If you like holiday reads with a little angst mixed in, this is a great book. It’s a slow build, but once things start to move, it really picks up. The author does a good job of keeping you hooked by dropping bits of the situation with Austin’s family throughout the first half of the story, so you want to keep going to find out just what the situation is there. And once you do… oh the feels.
Being an ADHDer myself, there were many moments I related to Elijah’s struggles. And I loved that the author didn’t shove all that under the rug as the relationship developed. Both people recognized they still had things to work through to make the relationship all it could be, but they were willing to try.
Note: In case you missed it in the blurb, there are content warnings. Make sure you check those out before you dive in!
Overall, a great read!