Seventeen-year-old Sadie Bell has this late spring in order: She’s going to become friends with the cool young ladies at her school. She’s going to bond with her non-attendant father, a celebrated craftsman, and inspire him with her photography abilities. Also, she’s at last going to get over Noah, the swoony more established person who was her first error.
Sadie wasn’t depending on meeting Sam, an entertaining and free-thinking kid who makes her question every last bit of her objectives. In any case, even after a late spring of talking, touching, and sharing insider facts, Sam says he simply needs to be companions. What’s more, when those Sadie thinks about most hurt her, Sam’s fellowship may not be sufficient. Sadie can see the world through her camera, however would she be able to see the general population who have cherished and bolstered her from the beginning?
Set against an exciting New York City background, this transitioning sentiment is an exquisite summer read—one whose characters will stay with you long into the fall.