This book had me hooked from the beginning. Jody can’t hold down a job, is unfocused and lacks drive – as her family keeps reminding her. Once again she is unemployed, and when her grandma needs someone to help she’s reluctant to go, thinking she’ll only mess it up as usual. However, once away from her family she has the chance to thrive.
Adam had spent his whole life in Clover Bay and has no intentions of ever leaving. He isn’t sure what to make of Jody, but he’s sure nothing can happen as she isn’t staying for long.
As Jody and Adam strike up a friendship, they start to push each others self imposed boundaries, urging and supporting the other to try something new and live a little differently.
I loved how these two helped each other out and really supported each other. Adam was a total sweetheart, always there to help and support anyone who needed him. Leaving her family was the best thing for Jody as I don’t think she realised how much they influenced her work attitude.
I really enjoyed the ending, it was perfect for these two and the epilogue was so sweet.
Reviewed by @MrsR