Macy Sorenson’s mom dies when she is 11. She and her father buy a house in northern California and use it for a vacation home. Their first day at the house, Macy meets Elliot. Elliot is her age and loves to read, which she does as well. They form a close friendship. They eventually start dating, but their relationship is derailed by a mistake and a misunderstanding.
Fast forward 11 years. Macy, a doctor, runs into Elliot at a coffee shop in San Francisco. Despite being engaged, Macy ends up wondering if she and Elliot can rekindle their relationship. Macy realizes that Elliot is her “one”.
This book is the story of second chances and first love. I really, really liked this book. I read it in two days and absorbed every word. Some people might think it cheesy and predictable, but I thought it was lovely.
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