a good solid3 stars

As I Am - Melissa  Collins
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. I thought I was getting over the first person/multi point of view thing, you know, but it appears that I still prefer to LISTEN to first person books than READ them. That said, I enjoyed this, mostly. It's not a difficult, complicated read. It's quite emotional in places, Chase has to deal with the aftermath of his parents death, bringing up his younger brother in the best way he can. Noah is dealing with the aftermath of that too, but in a very different way. It's sexy in places, and inspiring in other, Chase's brother has a wise head on his 17 year shoulders. It just didn't blow me away. It was a nice book, that is the best word I can come with, and ya'll know how much I hate using the N word! It's told from both men's point of view, and the story flows well. I just didn't love it. 3 good stars **same worded review will appear elsewhere**