breathed oxygen in him with each flutter of their kiss. He knew right from wrong. He was aware that he was kissing his best friend. He was convinced that this one flawless kiss was right.”

The Theory of Unrequited leaves us on a tortuous cliffhanger, I say that dramatically and affectionately because I can’t wait for book 2, The Solution of Unrequited. Also, I want to add that I’m swooning hardcore over Evan’s older brother Kyle! ❤

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About Len

Len Webster is a romance-loving Melburnian with dreams of finding her version of ‘The One.’ But until that moment happens, she writes. Having just graduated with her BBusCom from Monash University, Len is now busy writing her next romance about how a boy met a girl, and how they fell completely and hopelessly in love.

She is also not a certified explorer, but she’s working on it.

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