Until Friday Night

  • Title: Until Friday Night
  • Author: Abbi Glines
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Until Friday Night To everyone who knows him West Ashby has always been that guy the cocky popular too handsome for his own good football god But on the inside he s grief stricken his father is dying and he hasn t to
    To everyone who knows him, West Ashby has always been that guy the cocky, popular, too handsome for his own good football god But on the inside he s grief stricken his father is dying and he hasn t told anyone because he can t face the truth.Now, as his pain grows unbearable, West finally decides he needs to talk to someone about his dad So in the dark shadows of a paTo everyone who knows him, West Ashby has always been that guy the cocky, popular, too handsome for his own good football god But on the inside he s grief stricken his father is dying and he hasn t told anyone because he can t face the truth.Now, as his pain grows unbearable, West finally decides he needs to talk to someone about his dad So in the dark shadows of a party, he tells the one girl who doesn t speak everything he can t tell anyone else West expected to feel relief, a flood of emotions but what he didn t expect was for Maggie Carleton to reply For her to reveal a pain even deeper than his own And, for them to form a connection so strong that he couldn t ever let her go.

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    About Abbi Glines


    1. Abbi Glines is a 1 New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of the Rosemary Beach, Sea Breeze, Vincent Boys, Field Party and Existence series She never cooks unless baking during the Christmas holiday counts She believes in ghosts and has a habit of asking people if their house is haunted before she goes in it She drinks afternoon tea because she wants to be British but alas she was born in Alabama When asked how many books she has written she has to stop and count on her fingers When she s not locked away writing, she is reading, shopping major shoe and purse addiction , sneaking off to the movies alone, and listening to the drama in her teenagers lives while making mental notes on the good stuff to use later Don t judge.You can connect with Abbi online in several different ways She uses social media to procrastinate.


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    1. 2 stars!So this is pretty much standard Abbi Glines. When I read the author's announcement on her website saying that this series would be like The Vincent Boys, I knew I wanted to read it. The Vincent Boys was the series that got me started on Abbi's books and I have a soft spot for it. Until Friday Night follows the story of Maggie. She's the new girl in Lawton High. Her past was tragic and because of this, she doesn't speak to anyone. West Ashby is your typical high school jock. In a town whe [...]

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    2. 4 stars!I have read every single book of Abbi Glines (Yes- ALL of them) so when I heard she was writing a new YA book, I had to get it asap. She is such a guilty pleasure of mine because I know exactly what to expect when I read a book of hers. I know the type of heroes/heroines to look forward to and usually what direction the book will go. Her books have a formula and it’s one that works for me. Until Friday Night had that, but was a little different since it was YA.Maggie and West meet one [...]

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    3. 3.75 StarsI have been super excited to get my hands on this book and to my surprise it wasn’t what I have envisioned when you talk about Friday night field parties with hot high school football players falling in love. This story had an overall very somber vibe as both the hero and the heroine face loss within their families. West clings to his best friend’s cousin, Maggie the girl who doesn’t talk since the loss of her parents as he faces the impendent death of his hero, his father. West [...]

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    4. LIVE - amzn/1LuyPEFGrowing up in the South I learned quickly that football was king. Whether it was high school football on Friday, College football on Saturday or Professional football on Sunday, when those leaves started falling and the air turned crisp – it was Football Time In Tennessee.It’s no secret I am a HUGE Abbi Glines fan, so a book about high school football by one of my favorite authors, I was dying to read Until Friday Night.West Ashby is the start football player, popular guy, [...]

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    5. Blurb: To everyone who knows him, West Ashby has always been that guy: the cocky, popular, too-handsome-for-his-own-good football god. But on the inside he's grief-stricken - his father is dying and he hasn't told anyone because he can't face the truth.Now, as his pain grows unbearable, West finally decides he needs to talk to someone about his dad. So in the dark shadows of a party, he tells the one girl who doesn't speak everything he can't tell anyone else. West expected to feel relief, a flo [...]

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    6. Ummmmm, no way in HELL am I finishing this. What a horrible love interest/"hero"! He treats the girls around him like crap but it's okay because his dad is dying. Literally ALL OF THE BOYS are manwhores and the girls are harpies to make the main girl look better. This was not my high school. I shudder to think that the tropes this author uses - especially in regards to sex - will become popular in YA/NA romances. The dude finds a new fuck buddy 40% into the book, and I know this isn't the first [...]

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    7. 1.5 StarsI pretty much skimmed this whole book, which is a first for me with an Abbi Glines romance. I actually enjoyed her other Young Adult romances, but this one couldn't hold my attention.

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    8. This one wasn't for me. I felt for Maggie and what happened with her family. And I felt for West with what he was going through with his family. But, it just didn't hit the mark Maggie cane to live with her aunt and uncle and her cousin, Brady. I liked Brady most of the time because he was real protective. At times too protective but still. The rest were just okay

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    9. Yay!! My first Abbi Glines read and it won't be my last. Gosh, I love a YA read, especially when it is as well written as this one. Told in my favorite POV style, Maggie and West had my heart from the get go.Their first encounter Maggie doesn't speak! Hasn't for two years. The pain she feels is still so deep and so raw she can't bare the thought to speak. She recently moved in with her aunt, uncle and cousin, Brady, who is the same age as Maggie. They are both starting their senior year in high [...]

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    10. NEW ABBI GLINES SERIES!!! Sounds amazing!! To everyone who knows him, West Ashby has always been that guy: the cocky, popular, way-too-handsome-for-his-own-good football god who led Lawton High to the state championships. But while West may be Big Man on Campus on the outside, on the inside he’s battling the grief that comes with watching his father slowly die of cancer.Two years ago, Maggie Carleton’s life fell apart when her father murdered her mother. And after she told the police what ha [...]

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    11. Currently listening to this one Ooh la la: Southern bad boys ✔pickup trucks ✔football ✔ high school field parties ✔Follow Foxy Blogs at: Foxy Blogs ♥ Twitter ♥ Instagram ♥ Facebook

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    12. Ohhhh, wait until you see what Abbi Glines has in store with you with this series!!!!

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    13. 3 Broken Stars. Maggie saw her life being destroyed when she saw her mother’s death under the worst circumstances. Wes always had a good life until recently cancer had slowly started taking his father’s life away. They didn’t met under the best circumstances but that didn’t prevent them from becoming friends, even though both of them wanted more. But it’s possible for love to happen when two persons one person is breaking and the other one is already broken? Abbi Glines uses the same f [...]

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    14. Once upon a time, I was a big fan. Back when New Adult wasn’t a thing. Back when she was still able to pass off her work as suited for her target audience. Slowly, her novels become one trick ponies. I’ve stayed away from her books since then. It’s been years. I thought I’d given it enough time. I thought that between the time passing and the amount of books she’s written since then, there’s bound to have been some growth. Apparently, success does not necessarily equates to improveme [...]

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    15. "His face . . . It was like God had taken all the perfect features for man and put them together just for this guy"Welll, that should not be surprising at all. I don't know why I even bothered. But okay okay lets see what's wrong here. I'll try to keep it short and I hope you guys will understand why I feel like I just wasted my time reading this. Yep, that's harsh but its true.Until Friday Night was a quick read and I have Abbi Glines' writing to thank for that. It was very simple so its easy t [...]

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    16. I couldn't get through this one. I couldn't get past the sexist comments being made by every guy in this book and constant comments on how a girl LOOKS. I mean not all football players act like that. They aren't all neanderthals pounding their chests and hooking up with every girl along the way. I love football, but I couldn't get past the sexist comments. I thought they were disrespectful and not something I was willing to be subjected to.even in fiction. So, this is a DNF for me.

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    17. Reviewed by: Hello Beautiful Book BlogCaptures the essence of a small town Friday night. This book has the spirit of everything southern with real drama to keep you entertained.I have a love/hate relationship with Abbi. Well, not really hate because I like her books, just maybe a love relationship with her and a hate relationship with Nan. (If you’ve read Forever Too Far in the Rosemary Beach series, you know what I’m talking about) Anyway. I appreciate the books about southern characters, b [...]

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    18. Until Friday Night is Abbi Glines newest release, so this makes like what her 50th book or something insane like that?? It's also the first Ya book I've ever read by her. I didn't even know she wrote Ya. Anyways, when I read what this book was about all I could think of was how sweet it sounded. Then the reviews started pouring in on and all of them were either one star/listed as DNF or five stars/listed as a favorite. This is ultimately why I decided to pick this up. I wanted to read for mysel [...]

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    19. Omg I was a bit of a mess readin this Maggie as been through so much the last 2 yrs an she is still deal with what happened she is know livin with her auntie an uncle an her cousin Brady she is goin 2 start a new school an try an stick 2 herself like alway the only thing that can make this hard is that she doesn't talk she as lived with people sayin things about her but she doesn't care she as 2 protect herself Brady is nice 2 her but his mum Maggie's auntie wants him 2 look out 4 her Brady is o [...]

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    20. 4.5 STARS!Abbi Glines can never do any wrong for me. I was pleasantly surprised by this book since she's known for writing New Adult books but this transition to YA was perfect. The relationship between West and Maggie was really cute, I loved how she helped him heal and he helped her. However, I also loved how Maggie called out West on him being controlling as authors and publishers like to skip it in their books when it is something that sadly happens. I wouldn't say this book was the best YA [...]

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    21. Re-read 7/31/163.5 'Painful' StarsMaggie moves in with her Aunt and Uncle after a tragic event leads her to being all alone in the world. Their son Brady is her age so her aunt makes him take care of Maggie and take her around with him. Really though, Maggie would rather be alone and not around people that don't understand her. She hasn't talked to anyone since that terrible night and she has no desire to. But then she meets WestWest is going through hell and he's all alone. He doesn't want the [...]

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    22. OMG I'm so lucky :D I got an arc from Edelweiss :D I'm so excited to read this book :D

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    23. Ahhhhh this guys! This is why I love YA! <3

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    24. When there's a new Abbi Glines book, I always look forward to it because it's quick to read and they cure my reading slumps. This one is more of an okay-ish book to me. I'm not really a fan of Maggie and West as main characters. They just fell flat to me and the other characters are a bunch of assholes. The only thing I liked here was Brady. Though at first I find him rude, he just have a different approach of being protective. I might or might not continue this series we'll see.

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    25. I LOVED IT! I wasn't expecting to love it. Because I don't like too young YA books - but this one was sooo adorable, and not too young. I cried ALL THROUGH THE BOOK!!!!If I had to say something negative, it would be that there wasn't much happening in this story. Just two grieving people helping each other - a bit of high-school-drama - but I loved it. It was really moving and lots of FEELS ☺ PerfectNow I can't wait for book #2 - Gunner ☺

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    26. Does anyone HOPE TO GOD this series is about the last 2 words in the Sea Breeze series.I mean you have:High schoolFootballSouthernPick up trucksAnd 2 words from her last bookI vote YES PLEASE! :)

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    27. Originally posted at Booklovers For LifeI was really hoping Until Friday Night would have a The Vincent Boys series feel to it, since to-date it's my favorite of Abbi Glines', but I struggled with this book. The ridiculous amount sexism from both the boys and girls had me cringing so much. The writing and characters weren't very impressive – I was annoyed with them more than anything. I wanted to like this book, but there were too many issues I couldn't get over.West Ashby is the popular foo [...]

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    28. This was my first Abbi Glines book, and it was such a huge disappointment. I almost feel bad for how much I dislike it, because I'll admit: she has a simplistic charm in her writing that made this an easy, quick read. But as far content goes, I'll pass. Abbi Glines is certainly a gifted and talented writer. Her words aren't striking, poetic, witty, or powerful, but they are compelling all the same. Her prose has such a fluid and easy flow, slightly reminiscent of Coho's writing style, that doesn [...]

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    29. No reseñare este libro, ni lo comentare mucho. Solo diré que es mi favorito de Abbi Glines (y ya he leído mas de 12 libros de ella, así que ya es mucho decir). Me enamoro, y me removió muchos sentimientos. Además de ser súper adictivo como los demás libros de Abbi.

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    30. TITLE: Until FridayAUTHOR: Abbi GlinesGENRE: Contemporary Romance RELEASE DATE: August 25th 2015MY RATING: 4 STARSWill add more to my review tomorrow I one clicked this as soon as it was released and just haven't had the time to read it so I'm putting life on hold for a bit and I am finally getting to thisI'm a huge fan of Abbi Glines so I have high expectations for this bookThe mute girl and the football god This is a pretty fast moving tale, moving in with her Aunty and Uncle and her cousin ta [...]

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