Overall, this is a gentle coming-of-age story with no real surprises. It was fairly predictable, but that’s fine, it was right for this story. There was some mild angst, they are teenagers after all, but in the end everything got tied up in a neat little bow. It felt a little unbelievable that absolutely everything fell into place with no effort, despite all the obstacles that had been set up previously. They weren’t overcome, they just suddenly fell away. While I’m all for HEA’s, I prefer mine with a little more realism. For me, the biggest problem I had with this book was the voices of the main characters. They felt like those of fifteen or sixteen year olds rather than the eighteen year olds they are meant to be.
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