The characters were really well laid out and it was easy to fall in love with them individually. You wanted to be friends with them and you understood where they were coming from.
The book was written in the first person and it went back and forth between the two main character's perspectives. I didn't think I would like that, but I got used to it quickly and really started to enjoy that different format.
The storyline surrounded the main character's lives and their love interest in each other and there was never too much for the reader to grasp or take in. Sometimes authors take away from the romance by adding too much else, but Sydney Logan had a great mix. People's lives are complicated. They don't stop when love happens. And this book proved that beautifully.
I would definitely recommend others read this novel when it comes out and I look forward to being part of the blog tour to help spread the word!
As part of what I do as I review, I try to pick out at least one area I think the author could improve. As a reader, there is hardly ever a book that I find absolutely perfect. Part of that is because I am a writer myself, always looking to improve. Sydney writes very well and I have very little to say about her style etc. She's the real deal! The only thing I would even point out to her was one particular phrase that she used at least three times. The first time I read it, I actually thought, wow, what a cool way to say that! I can't remember the exact wording, but it was something to the effect of "ghosting her fingers across his face." It meant a light, meaningful touch. If it had been the same character who had done it again later, it would have been better. Since it was a phrase that stuck out to me, I noticed it later when someone else did it and then a third time when someone looked at someone else. Such a unique phrase stood out to me and I think it should have either only been used once or been attributed to just one character. A minor thing I picked out just to pick something out! :) Great work, Sydney!