Always You - Kirsty Moseley Oh stuff it, I honestly don't care about this review. The book firstly came across as something perhaps early teens might read, with Riley announcing every page, 'Your my best friend in the whole world', because the reader was wondering if she did in fact have acquaintances on other planets. A virgin who had done little more than kissing, she starts a semi sexual relationship with Clay, while dating Blake.

The hypocritical Riley, beautiful, apparently intelligent, although I couldn't see evidence, is what I would call a tart. Best friend or not, no one jumps into the arms of a best friend and wraps their legs around him, sleeps beside him and rubs against his erection and allows him to go down on her, all while dating someone else. She is a more annoying version of Amber from The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window. This book has the same theme, childhood friends, the token abusive person who wants to hurt the main female character and the over protectiveness. While I did enjoy The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window, this one, not so much... Well, not at all.

It's written clearly as a young adult novel, but with sexual situations, the main character doesn't seem to have any morals and is terribly unrealistic. Kudos to the author who has produced another popular romance novel, but sadly not for me.