Louisa Clark lives an uneventful life until she loses her job in the cafe she worked in for years. Now, desperate for work, she signs on to be a caretaker for a quadriplegic man.
What neither can anticipate is how big of an impact they will have on each other. Neither of their lives will ever be the same.
This book is so different than what I normally read but I really enjoyed it. I’m not gonna lie, I saw the ending coming the whole time. It’s not really hard to predict but you’re rooting for it not to happen throughout the entire book. It was the right combination of fun, heartwarming, and heartbreaking to make it a very good book.
Sorry for such a short review but I don’t have much else to say about it. It’s not a book I feel like I can talk about without giving away too much of what goes on. There is a controversial topic in it that I thought was really brave to write about but that’s the last I’ll say on the topic.
Next review: Private Games by James Patterson