The Trouble with Paper Planes by Amanda Dick
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The first part of this book is written in Heaths POV which is quite a way into the book. You learn of his love, his lost love, and his tragedies, hes not had the best of times but hes a good guy, hes a nice guy.
Then the secound part is written in Maia’s POV the girl who is familiar, who looks a lot like his love. But she is, or isn't she?
If she isn't, can Maia’s fix his broken heart and they move forward.
This is a lovely story, full of emotion and the ending is not at all conventional, which again makes this a very good 'romance'.
I say that word "romance" lightly because although it technically it is, its not soppy, and its not predictable.
My thanks to the author for this book, I enjoyed it very much.
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