Books | Fiction / Psychological
"What is more important? Friendship, loyalty, or love? Ridge and Sydney are thrilled to finally be together guilt-free. But as the two of them navigate this freedom, Warren and Bridgette's relationship is as tumultuous as ever, and Maggie grapples with her illness. When she comes across an old list of things she wanted to do maybe one of these days, Maggie decides to live life to the fullest and accomplish these dreams. Maggie keeps Ridge updated on her adventures, but he can't help but worry, even as Sydney grows more and more suspicious about their friendship. But if she's going to move past this jealousy, she'll need to reconcile how she and Ridge came together with the fact that Maggie will always be in their lives somehow...or end up walking away from the man she loves so much. Featuring new songs by Griffin Peterson, this emotive and satisfying finale proves that maybe someday might be right now."--Publisher.
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"*WARNING THIS REVIEW WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS* TBR PROMPT: *A book you meant to read last year* Why did I decide to wait almost 2 years to read the last book in this series? I have no idea lol. I absolutely love how she started this book right where the first book ended. I was honestly shocked to see that we got Maggie's p.o.v, but not only hers we got ridges, sydneys, and jakes!!! Like what the heck!! Multiple p.o.v.'s and I didn't dislike it, what??!! Lol. I will say the insta attraction for both Jake and Maggie was just happening way too soon. I mean yes, she deserves to be happy and living freely for however long she had left but still come on be realistic here okay. Sydney and ridge were so cute and honestly they seemed really happy. BUT I will say Sydney was annoying whenever Maggie was brought up. Especially when she was in the hospital and basically needed him and Warren, like Sydney get a grip, he choose you! Not her! I also really wanted to punch Warren for making the situation sound worse than it was. Ridge and Maggie needed that fight to happen between them, because that was just pent up anger and resentment boiling over waiting to explode. But man Maggie was being a big stupid, petty, brat when she posted that picture. I can't believe "sweet little Maggie" would do something like that. I understand where Bridgette was coming from when she didn't like that Maggie was moving in their apartment complex, I would be too. I like how almost everyone in this book matured towards the end. And it was cute to see that they all got engaged and basically got married together. Mostly everyone's interactions were hilarious aside from a few serious moments. I feel bad for saying this but Sydney was super emotional in this book lol. I love this series, every single one of these characters are awesome in their own way. Honestly if anyone is going to barely read this series or is planning on rereading it, then let me know and I'll happily join in!"
"⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I love Colleen Hoover but Ridge and Sydney’s relationship annoys me. They’re sweet and everything but the way they came together has never sit well with me. She’s always felt like the other woman. I wanted more Maggie. I would have been happy if the whole story was about her. The ending was great and I was happy with the outcome and development of characters friendships throughout. "
"This was such a happy ending to the series and filled my heart with joy. There were a few emotional moments but it was inspiring to read a story of a group of young adults bringing out the best in each other and learning to live in the moment. I’d love to see these characters portrayed in a TV series! 4/5 ⭐️"
"A great wrap-up to the series. "
"I loved this book! I loved Jake, he was a great character to add to the ending of the Maybe Someday series. I still love Ridge’s character. I personally loved this book, I was a little hesitant on reading it because people gave it a bad review, but I loved it! "
"Loved it! I like that it picks up right where maybe someday left off. Just as good as the first."