what a journey
Told from Leah's pov her life story with Carter how they become childhood friends, how she admired and watched him from afare,her journey into unrequited love.
It tugs on the heartstring, its beautifully written in the way that has you aching for the character in their times of need and happy in their joyous moments.
This is part one of this journey and a journey you will want to see to the end.
This book reminded me of Kyland and if you've read that you will understand the kind of emotional roller coaster it takes you on.
It's not full of dramas, just a whole lot of feelings,words from the heart told from the pov of a girl who grew up in a trailer park were the only future looming was being pimped out by her uncle until Carter,hero,life saver and best friend does what he always does and becomes Leah's rescuer.
Sounds like a fairy tale but lifes not a fairy tail for Leah but I guess we'll only find out in book 2 won't we?