Tuesday, 15 August 2017

REVIEW : What's the Use of Wondering? (WMU #2) by Kate McMurray


Violinist Logan has spent most of his life training for a career in music. But as the pressure mounts during his junior year, he questions whether playing in an orchestra is the future he wants, or one chosen by his parents. His new roommate—that annoying jerk Peter from last year’s production of _i>Guys and Dolls—complicates matters. Crammed into a dorm room with the overconfident but undeniably hot accounting major, Logan can’t stop snarling.

Then Peter sprains his ankle building sets, and Logan grudgingly agrees to play chauffeur. But instead of putting further strain on their relationship, spending time together reveals some common ground—and mutual frustration. Logan discovers he isn’t the only one who doesn’t know what he wants from life, and the animosity between him and Peter changes keys. But just as the possibility of a happier future appears, Logan gets a dream offer that will take him away from Western Massachusetts University—and Peter. Now he has to decide: will he live the solitary life laid out for him, or hold on to Peter and forge his own path?

 What's the Use of Wondering? (WMU, #2)

What's the Use of Wondering? by Kate McMurray
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was started slow, but after everything settled with Peter and Logan, things getting better and I enjoyed the story.
This is not a love at first sight, it's a slow burn and I liked how the chemistry between Logan and Peter developing.
In fact, the way Logan hated Peter for so long was kinda 'real' to me, and yeah, after some ' I want to slap Logan' moments so many times, finally Logan came into his senses.
I loved Peter, he's definitely a book boyfriend material, and Logan is definitely very lucky to have Peter.
We met again with Dave and Noel from the first book, and Noel and Dave a little bit opened Logan's eyes of what's his priority in his life, what path he must take.
I felt sorry for Logan about his 'dedication' to his violin, and pushy parents didn't help too. Good thing is, once he talked to his parents, everything's seemed easier for him.
I really loved the ending, it was a real promised of a HEA. Oh well, it's a HEA! Those guys!

* I received the ARC from Dreamspinner press in exchange of an honest and unbiased review*

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