Recalling my darkest day is as simple as typing a few search terms into a web browser. It only took thirty minutes for me to become the center of a media frenzy that caught the attention of an entire country.So I hid.
Nine months later and I'm getting better. Moved two hours from home, landed my dream job, and met a delicious new guy.
Healing is that simple, right?
With an intriguing synopsis like that, it's no wonder I requested this book. It's not a really light read, because there are some heavy emotions and scenes emotion-wise. Tragedy and almost PTSD symptoms, mixed in with some lighter stuff, this is a contemporary romance, so there were some pretty nice moments like sand messages and dates.
The characters were likeable and the buildup was pretty good, the main character Zoe was a bit wishy-washy but mostly that was because of her trauma. Miles, the love interest was sweet, yet manly when he "saw red" however at the ending I was ready to deck him, and I was ready to deck her twice, first time after the "red" and second after Miles when nutso. I'm not a fan of the see something or do something then freak out and run, when everything can be resolved by a few simple words, but I guess understandable with the plot.
This is first in a series of books, the next book seems to be about Zoes brother and her best friend, so you can read them in a standalone setting, no cliffhangers in this one! *cheer*
I enjoyed the book, read it pretty quickly, and it was easy to follow along with, I recommend it:)