Sophia is frustrated but the scenery made things seem a little better. Trevor shows the reader right from the start how he fits into this series. These two make me a little melancholy because taking a vacation is a thing of the past for a little while. On the plus side, this author lets me travel along with her characters.
This author had my mind going in so many directions. There were times that I felt sorry for Sophia. Then there were times where I felt sorry for Trevor. And then there were times that I thought that Trevor was too good for Sophia. That was the most surprising especially because of my thoughts when I first met him. As we get to know Sophia, she gave me vibes of a snob with issues.
Our author surprised me. I was more interested in getting to know the male character and felt that the female character was dragging her story down. When I first started the book, I thought the opposite was going to be true. There were times when I felt that she was self-absorbed and always found a way to feel sorry for herself. It was hard to find any redeeming qualities that would have me wanting to be her friend. She also made me glad that this was a short read because I’d had enough of her company. Even when I finished the story, I thought Trevor could do better. My other surprise was that it was Trevor that kept me interested in the book and why I gave it the star rating I did.