Still Thinking of You... Even Though I Shouldn't Be
Downtown Press, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by Kim Atchue-Cusella
ich never thought he would fall in love, but it seemed inevitable after he meets Tasha. Tasha always expected to fall in love, and her policy of openness and honesty seems like a great way to enter into a relationship. After two months of dating, Rich asks her to marry him and they talk about a future together.
ich decides that it's time for his old college buddies to meet Tasha. After wrangling around busy schedules, they decide on dinner at their apartment. Rich is oblivious to the frosty reception that Tasha gets from the women. The idea of Rich's friends coming along on their wedding trip is raised and details are ironed out to get them all to a French ski resort.
ut the trip ends up focusing on the history of Rich's old school friends, leaving Tasha out in the cold. Some of the friends purposely exclude Tasha, while Rich does nothing to improve the situation. Rich is also finding the honesty policy hard to keep, when he discovers a blip in his past has shown up as a guest. Can Tasha and Rich keep it together long enough to get married, and can his friends separate past from present and learn how to deal with life's curveballs?
dele Parks creates a wonderful story intertwining the groom's past with old school friends and his relationship with his new fiancée. The buddies discover that the carefree days of school are over when past confronts present and secrets and old dating histories are divulged.
Still Thinking of You ... Even Though I Shouldn't Be
shows all concerned that people move on after college.
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