Emotional and thought-provoking.
Ronnie Miller is a troubled seventeen going on eighteen year-old who spends the summer along with her brother, with her dad whom she chose to stay away from for three years. There, her life changes forever; a new love, the true meaning of forgiveness, the exploration of prejudice and people who we call “friends” are well written in this book.
Ronnie was an interesting character, confused in a delightful way. I got to see her mature through the eyes of her dad and see her find love again in hers and Will’s perspectives.
I’m usually not a fan of romance novels, I initially thought this was going to be cheesy and….corny? But it wasn’t all about the romance. It was actually an exploration of life.
The romance was well built up, not too rushed and doesn’t go into a too serious one either.
I can’t say much, I read this over a span of 4 months, but its worth a read, a break from high fantasy books.