If fate sent you an email, would you answer?
It's June - seventeen-year-old Ellie O'Neill's least favourite time of year. Her tiny hometown is annually invaded by tourists, and this year there's the added inconvenience of a film crew. Even the arrival of Hollywood heartthrob Graham Larkin can't lift her mood.
But there is something making Ellie very happy. Ever since an email was accidentally sent to her a few months ago, she's been corresponding with a mysterious stranger, the two of them sharing their hopes and fears. Their developing relationship is not without its secrets though - there's the truth about Ellie's past... and her pen pal's real identity. When they finally meet in person, things are destined to get much more complicated. Can two people, worlds apart but brought together by chance, make it against all the odds?
I give it - 4/5
My review - I really enjoyed this story. It was such a nice little read.
I read this in one sitting. I enjoyed it from the very first chapter.
I really liked the characters, Ellie and Graham. They where two different characters who had a lot more in common they they thought. I really loved their chemistry and they sort of just clicked it was lovely to read.
I think Ellie was so likeable from the very first chapter. There was nothing I didn't like about her. Her character was just a great female lead and she was so down to earth it was really great to read. The same goes for Graham, he was really likeable and my heart went out to him a few times when he talked or thought about his parents and he was such a lovely character.
I really wish there was some sort of future take showing what happened to these two as I would love to know.
It was a really enjoyable story and I can't wait to read more from Jennifer. I think she's such a good author and I adore her writing technique.