This is definitely one of the best book i've read. And i could definitely say that i started the year with a BANG! since its one of the first books i've read as the year enters and i'm definitely happy about it
definitely not dissapointed!
The past two years have been a struggle for Finley Sinclair as she face the death of his brother, Will on the hands of the terrorists. In a way to fix her life she decided to head to Ireland to finish her senior year and follow her borther's footsteps. Equipped with her brother's journal she hopes to find what she has been missing all along. But from the moment she boards the plane and met Beckett Rush everything just seems to be more complicated but sparks flew instantly between them. Their first encounter was really funny but lovely at the same time. Since then i knew they would really have a good chemistry. But as the story goes, their friendship begins to blur, they both have to figure out what it means to be who you truly are and to live a life that has meaning. Along the way she also meet some interesting people who help her to see that sometimes, trusting and releasing control is the only way to be able to truly hear God.
In all, it was a well written book, the story flows smoothly and the characters are very relatable because they are full of flaws and real life drama. It was also a very clean book with no unintentional innuendos yet it has plenty of romantic tension between them. This is a great story for those who wants to feel inspired with life. It is about love, loss, forgiveness and healing. RECOMMENDED! :)