Customer Review

Reviewed in Canada on October 12, 2021
Angst, sexual tension on the precipice of exploding, and emotionally damaging pasts that lead to brooding teenagers… This book is the perfect blend of anguish and self discovery. I loved every single minute of it. It captured me from the start and didn’t let go even well after I finished.

What starts out as a school pen pal mixup from unique names turns into a year long friendship through letters in the mail. These two have only ever communicated through written words, yet somehow created a bond that could never be broken… until one night it is broken. When Misha stops writing, Ryen is slowly losing it. Trying to adjust to a life without her letters is a difficult road, and no matter what happens with others in her life, she can never stop thinking of Misha. Misha has been scarred and has to work through his issues. He doesn’t have time to deal with Ryen, yet somehow keeps finding himself around her and it’s hard to stay away…

Can these two figure everything out going on with themselves, each other, and the other factors all around them? Every time I thought I figured things out in the book, another twist came. I was on my toes the whole time, it’s one of the books I was up at 2am reading because I. Couldn’t. Put. It. Down. I need to own a copy of this book, it’s getting added to the TBBL.
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