The Possibility of Now
I liked this story but I don’t think it’s all that memorable. The characters to me were flat and at times a bit stilted. For the most part, I was entertained and that’s all that matters. Mara is that girl whose a perfectionist, the valedictorian, and the one you could always count on to be put together. Until the one moment everything changed and she wasn’t as well put together as everything may have thought. She needs a break from her current life. Fortunately, she’s able to stay with her estranged father who lives in a ski town. The moment Mara arrives, she realizes that it’s going to be a long two months recovering. That is until she meets some new friends and potential boyfriend material guys, that Mara tries to heal.
The story in hindsight, sounds like a good one but somewhere along the way, some of the magic was lost. Would I recommend this? Absolutely! It’s romantic and cute at times; that’s what kept me reading. Plus I liked reading about Mara trying to mend her relationship with her biological father. Their relationship was a little but rough and awkward at first, but I think the author did well in transitioning everything realistically. In the end, I definitely enjoyed the book and appreciated the scenery the author gave to us. It made me want to go some place where it;s all snowy and cold!
Overall, if you’re looking for a sweet contemporary romance that requires no thinking, don’t hesitate to pick this one up!
|Page Count||304 pages|
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