Review: Promise Me Once by Paige Weaver

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Once with him was never enough.

I am the girl you dislike. The girl you snub at parties. I am the one who flirts with men and knows no boundaries. I am the one you whisper about. The one who has no rules. I am the one who takes and uses without any regret or excuses.

On the outside I am perfect. I have money, looks, and a personality that makes people stand up and take notice, but on the inside I am broken and hurting.

Then I met Cash Marshall.

He wasn’t what I needed, but I wanted him anyway. It was Cash’s carved, muscular body I thought about. It was his cool, confident touch I craved. I swore he would only be a one-night stand, another distraction to take away the pain.

But then our world changed.

Our story is not about love. Love is pretty and sweet and full of niceties. Those no longer exist. Our story is about finding each other again in a world gone crazy. It’s about surviving the impossible when war ravaged our land. It’s about saving each other from the darkness and finding out just how strong we could be.

And maybe, just maybe, along the way, we’ll find love…

Once and for all.



Bravo Paige Weaver, this book below the previous two out of the water! Cash and Cat were everything I wanted and more. The story starts off with the first meeting of Cash and Cat, before everything changed. Lust is definitely high on the list of feelings they are having. Cat trying to distract herself from the past and Cash trying to figure her out.

They go their separate ways and reunite over 3 years later in a chance encounter. Lives are lost, characters I fell in love with are forever changed. I was thrilled and excited to see how it would play out. However, I was foolish, I should have known that Paige Weaver would make me wait for another book to see the ending. War has changed people, made them ugly, made them better, made them different. I can’t wait to see how Cash and Cat grow in the next book!


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