This is the second book I read by this author, after The Art of Us, which I absolutely loved, and I was wondering whether it would be as fantastic. Though I did not enjoy it as much, it’s still a very nice read. It was a bit long for me at times, and I thought Allison was a little obnoxious sometimes but I was nevertheless rooting for her (as if there were any doubt of a HEA) because she and Elena were so different and yet so good for each other.
The novel is well-written, with a lightness of heart I really liked, even on tough topics (being a foster kid, an unwanted pregnancy), which only makes the characters stronger.
If you’re looking for a romance between complex but good people, with wit and a good sense of humor, you’ve found it.
[…] plot is a rather traditional one, which reminded me of Popcorn Love by K. L. Hughes or Coming Home by KJ (still one of my favourite books), among others. What it lacks […]