I really enjoyed this book!
Hannah’s summer plans changed when her boyfriend Nate broke up with her because they have nothing in common. He loves K-pop and K-dramas and Hannah isn’t into them at all. It’s ironic (as everyone feels the need to point out to Hannah) that her family actually is Korean and she knows the least about all the mainstream Korean entertainment that’s become popular in the US in recent years.
What’s really ironic and that no one knows about? Hannah’s childhood best friend actually lives in Korea and is an incredibly popular actor on a K-drama. It broke Hannah’s heart when Jacob left suddenly 4 years ago and they lost touch.
Hannah feels like everyone leaves her.
First her dad moved to Singapore, then Jacob left for Korea and Hannah’s sister moved to another state. She feels afraid to get close to anyone. And she feels some resentment too.
When Jacob comes back to town for a visit, and a much needed break from acting, his family all stats with Hannah’s family.
At first Hannah is ticked.
Then Jacob finds a way to get her to spend time with him.
It doesn’t take long for them to reconnect but now they have new obstacles in their way.
I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was very well written and really liked the characters too.
I got an early ebook edition from NetGalley and also managed to win an arc of the book from Goodreads. Thanks!