Thank you Penny Reid for making Janie stand out in a sea of female characters. She is unique and she owns it. The story starts off with a horrible day for Janie. How she handles is what is truly amazing. She doesn’t mope or whine but rather she makes plans.
Quinn Sullivan is the male character lead. I might have developed a slight crush on him but that’s okay. He appreciates Janie for how she is and does not try to change her.
The next thing that I loved about this book was the female friends that Janie had in a knitting group. They weren’t catty or backstabbing but they were legit friends or almost like a family. Strong female friendships need to exist more in books. This story had it all funny one liners, strong characters, love, action, deception, and betrayal.
I will recommend this book to others. I give it 5/5 Platypires.