The Rules of Regret

The Rules of Regret Megan Squires
  • Title: The Rules of Regret
  • Author: Megan Squires
  • ISBN: 006
  • Page: 388
  • Format: ebook
  • The Rules of Regret Megan Squires The Rules of Regret Life doesn t come with a blueprint which makes it hard to have any plans Nineteen year old Darby Duncan is finally on her own Her boyfriend of six years just left for a high powered summer internship
    Life doesn t come with a blueprint, which makes it hard to have any plans Nineteen year old Darby Duncan is finally on her own Her boyfriend of six years just left for a high powered summer internship, though in reality he s been absent for much longer than that This newfound freedom wasn t a part of Darby s plans, but as she s come to discover, plans only exist on pap Life doesn t come with a blueprint, which makes it hard to have any plans Nineteen year old Darby Duncan is finally on her own Her boyfriend of six years just left for a high powered summer internship, though in reality he s been absent for much longer than that This newfound freedom wasn t a part of Darby s plans, but as she s come to discover, plans only exist on paper, not in reality.And guys like Torin Westbrook aren t supposed to exist in reality, either But he does, with his disheveled curly hair, irresistible dimples, and endearingly quirky habit of reciting quotes from classic movies and ancient thinkers When Darby meets Torin as a fellow counselor at the survival camp she impulsively applies to, she s certain his main goal is to turn her world upside down But Darby s not sure she can adapt to Torin s ways of viewing his past and the tragedies he s faced Because she s had her own share of heartache, too, and as much as she wants to believe that it s all been for a purpose, her grief hasn t allowed her to get to that point Yet the Darby is around Torin, the she craves the freedom to break out of her carefully constructed routine and mindset and fall into something new She s just not sure that she should be falling for Torin along the way The Rules of Regret is a non explicit, young new adult romance.
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    1. FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED The Rules of Regret was a sweet, beautifully innocent story with a wonderful message about learning to follow your heart, to live in the moment and to be true to yourself This book was a pleasant change of pace from my usual read I hadn t read a YA style book in quite a while and when I saw this book mentioned on Colleen Hoover s wall where she said that the hero reminded her a little of Will, I immediately one clicked Sometimes it s just nice to read about a good boy her [...]

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    2. Sometimes I need a change from my typical read So when I saw Megan squires looking for people reviewers who wanted a romance that wasn t sex or smut filled, I signed up Don t get me wrong, I enjoy those books, but lately that seems to be the only books being written And I definitely wanted something that felt real and innocent The Rules of Regret fits the bill.We start out meeting Darby love the name and her longtime boyfriend, Lance, saying their goodbyes He is off to DC for an internship They [...]

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    3. I adored this book Completely adored it I wasn t really sure what to expect from it as I only read a rough draft of the synopsis when I started reading it I like reading a synopsis before starting a book to get a feel for it, but what I got from this book without reading a synopsis was amazing I thoroughly enjoyed it The plot of this book started out really cute and innocent and then it got outrageously hot I loved it It was also written brilliantly and some of the quotes in it made me smile lik [...]

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    4. Nope, just nope I WANTED to like this book but oooooohmygod with the preachy, jesusy, corny, life has a meaning plot Overkill.There was too much of the same philosophical scene repeated over and over again with different words It was a disjointed story There were huge chunks of time missing between some chapters, which further led to the choppy feel Sometimes you just wanna read a cute, fun little love story without life s lessons being repeatedly shoved down your throat This was was a failed at [...]

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    5. such a cute book Torin and Darby are impossible not to love and their story is very special

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    6. I ve tried to listen to this audiobook at least three times, and I could not get past the scene where she discovers that her boyfriend was cheating on her I did not like Darby or her boyfriend, or Torin really It was just kind of weird And Darby was pathetic.

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    7. I am very very sad This is probably my very first one stared review This is a sad day.I don t even know what to put as my review Only that I took this book, expecting this awesome, character development, really fluffy story and the one that changes you, but no I didn t get that from this What I did get was some cheesy story, the one that it s the bad cheesy type of story, and no character development, a main character that pissed me off since the start because of how she acted and even though sh [...]

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    8. Items ticked off 9Do not trust this rating It s the first time I ve used that phrase I believe , and I mean it with all my heart The Rules of Regret is probably way better than my rating says, but I, personally, can t rate it higher than 2.5 stars Sorry, GR don t allow half star ratings Why then, why can t I give this than 2.5 stars I ll get to that in a minute.The Rules of Regret is the story of Darby and Torin The former has been a little lost ever since her older sister died a couple of year [...]

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    9. Megan Squires writing was deep and lyrical, but still kept me entertained with some fun scenes I noticed a couple of tiny errors, but overall the editing was pretty clean If I was a beta reader, I d probably recommend that she trim some things, but nothing major I would have liked to have seen outdoor scenes in the last half of the book Comparing the level of adventure in each half made the last half feel lacking But they were working through the relationship, so I suppose I can understand that [...]

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    10. I one clicked this book because I heard that Torin was a lot like Will from Slammed and I LOVED Will I have read a lot of books and I think this book gave me the most butterflies while I was reading it This book was beautifully written and it totally drew me in Torin was so real and it is true, he was a lot like Will I loved how he was so down to earth and his passion was so strong He could teach a lot to all the beautiful book boyfriends out there

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    11. I am SO in love with Torin He s one of the most real guys I ve ever read This bookis book was incredible My emotions were all over the place when I read it and I loved it I adore a book that can make me feel a variety of emotions A definite must read

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    12. Recommended by Colleen Hoover , and she doesn t disappoint wether in writing or referring

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    13. IN LOVE, SO IN LOVE KILL ME NOW AND SEND ME TO HEAVEN IN LOVE PLEASE.It probably isn t proper to be squealing at 12 am, swooning over a fictional boy, who just is completely beautiful, or shipping so hard.But who cares This book was worthy of panda eyes that I was flaunting the next day.WORTH IT The Rules Of Regret was a lyrical, eloquent, beautiful, humorous and an all roundedly meaningful and deep tale of love and finding one s self.I think I once said that Contemporary Novels weren t my favou [...]

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    14. I read this book in under two days Good book.quick read Darby Deborah Duncan will never forget her sister s abduction death and the void it left in her family Summer begins with her boyfriend Lance leaving for six weeks for an internship in Washington, D.C Lance comes from a prestigious family of politicians and has carefully planned his career to follow in his family s footsteps Since her sister s abduction, Darby has become overly dependent on Lance and hates being alone For the first time in [...]

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    15. Rules of Regret is a beautiful tale of innocent love and finding your place in the world.After Darby s long time and complete jerk boyfriend leaves her for the summer she decides she needs to do something to pass the time and earn a little money In order to push herself, she becomes a counselor at an outdoor summercamp which leads to some pretty funny moments cause Darby is not an outdoors kind of girl.Torin is the resident hottie camp counselor who also happens to be the son of the camp owner T [...]

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    16. Thought ProvokingAmazing Amazing Amazing Amazing Needless to repeat, this novel was amazing It was one of the sweetest love stories I ve ever read and I ve read a LOT Anyways, it does have a little love triangle but not really I usually dislike love triangles but Megan Squires wrote it in a way that you knew who was right for her, you just knew Also, don t get me started on all the awe inspiring quotes and all the awe inspiring life lessons put in this book I was learning and loving everything a [...]

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    17. Torin, Torin, Torin, Torin azingly swoon worthy, all around awesome Torin Seriously, Torin was such an awesome guy in this story I could not put the book down, had to know where everything was going to go and read most pages with a stupid grin on my face.This is definitely one of those books where I just LOVED the characters Darby was stuck in this life that she felt she was destined to live and her development throughout the book was fantastic And as I stated before, well Torin is just like the [...]

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    18. Cute cover equals Heather must read This is one of those books that I hounded the author well nagged everyday if the ARC was ready yet Surprisingly the author didn t hate me but found it amusing and was honored that I was truly interested in her book The main reason being Torin, sweet baby Jesus that man does things to you, Torin laughed unrestrictedly Well if that s the case, I d love to see it Go for it, strip down and show us this masterpiece you boast of Darby that girl something else, where [...]

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    19. Great book I mean really great book Torin s character is so complexd funny Wonderful clean romance with humor, a hint of mystery, and lots of self discovery by the characters In fact, while romance is the obvious course of the book as it progresses, I would not categorize it as the purpose for the book itself.Most of my very favorite books are books with a very clear moral or life changing message, and this one has both in spades Dealing with the loss of loved ones, how each choice we make or ap [...]

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    20. I honestly don t know what to make of this book In places it was sweet and romantic, but I mainly felt deeply irritated by the inexplicable attraction that a perfectly lovely hero felt for yet another dead behind the eyes, traumatised, selfish, thoughtless heroine, completely wrapped up in her own misery Seriously what do these men see in these women Ooh look, there s someone who is going to be a complete pain in the arse, utterly self centred and full of shit She s pretty though, so it s worth [...]

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    21. This is one of those books that I started reading and couldn t put down It kept me up way too late into the night, but it was worth the lost sleep This is a great coming of age story that follows Darby Deborah Duncan from her sister s abduction and murder into her college years Darby is dating Lance, whose family is well to do and very well known While Lance leaves for an internship in Washington D.C Darby is faced with life on her own for the first time She unwillingly takes a job at a summer c [...]

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    22. Stars 4.5 I want to live for today, hope for tomorrow, and try to look for the good in everything in between Guilt and regret are two very difficult feelings to live your life with It is a struggle to try to come to terms with the cards that life deals you and move on past situations that truly were not in your control Unfortunately, Darby blames herself for a death that isn t really her fault She truly isn t living her life and it takes meeting a guy named Torin for someone to finally point out [...]

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    23. What a wonderfully written story I loved every moment of it and moving along with the characters.Darby hasn t been living her own life She mourns a sister, and follows behind her boyfriend being who he wants her to be But when opportunity arises, she takes a summer job at a camp for troubled youth And there she meets Torin Torin is the kind of guy you swoon over He has grown up at this camp, but he is fun, and intelligent, and caring, and not the hillbilly that Darby expects Turns out they have [...]

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    24. I absolutely loved The Rules of Regret by Megan Squires Torin has become one of my favorite male leads and not because he s my personal ideal, but because of his genuine love and care for Darby, the female lead And Darby, who was not even attracted to Torin in the beginning, falls in love with Torin as she gets to know the real person faults and all and finally lets go of personal insecurities, letting herself be truly loved I personally relate so much to Darby and felt emotionally tied to both [...]

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    25. I can accept that this is not the typical trash I read I, however, will not accept philosophizing from teenagers Not that they re not capable, but frankly, I don t like it when the last fifth of a book gets so bogged down in philosophy that the ending comes to a screeching halt Talk about going out with a whimper and not a bang Speaking of bangs, this book got way Christian way fast There s saving yourself talk I don t have a problem with other peoples values until they shove them down your thro [...]

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    26. For the most part, this book left me feeling eh It was a cute book, but definitely one meant for YA readers only While I loved LoVeD LOVED Torin he was so freakin adorable, in a shaggy mountain man philosopher sorta way , I found myself just wanting to make it to the end of the book so I could start something else I ve read several books in this genre, aimed at young adults, that were perfectly well suited for older readers like myself I would definitely recommend this book for the younger audie [...]

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    27. I loved the real lifeness in this book Unfortunately, or fortunately, depending on how you want to look at it I don t know that every person can relate to Darby and her tragic life experience I, on the other hand, could totally relate Death has been a part of my life since I was a very little girl I think that Ms Squires did an excellent job of putting the reader into the head of Darby and hopefully everyone walks away from this book with a better understanding of the precious nature of life.

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    28. Really sweet, romantic story of self discovery Quite philosophical at times with some truly great dialogues monologues especially from Torin swoon that I wanted to read again and again I hesitate in giving this a negative but could have done with just a little sizzle in the kiss scenes Also never quite got to the bottom of why a certain person still had their V card

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    29. Thought provoking story about feeling guilt and responsibility for circumstances beyond our control Yeah This story is a keeper Megan Squires then gives the reader hope and ideas to really make you think and examine your own thoughts and actions Leave a good mark on people interacting and passing through our lives Live your life with no regrets The Rules of Regret.

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