May. 5, 2018

LEN WEBSTER - The Theory of Unrequited (The Science of Unrequited #1)

The main characters:

AJ: smart, protective, friendly, language,
Evan: an athlete, kind, unconvincing in himself
Kyle: self-confident, athlete, persistent
Landon: an athlete, determined, self-confident, friendly




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.




My thoughts:

We often wonder if a boy and a girl can be just friends. What do you think?

Sometimes my answer to this question is Yes, they can be. If things do not go too far and do not get tangled into anything more But, on the other hand, my answer is No. Because I think that one always starts to feel something more.

Perhaps the importance of all this male-female friendship is that you hide your emotions and that you never really, really, say what you feel.

AJ and Evan have known each other since childhood. They were always together. They planned everything together.

But with growing up, AJ began to notice that she was the only one who did everything for Evan. She change her dreams to complete their common dreams. She is the only one who succumbs deep inside, all for him.

And with growing up, their emotions also change. While his feelings do not change much, hers deffinitely change Especially since they once shared a kiss.

But each thing has its own boundary, and when AJ sees that Evan doesn't even notice her feelings and does not mind her wishes, she decides to go to another university.

But can AJ begin to live again? Find someone who will bring back a smile to her broken heart?

She finds her happiness in Landon. Maybe even a new start.

But, what will she do when her past knock on her door?