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on 8 November 2013
This book was really lovely. Really easy to read, never confusing the way it went back and forth between Amy and Zach. I loved how the author remembered to use different terms for things like being a Brit Amy would say car park and American Zach would say parking lot. Their relationship was really sweet, I think most people are craving relationships like this. Amy could be slightly annoying though, the way she was with her family grated on me slightly. Zach was probably pretty much perfect though, even his big secret wasn't enough to change my thoughts on him. I already kind of guessed that was his secret and to be honest I don't think it was that big of a deal, only the fact he hadn't said anything. But even though I wasn't shocked by his secret and Amy grated on my sometimes I still really enjoyed this book, so much so that I bought this authors other book Izzy's Cold Feet and i'm really looking forward to reading that too. I'm glad to have found this author and I look forward to her future books.
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