My thoughts are kind of scattered as I'm trying to make this review. It was okay while I was reading it, but it didn't really leave a mark. It was just one of those books that kind of fleet by and bound to be forgotten soon.
Two main characters, two voices. Charlie never fit in, doesn't stand for herself, and doesn't have friends. Rose wanted to live the small town and follow her dreams in the city. Both have their longings, and they finally get it that summer. The author used simplistic language in narrating the story and it was easy to follow. The progress of the characters were great, because they both resolved issues, leaving them both happy. Yay for happy endings. What I liked in this story was about imperfections; there is no such thing as a perfect life. But you have to go past these, conquer your fears, and things will work out.
It was okay while it lasted. To be honest, whatever I read is slowly slipping out of my mind. Ooops.