First, I want to thank the author for sending me a free copy of this book.
It took me some time to finally read it, because I wanted to wait til the second part of the story was released. Finally I decided to view this as a stand-alone and just started reading:) Overall it was a nice read. Nevertheless I had some problems with the repetitiveness of sentences and I was rather astonished to learn at about 92% that Justin had a twelve-year-old sister, unless I missed that somehow? The families of both were strangely absent, although several times they specifically drove to visit them, and the constantly changing POVs made it difficult to follow the story.
I wanted to like it more, but I have to stick to 3 stars.