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Publisher's Summary

What is more important? Friendship, loyalty, or love? 

Colleen Hoover and Griffin Peterson collaborate once again to bring fans of Maybe Someday back into the musical world of Ridge Lawson and Sydney Blake. And Maggie. And Warren and Bridgette. 

This full-length novel is a follow-up to the New York Times best-selling novel Maybe Someday. For the best listening experience, Maybe Now should be listened to after Maybe Someday and the spin-off novella Maybe Not. However, Maybe Now can also be listened to immediately following Maybe Someday

©2018 Colleen Hoover. All rights reserved. (P)2019 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Maybe Someday was one of my favorite CoHo books so I was excited to get a little more of this story. What I loved about these characters it that they are not perfect, they make mistakes and they have jealousy and trust issues like real people. Yes they created their own issues but that is what makes it real for me.

This book had me giggling so many times, the sarcasm and banter was perfect. I love Ridge and Sydney but Warren and Bridgette take the cake on making me laugh. I loved seeing all of these characters get their HEA and find there way through all the drama.

The narration was good, I liked that they kept the same voices for the characters.

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I was hoping for more fun and excitement for Maggie


I was hoping for more fun and excitement for Maggie

This is the book right after Maybe Someday.
I liked being able to find out what happens w/ these characters. There were things I absolutely loved and things I didn’t find authentic. I am a little disappointed that there wasn’t more of Maggie and Jakes progress of their relationship. I was hoping she’d meet this crazy fun adventurous guy who got her out to do all kinds of crazy stuff and we’d see them fl in love. It starts out like that but then we are never shown anything else like that again so she only spent one day doing something fun and outrageous. We didn’t really see their relationship grow either.
-Then the narrator who spoke for Jake made a weird noise w/ his S’s and he always sounded like he was reading instead of just being natural.
-I loved Warren and Bridget in this book!!! They were fantastic! Ridge was a sweetheart and a great book boyfriend to Sydney and I liked seeing their relationship grow more. That felt authentic to me. Butthere were things w/ Maggies condition and her dependency on Ridge that felt off to me and bugged me. Being an RN I have trouble when things don’t add up how I know they should. But thats just me being picky! Maybe Someday is such perfection though and this felt not as refined. Still good though. I don’t know maybe it’s just because things didn’t as I had expected and I’m being cranky about it. I might change this review later? 🤷‍♀️

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Snoozefest

I really enjoyed Maybe Someday, but Maybe Now was really boring. No drama, no twists or turns. Took me a long time to finish the story because it really didn’t catch my interest too much.

Also, the guy who read Jake’s parts (Jonathan Ross) was awful. It sounded like he was reading a speech straight from a paper. The dialogue was terrible. It didn’t sound like he was talking to someone, it sounded like straight reading. I’ll have to make a note to not get any more audiobooks read by this guy.

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Disappointed- story never went anywhere.

Unfortunately I was left wanting much more after Maybe someday..I thought this book would focus on Maggie and tell her story and although you got diluted versions of it it was just not impactful to me. Too many conversations about nothing at all. Just didn’t arrive anywhere.

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Just as good as book 1

I have anxiously awaited this audible..... Maybe Someday is my favorite Audiobook so this one had high standards.... it lived up to book 1 ....loved it

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Not what I expected from Colleen

Colleen Hoover is my absolute favorite author.. but this book was not my fave. I think there was too much back story, whining and repeating of stuff. I’m still anxiously awaiting her next book!

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Easy read, but no real plot

Definitely a feel good book but there was very little conflict/plot. Just a story about ex’s becoming good friends with minimal drama. But it was a quick and easy listen.

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The worst

I wish I could return this. Horrible. The narrators were just awful. I have ten cavities from just the first few chapters, wish I could return it.

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No mention of Maggie’s Hearing aids and kinda boring

I would say don’t waste a credit on this one. It wasn’t bad but it wasn’t as good as the first either. I’d like to start off by saying that I was disappointed that there was no mention of Maggie’s hearing loss or hearing aids. My sister wears hearing aids and I was excited that this was Maggie’s POV and we would get another POV of a deaf/hoh character. But there was no mention at all of her hearing aids or hard of hearing traits. The first book had Maggie with a deaf accent but this one didn’t even touch on it. My sister said that Maggie having minor hearing loss, wearing hearing aids, and uses ASL is not realistic. So I guess it’s not surprising that the author didn’t even mention it. The book was fun in a sense that we got to hear from our characters again but it went by really fast and had no point or plot.

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Super cheesy

If you want a story that is too overly perfect and has no real drama then you’ll enjoy this. There was so much cheesy dialogue and story line I found myself rolling my eyes.
I love a good love story and romance but this was too much.
I did love the narrators.

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  • 05-14-20

Even better than the first book!

At first I was annoyed by Sydney's narrator... but after a while I didn't care that much. I quite like Sydney as a character but for me this book was more about Maggie. And I loved her parts. Ridge/Sydney romance was quite nice but nothing extraordinary has happened for them. Still I like that pairing. The best parts were Maggie's, as genuinely liked her as I got to know her more. Warren did not disappoint either being the goof of the group and still somehow helping them stick together. I even was fond of Bridget... weirdly enough.
Would recommend, enjoyable listen ;)

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  • Joyce MacBain
  • 12-29-19

Fabulous, one of the best books I've read !!!

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  • Yewande LS
  • 04-30-19

Love love this book!!!

I love love sequel to Maybe Someday. It was all I could have wished for and more. I hope Colleen Hoover writes yet another sequel to this. I will buy it in an instant

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-25-20

LOVED IT PERFECT ENDING FOR A PERFECT STORY

Maybe Someday, was a book that really affected me, It was a story that moved me, a story that made me realise the type of love I want in my own life. when I saw there was another book. Maybe Now. I was hesitant because I didn't want that perfect story to change because in my eyes it didn't even need anymore.
I was so so so happy I gave it a chance, this book was something I didn't even know I needed. a story that showed you life after the fairytail, that two people who truly love each other, can always make it through anything!
I'll forever this is story!