Maybe This Time

Maybe This Time

One year. Nine events. Nine chances to . . . fall in love?Weddings. Funerals. Barbecues. New Year's Eve parties. Name the occasion, and Sophie Evans will be there. Well, she has to be there. Sophie works for the local florist, so she can be found at every big event in her small hometown, arranging bouquets and managing family dramas.Enter Andrew Hart. The son of the fancy...

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Title:Maybe This Time
Author:Kasie West
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Maybe This Time Reviews

  • Jaye Berry

    Me: *doesn't give 5 stars often because picky*

    My lizard brain: Book cute and have flowers. Give 5 stars

    Me: Ok

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    is about a girl named Sophie who works for the local florist, attending events and arranging bouquets. At a valentine's event she meets Andrew- son a famous new chef in town and required at all the events Sophie has to be at. They have a rough first meeting and Sophie thinks he is arrogant and entitled and Andrew thinks she's a snob. At every event throughout the year,

    Me: *doesn't give 5 stars often because picky*

    My lizard brain: Book cute and have flowers. Give 5 stars

    Me: Ok

    ***

    is about a girl named Sophie who works for the local florist, attending events and arranging bouquets. At a valentine's event she meets Andrew- son a famous new chef in town and required at all the events Sophie has to be at. They have a rough first meeting and Sophie thinks he is arrogant and entitled and Andrew thinks she's a snob. At every event throughout the year, they keep getting in each other's way until eventually, they end up becoming friends and then maybe something more.

    After

    became my number #1 Kasie book, I didn't think another one would dethrone it so soon but here we are. This book was just everything I wanted and everything I needed right now. It has the classic Kasie West wholesomeness and just all around cute but without being shallow or childish. I don't mind high school romances but this one not taking place in high school was really nice.

    This entire book is told from event to event in snapshots and I loved that so much. Instead of getting filler, it gets right to the good stuff. Also I was weirdly into seeing all the different events and how they were run behind the scenes... don't @ me. This relationship is hate to love and watching them become friends (slowly) into romance was pure.

    They only see each other during the events so all the development between them happens purely at the events, throughout the entire year. They were honestly just so good together and I really loved them, even (especially) when they were bitching at each other.

    Sophie's friend Micah has a large part in this too and I loved their strong friendship that had drama but it was actual necessary drama and not some petty pointless drama. Sophie's relationship with her family was pretty complicated too. While everything is fluffy and cute, some serious topics are still put into play but I like how it doesn't go too hard, just hard enough.

    Plus FLOWERS. So many flowers! Love that! I'm so glad that I loved this one because I was worried after I wasn't the hugest fan of her last book but Kasie West has yet again blown me away with the cuteness.

    Highly recommend this great romcom.

  • Kimberly Antill

    I'm not normally into Rom-Coms but Kasie West just might have changed my mind. I feel like I have been gushing over this one just a little bit. It was just so CUTE!!! It was decent and clean and didn't have any cliche love triangles and no cheating so that made for a nice read. And for the first time in a very long time I loved the characters! They were a bit snarky at times but no one walked around with a huge chip on their shoulder. And while they all had problems to work out no one acted like

    I'm not normally into Rom-Coms but Kasie West just might have changed my mind. I feel like I have been gushing over this one just a little bit. It was just so CUTE!!! It was decent and clean and didn't have any cliche love triangles and no cheating so that made for a nice read. And for the first time in a very long time I loved the characters! They were a bit snarky at times but no one walked around with a huge chip on their shoulder. And while they all had problems to work out no one acted like the whole world was against them. I enjoyed this book a lot and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a light-hearted read.

  • Olivia & Lori (The Candid Cover)

    4.5 Stars

    Maybe This Time by Kasie West had been one of my most anticipated reads this summer as I love everything Kasie West writes. I was not disappointed with this book and its concept of two characters falling for each other over the course of nine events. Both Sophie and Andrew are likeable characters, and there is a prominent theme of the importance of family throughout the book. I loved this one, and I can’t wait to see what West writes next.

    As a longtime fan

    4.5 Stars

    Maybe This Time by Kasie West had been one of my most anticipated reads this summer as I love everything Kasie West writes. I was not disappointed with this book and its concept of two characters falling for each other over the course of nine events. Both Sophie and Andrew are likeable characters, and there is a prominent theme of the importance of family throughout the book. I loved this one, and I can’t wait to see what West writes next.

    As a longtime fan of Kasie West, I had very high hopes for her latest novel. This book follows Sophie, who works for a florist, and Andrew, the son of a famous chef, as they get to know each other during the many events they both end up working. I loved the idea of the book being told event by event, and it makes sense as the main characters really only see each other on these special occasions. As well, the hate to love concept is one that I typically enjoy, and the author did a great job working in snappy dialogue and drama. This book is absolutely adorable and the perfect read for the beach.

    ❀ ENJOYABLE CHARACTERS

    Both Sophie and Andrew are enjoyable characters, and I enjoyed how they interact. Sophie is creative and has dreams of pursuing her love of fashion design. She has a captivating voice, and I found her character to be realistic. Andrew, on the other hand, comes across as arrogant, and not unlike his bossy celebrity chef father. As we get to know him, however, he turns out to be thoughtful and kind. I loved the engaging dialogue that West writes for them, and reading about their mishaps at formal events is equally entertaining.

    ❀ STRONG FAMILY THEME

    As is typical with Kasie West, this book has a strong theme of family. Sophie lives with her mom and brother after her dad left them. She finds herself pushing her mother away and selfishly only caring about her problems without knowing her mom’s side of the story and personal struggles. However, amidst this family drama, Sophie is able to grow and learn that family and friends are the most important. Gunnar, Sophie’s little bother, is also so wholesome, and I enjoyed how their relationship is portrayed.

    Maybe This Time is a cute summer read that takes place over the course of nine different events. I loved both the main characters as well as the side characters, and the theme of family adds more meaning to the book. I would definitely recommend this one, or any of Kasie West’s books, to those looking for the perfect contemporary.

  • Sage Elizabeth

    3.5*

    I have audible escape (I had it even back when it was known as the audible romance package) and I rarely use it, so i’m probably going to unsubscribe soon. Hoping that this will prove useful as one of my last books with the program (or one of the books that keeps me subscribed)

  • Trina (Between Chapters)

    Very cute. Loved the format of skipping between each event the characters meet at. Audio was great.

    This was my first of Kasie West's novels I've read and now I want to read them all!

  • Stacee

    I’m 10000% down for anything Kasie writes and I rarely read the synopsis.

    I liked Sophie and Andrew and of course BFF Micah. She’s got a lot of heart and ambition and it was great to see her grow into her confidence. Andrew was charming and unsure and Micah was just delightful.

    Plot wise, I loved the idea that they only saw each other at events. It was an interesting way for time to pass. My main complaint is that I wanted more sweetness between them. Yes yes, the banter was still fun, but I’m

    I’m 10000% down for anything Kasie writes and I rarely read the synopsis.

    I liked Sophie and Andrew and of course BFF Micah. She’s got a lot of heart and ambition and it was great to see her grow into her confidence. Andrew was charming and unsure and Micah was just delightful.

    Plot wise, I loved the idea that they only saw each other at events. It was an interesting way for time to pass. My main complaint is that I wanted more sweetness between them. Yes yes, the banter was still fun, but I’m greedy.

    Overall, it was a cute and fun story with characters who were easy to root for.

    **Huge thanks to Point for providing the arc free of charge**

  • Lola

    This was my 9th book from Kasie West, which is a fun coincidence because this story includes 9 events Sophie attends that affect her friendships, family and love life.

    Like the majority of Kasie West’s books, this was a page-turner. This author is great with banter. Even if you don’t particularly like the characters, the conversations between them are entertaining and very realistic.

    I’ve said this I don’t know how many times before, and I’ll say it again because it’s true and rare: Kasie West

    This was my 9th book from Kasie West, which is a fun coincidence because this story includes 9 events Sophie attends that affect her friendships, family and love life.

    Like the majority of Kasie West’s books, this was a page-turner. This author is great with banter. Even if you don’t particularly like the characters, the conversations between them are entertaining and very realistic.

    I’ve said this I don’t know how many times before, and I’ll say it again because it’s true and rare: Kasie West understands what it’s like to be a teenager. Unfortunately, in this case, it seems as though she forgot what teenagers like to read about.

    Teenagers don’t enjoy stories with protagonists that have mainly tense relationships with most of the people in their lives. I understand that she wanted there to be a development, especially when it comes to Andrew Hart, but it was disappointing to see Sophie avoid important conversations with her family members and friends.

    I did, however, like Sophie’s relationship with her younger brother as well as her personal ambition. She wants to go to design school and even if people try to convince her to stay in her small town, she believes in herself and thinks positive thoughts about her future as much as possible. It would have been cool if there had been images of Sophie’s designs for sure.

    This isn’t a story that will make you believe in ever-lasting love, but it is an interesting idea that I’m happy Kasie West developed. It could have been better—more smile-worthy—but it’s an entertaining summer read anyways.

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  • Brittany

    Another classic, Sweet Story - from KW!!! This story is about Sophie- just a girl working for a local florist, trying to save up to get into the college of her dreams. She is focused and determined to follow her dreams.

    Enter Andrew Hart. The son of the fancy new chef in town, Andrew is suddenly required to attend all the same events as Sophie. Entitled, arrogant, preppy Andrew. Sophie just wants to get her job done and get

    Another classic, Sweet Story - from KW!!! This story is about Sophie- just a girl working for a local florist, trying to save up to get into the college of her dreams. She is focused and determined to follow her dreams.

    Enter Andrew Hart. The son of the fancy new chef in town, Andrew is suddenly required to attend all the same events as Sophie. Entitled, arrogant, preppy Andrew. Sophie just wants to get her job done and get into college. But every time she turns around, there is Andrew, getting in her way and making her life more complicated. Until one day she wonders if maybe complicated isn't so bad after all.

    I did really enjoy this novel by West- who is one of my favorite go to, Feel-good, authors. She always writes cute clean stories that warm the heart. This was not my favorite by her, but it was still enjoyable. I felt like it was just a simple story, but missing any kind of real conflict, and I think maybe that was the only thing it really lacked.

    Overall if you are a fan of West- then you will most probably enjoy Maybe This Time :P

  • ✨ A ✨

    YOOOO!

    This is Kasie's best cover, I think.

    WHAT? WE'RE GETTING

    NEXT YEAR?!! THANK YOU 2019 YASSS

  • Dayla

    Every once in a while I see books set to come out months and months in the future with really bad ratings.

    We are in January and this comes out in JULY. I feel like if you don't work in the industry/have a personal connection to the author and/or editing/publishing team, then you have no access to this book since ARCs haven't been printed yet (to my understanding).

    This is random, but I'm sick of seeing this happen.

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