I love it when I can read a story like theirs and get that swoon "teen romance" feeling. I totally got that with Mia and Adam, especially in the second book when they rekindled the magic they had. But, what I really liked about this duo, is the fact that the first book was through Mia's point of view and the second was through Adam's. I understand why and I think it really worked. It's nice when you can see into the head of more than one character, especially when dealing with the kind of tragic event they both had. I was glad to see their story blossom.
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