So let me simply tell you, that there is a very pressing social issue in it. Maybe even more than one – it depends on how define those issues.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
The portrayed therapy is a huge bonus point to me, because therapy sessions aren’t that often portrayed in books.
But it’s not only pain you’ll be feeling. There’ll be rage at society in general, hopelessness, sadness, and happiness as well.
Are there some things you want to read about more often in books?
I simply devoured this book without noticing how time flew by.
Seriously, just read it. You get healthy relationships, slow building, cute romance,…
I have dreaded writing this review so much. But like I said in the beginning, I’m all for honest reviews.
But then. Oh but then. I really loved the dynamic between Tonya and Haley.
I love how they both talk about this though. Communication is so damn important in every relationship.
And I thought I still do, but… somehow I don’t anymore.