**Copy provided by author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**
Well, I wasn't super impressed with this one. There wasn't anything super wrong with it...it was just a bit boring.
It was well-written, and cute, but just too much like all the others out there. There wasn't anything that made it stand out in my mind.
Now that's not to say I didn't enjoy it. I liked some of the twists that this book took. Nolan and Hailey both go through a long and painful healing process. And, for most of the book, they help each other, are there for each other, that type of thing.
Nolan's story had me connecting with him much easier than Hailey. I'm not sure why, but I felt like his was more real I guess (not to mention unbelievably heartbreaking). Either way, I liked him much more than the rest of the characters in the book.
But there was a lot of no communicating between two people who were wholly in love with each other.
Overall it was a good book, and it was quick to read, so I will continue on with the series. The side characters in here were good, and I hope they get their own stories.