Reviewed by Melanie on April 5, 2017
I honestly don’t know where to begin. This book was an emotional roller coaster, jerking me through highs and lows and ending beautifully.
Jax, trying to live outside his brothers’ shadows, away from their fame and fanatics ends up shipped to a farm in Idaho to stay with his Aunt Betty.
Sivan, tragic loss, followed by crappy foster homes, and finally placed on a farm in Idaho, with you guessed it, Jax’s Aunt Betty.
While predictable throughout the book, I truly enjoyed the story and the dialogue. From holding my sides from laughing to gripping a box of tissues with tears streaming down my face, this book did what I love for books to do, it gripped my emotions. I was sucked in from the first chapter and couldn’t put it down.
I’m rating the story as four stars because from the beginning it was pretty easy to tell where the story was headed. Overall, I’ll probably read this book again when I need to be put through the emotional gamut, and will be picking up a physical copy for myself.