Macy and Wes are adorable, too adorable for words. I think that in a lot of ways, he was the kind of guy I was always looking for: This is one of those beautiful books that I will grab some other time and read it again, and I really hope that I will be able to feel the same emotions, that I am going to love it even more.
There she meets the artistic Wes, who she later discovers lost his mother to cancer and attended reform school for breaking and entering. Now about the love story, oh, it was precious. There are few couples in the YA literature that made me feel so much joy and sadness for them. Macy and Wes are seen eating waffles together in Just Listen.
Later Wes and Macy end up stranded together after their catering van runs out of gas, where Macy opens up to Wes about all of the issues in her life during a game of "Truth".
The movie based on my first two novels was getting ready to come out, I was under a deadline…the list goes on and on. When Macy attempts to communicate with him about her unhappiness with her coworkers at the library.
At the end of one of their e-mails she tells him that she loves him, he replies and thinks it would be for the best if they took a break until he returns in August. Spare time will be used to help her obsessive mother prepare for the big opening of the townhouse section of her luxury development.
This story really touched a soft spot in my heart. What is it about him that makes her let down her guard and finally talk about how much she misses her father, who died before her eyes the year before?
Wes is mentioned in Along for the Ride by Jason; being referred to as "the juvenile delinquent welder with a tattoo". Macy enjoys this new job and her new coworkers. Her boyfriend, Jason, is currently away at Brain Camp. How life is a continuing series of beginnings and endings, losses and gains, all folding into one long stretch, one lifetime, and one forever.
While at first I felt a certain amount of pressure, Macy and her story soon became a sort of solace for me. So, as often happens in my books, I was learning right along with my narrator, struggling with the same issues. Tattooed, artistic, anything-but-expected Wes.
This results in her being unable to comfort her mother.The Truth About Forever, just like Grease, is another summer romance where an uptight girl eventually learns to loosen up and enjoy life. Macy Queen is going for nothing less than perfection. She's dating Jason Talbot, the perfect guy, and spends all her time studying, helping her mom at work, or volunteering with Jason.
The Truth About Forever is one of the few YA books I loved. The story is captivating, so touching and so real. The story is captivating, so touching and so real. Engaging writing style, loveable characters, and Wes who is just the most perfect fictional boyfriend ever/5.
About The Truth About Forever.
From the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of Once and for All Expect the unexpected. Macy’s got her whole summer carefully planned. In The Truth About Forever, Sarah Dessen has flawlessly created the balance between humor and depression, between loss and love.
The turbulent emotions of this book gripped me to the very end, and stayed with me long after I finished the book. I would recommend it to everyone, but especially teens/5(10). The Truth about Forever was a very interesting read.
It's about a girl named Macy who is striving for perfection: perfect boyfriend, perfect job, perfect house. She recently lost her father due to a heart attack that she feels she could have prevented if she had just gone running with him/5(K).
When I began The Truth About Forever, I knew that I wanted to write about the idea of being “perfect,” and what that does and doesn’t mean. I was also interested in seeing a character go through a loss, and how that affected the way she viewed the world.Download