My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Typically Fisher is an author that can be depended upon to deliver the complete package in her novels. I found the scenery descriptions to be so well written I could close my eyes and envision them. I enjoyed the diary entries and the lead male character. I wasn’t sold on Phoebe, however. I’m not completely set on feeling that she wasn’t fully developed, just that she didn’t come across as a full character. Instead, she felt rather immature and difficult to relate to. This took away a chunk of enjoyment for me and thus only earning three stars. Otherwise, this is an enjoyable story and definitely clean and well-told. Overall, if you can just take Phoebe as she is, it’s a worthwhile read. I received an ARC through Revell in exchange for my honest opinion.