Always You by Kirsty Moseley

Always You

By Kirsty Moseley

  • Release Date: 2012-10-31
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
From 1,468 Ratings
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Clay Preston is the most desirable guy in school, and boy does he know it!

Movie star looks paired with a quarterback’s body, he’s every girl’s dream guy–but not mine. To me, he’s simply my best friend, the one who has been there as far back as I can remember.

Our relationship has always been easy, playful and affectionate, but after one lost bet, and one payment in the form of a kiss, the dynamic of everything changes…

Note: Always You is book one in the Best Friend series; however, it is a standalone novel with a complete ending.


"It was one hell of a ride, with all the possible bumps and surprises you somehow didn't see coming." - Book Freak Blog

"The book had plenty of unexpected twists and turns! Which were all very dramatic. It was definitely a page turner! -- Keep Calm and Read a Book Blog

"I'm forever being told that I'm a sop when it comes to love stories and this story did nothing to help my cause - if anything, it made me more of a sop! The writing was amazing and portrayed a fantastic relationship full of love and affection. I thought it was a fab idea to tell some of the story from Clay's perspective and what a great perspective - he dotes on Riley - he could teach my fiancé a thing or two! - Fairy Tale Ending Book Review

"A Must Read" - Book Reader Chronicles

"Fan-flipping-tastic... The first time I read this, I finished it in one sitting and I really liked it. But when I read it again, taking a couple days to finish it, I liked it even more than I did the first time." - All My Friends Are Books Blog


  • Good light read.

    By mandabrown
    Although I'm an adult, I quite enjoy reading young adult novels as I find adult novels can be pretty heavy and often deal wth tragic issues which to me personally don't make for enjoyable escapist reading material. I won't put any spoilers here (unlike other reviews!), though this book did deal with some heavy stuff, to be honest the whole novel was too far fetched and unrealistic to make it disturbing. I suspect Clay was written to be a bit of an Edward Cullen type heartthrob (too perfect to be true in reality - aside from being a complete sl*t, which is apparently okay because he's male) but I liked the two main characters none the less. It had a few spelling and grammatical errors which were distracting and it was fairly predictable (though I genuinely didn't know which way the end would go). Overall I recommend for anyone who enjoys some light, fun romance reading and isn't too concerned with originality and cliches and is happy to overlook what a realistic teenage relationship and life looks like.
  • I want those hours back!

    By Bubbadoll
    I wasted so much time reading this poorly written (structurally and grammatically) book, that I want those missing hours back! The plot was RIDICULOUS and typical of what a 16 year old girl would fantasise about - an illogical and unbelievable plot line that had me groaning every time the protagonists 'got lucky'. The only thing missing was them winning the lotto and Miss Universe for God's sake! The dialogue and inner monologue was so unrealistic I rolled more times than I blinked while reading this!
  • Disappointed

    By Allyhun
    Didn't finish the book...
  • Fantastic romantic book

    By Marimeko2013
    Wow, Kirsty Moseley is truly amazing author. She is my favorite at the moment. This book was so beautifully written. Great characters, fantastic storyline, a lot of books lack the ability to capture the reader the first 2 pages. I just couldn't put this book down. It will make you smile, cry, cringe, laugh and be in such a awe. I highly recommend it.
  • Awesome!!

    By KL 75
    This story did what it was supposed to do... Take you away from reality!! I loved it !!! Keep up the awesome work!!!
  • Okay

    By Chips crazy
    This book is pretty good but i didn’t enjoy it. It’s quite confusing. Two best friends who kiss each other and hug each other. That’s weird! Then they have an off and on relationship which confusing. Then they get engaged while being drunk. It’s simply too much. But i do reccomend you read it to see if YOU like it.
  • Why bother.

    By jadaaamoss
    This book honestly had so mcuh potential, i thought it was going to be great until the author started writing the story with a mindset of a 11 year old harpy school girl. After a couple of chapters she just ruined the storyline and made everything seem like some pathetic story. I swallowed my pride and finished the book and honestly i dont know why i bothered. Huge dissapointment, don’t waste your time with it.
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  • Surprisingly Good

    By Rachy_Q
    Thought would be a teen book but I was wrong. Although it was a bit far fetched it was a good read. I laughed, I got emotional and I cried. Yep not often a book makes me teary but this one did. Interesting characters and good humour. It's made me go looking for other books written by Kirsty. I was hooked from start to finish.

    By SDyan_8291
    I've already read the book twice and I'm sure I'll read it again throughout the week! The book was fabulously written and all the twist and turns meant I couldn't put it down! Thankyou so much Kirsty 💕💕