This was a hard book for me to get through. It started out rough and I couldn’t understand Willow’s motivations throughout the book. It was difficult to follow her thoughts, but I can understand it, in a way. As hard as it was for me to follow, I think it may have been done deliberately, so readers could truly understand how jumbled her mind was.
It started to get better as Willow started to find more focus and bring the life back into her world. Guy forces her to confront the truth, and makes her feel like she is worth more than the space she takes up. He makes her feel like she is more than just the accident that made her lose her parents.
It was tough to start, but if you can get past that, you’ll enjoy the book as a whole.