Review: What If It's Right? by J.B. Heller

January 05, 2017

What If It's Right? by JB HellerMy rating: 4 of 5 stars
Release: November 22, 2016
Length: 182 pages
Trope: age gap

At eighteen, I became my nephew’s guardian and my once carefree life ceased to exist.

The next fourteen years passed in a blur of unconventional parenting and more wine than I’m sure most good mothers consume. And things like my sex life became non-existent. So, when my nephew’s best friend, Weston, starts making his feelings for me abundantly clear, I find myself stuck between a rock and a hard place.

There are so many reason I shouldn’t do this. A relationship with Weston has the potential to be disastrous. He’s in his twenties. I’m in my thirties. We can’t be together, it would be all kinds of wrong.
Wouldn’t it?

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I have to start off by saying that I really liked ALL of the characters of this book. Everyone was extremely likable and I loved that. The storyline was heartbreaking, heartwarming and fun. Even the "situation" between Victoria and Weston was handled in such a way that it had no taboo or negative vibe. Overall, a really easygoing read.

Victoria's older sister died in a car accident and left her as guardian to her son, Finn. Tory was an admirable character. How many 18 year olds do you know that would be able to step up to take full responsibility of an 8 year old? But she did and she did it beautifully. They were both so lost without her sister but found their way and their bond was even stronger than ever. Yeah, there were bumps and scrapes along the way, and their new "mother-son" relationship took some adjustment, but the author wrote their story honestly. So along comes Weston, Finn's best friend. Over the years, his infatuation with his BFF's mom turned into lust for the MILF and grew into love of Victoria. What happens when the feelings are mutual?

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