I don't even know how to talk about this book. It's everything I didn't know I needed. It mostly takes place in Michigan (where I live), it's in a bookstore, it goes into the worlds authors create and what they mean to readers, and deals with grief in such a complex and beautiful way. What more could you want?? I cried so much. Let's get to the review!->
Ok, let's start with a disclosure: I have a love-hate relationship with Christina Lauren. I love one book and then the next one comes out and I'm like meh or I hate one of the characters. I think I was the only one that was just meh about The Unhoneymooners (HE DIDN'T TRUST HER!!!). And that pattern seems to be continuing because since I didn't like their last book, I LOVED THIS ONE.