Ridge is an extremely talented musician but is having a case of writer’s bloke. When he lends out a helping hand to Sydney, he finds that she can help him with his problem. They build a friendship that grows as their musical interactions increase and their chemistry sizzles. The only problem is that Ridge is in a very series relationship that starts to be compromised the closer he gets to Sydney.
From the minute I picked up Maybe Someday, I couldn't stop reading it. The story captivated me, and with each page, I learned things that changed how I was viewing the story all together. I even lost sleep because I couldn't wait to devour the pages, but at the same time, I didn't want it to end.
I loved all the characters in this novel. I felt myself liking Sydney no matter what bad decisions she made. Ridge was just an amazing character all around and I loved him for his honesty and “faithfulness”. I went through the motions with them and felt how real their connection was. The supporting characters had flaws that made them not seem fictional, but real. The only slight negative that I found was with Ridge’s girlfriend, I didn’t really feel that she was a very likable character than I believe she was meant to be. Regardless, with her it wouldn’t have been the same.
One other aspect of the novel that was so original and cool and blew me away was the ability to hear the songs that Sydney and Ridge were creating. I loved being able to listen to the songs while I was reading the lyrics, it added an extra connection to the characters and story. Griffin Peterson did an amazing job with all the songs.
Colleen Hoover wrote an amazingly gripping story that I absolutely loved. Wow, just Wow!
I give Maybe Someday 5 out of 5 stars.