Thursday, November 14, 2013
Jules has a different family. They own and run one of the popular restaurants in town that is at war with the other restaurants owner. The only problem is the Jules loves the son of the other family, and she is having visions of something terrible happening to them. As Jules deals with her hoarding, depressed father, helps run the restaurant, be a part of the family, and tries to figure out the scary visions she is having, she begins to drive herself crazy. If only she could find a way to prove that something bad is going to happen, and be able to tell Sawyer how she really feels and the hurt that she has.
This was a great teen read. I loved Jules and felt so connected and terrible for her. Living with a father that hoards and is depressed is very hard for her and her family, and they work really well together to avoid him and take care of each other. With the classic Romeo and Juliet theme, this book makes you wish for the best for Jules and Sawyer. I cannot wait to see what happens in the next book
I borrowed this from a friend