Aurora De La Torre knows moving back to a place that was once home isn’t going to be easy. Starting your whole life over probably isn’t supposed to be. But a small town in the mountains might be the perfect remedy for a broken heart. And checking out her landlord, across the driveway, just might cure it too.
I knew I was going to love this book because I love everything Mariana Zapata writes. The queen of slow burn did it again. This book was incredible. I loved the characters, the story, just everything. I laughed and then cried and swooned and then laughed some more. Rhodes was an amazing love interest. Aurora (I mean the name alone, am I right?) was the type of character I could see myself in.
This book was a slow burn, and you didn’t even realize the extent of the characters feelings for each other until they admit it themselves. As long as this book was I would have been happy to read another 100 pages. I don’t know why I waited so long to read this, but I’m so glad I finally did.
“The people we lose take a part of us with them, but they leave a part of themselves with us too.”
“I found a place where I belong. A place with love that feels like home again.”