Olivia and Aiden have good lives. Olivia has a boyfriend she loves and friends she cares about, but all of that is about to be ripped away when her aunt drops a bombshell that they need to move, leaving behind everything she cares about.
Aiden loves baseball. It's his life. But how can he still play when he's losing his vision? No one understands why he quits the team so he plans to hide out working at his parents tourist shop all summer. He just never expected Olivia to get a job there as well. And he certainly didn't expect to fall for a girl he definitely couldn't have.
What I loved: Just about everything. The relationship between Aiden and Olivia is just so real. They're surrounded by good people who support them. The best part is, they act like teenagers while still showing maturity I love to see in YA books. There is something very heartwarming about this story. It's well-written and engaging with a nostalgic feel of summer vacations.
What was just okay:
I hated Olivia's lying, but I also understood it.
A stay-up-all-night kind of read about two kids figuring out who they are that'll leave you smiling long after the last page is turned.