How did I get it? It was sent to me for review.
Can the best thing happen at the worst time?
Her dad went crazy. Her mom left town. She has bills to pay and a little sister to look after. Now is not the time for level-headed seventeen-year-old Lucille to fall in love. But love—messy, inconvenient love—is what she’s about to experience when she falls for Digby Jones, her best friend’s brother. With blazing longing that builds to a fever pitch.
This book was amazing. Absolutley splendiferous. I sped through it unable to put it down.
It was just about a normal girl, no superhero or a girl fighting a life threatening illness just a girl with bills to pay.
The easy effortless writing style.
The humourous one liners and jokes.
The eclectic mix of characters from Eden to her Dad.
The realistical events that happened to her. The realness of the world.
I loved the nice neighbours that helped Lucille.
I hope to cheesy cheese that there will be a sequel!
I sometimes found Lucille to be a bit whiny and that just makes it hard to read at places.
I hated her parents, they were just so unloving and messed up.
“Music carries the weight of being human, takes it away so you don’t have to think at all, you just have to listen. Music tells every story there is.”
“Just because the crack doesn’t show doesn’t mean it’s not there.”
I give this book 4/5 stars and recommend you read it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐/⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐