This book switches between the points of view of Emmitt and Annie, the two main characters, and I love that I get both of their perspectives. The overall story itself is very sweet and the perfect combination of Rom-Com feel good-ness that everyone needs.
I did have a hard time with Clark. I understand his place in the story but the dynamic between Annie and Clark was very hard for me. It definitely wasn’t something that I felt to be believable. And I know, it’s a book, but it still needs to feel realistic for me. This book has so many different relationships in it that everyone can find a part of themselves in the book. Widowed, single-parent, angry teenager, stepparent, there’s a family dynamic for everyone.