The narrative had a tendency to skip around quite a lot in terms of timeline and it was occasionally unclear *when* the narrative was until a paragraph or two into the new flashback. This annoyed me enough that it started interfering with my enjoyment of the book. I likely would have enjoyed reading the book more if the Kindle ebook version didn't also contain some fairly terrible formatting issues including wrong italics (which the author uses for characters' thoughts but sometimes got mixed up with overall narration), half doubled-up sentences at times, and word placement errors.
Overall, the story was decent, though not super compelling. The ending was a chunk more cheesy than I had hoped it would be, but oh well. Not a terrible book, but not something I'm likely to reread.
A wonderful book, especially for mom's with teen boys. Very heartfelt storyline :D
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