Review: Hey Sunshine by Tia Giacalone

25392676Hey Sunshine by Tia Giacalone

Published April 1st 2015

Avery Kent knows that life can change in an instant: one second you’re on your way out of small-town life, the next you’re left heartbroken and stunned when your thrill-seeking high school boyfriend runs off in pursuit of a potentially dangerous dream.

Four years later, everything is different. When Chase returns, admitting he made a mistake and asking for a second chance, Avery wants to think she can trust him again.

But when the arrival of a handsome, quiet stranger named Fox shifts Avery’s focus, she realizes that things are about to get a lot more complicated.

When is a lot of history enough reason for a future? And how do you ignore the way someone makes you feel, especially when they were the last thing you ever expected?
I didn’t read any reviews at all before starting Hey Sunshine and I didn’t really know what it was about so I had no idea what to expect. However, I could have never been prepared by how much I would love this book.

The first 15 pages kind of had me unsure but holy crap, once this book got going, it was full speed ahead. I loved this book this so, so much. I put off writing a review for a whole week because I just can’t say any coherent thoughts.

I loved the characters so much. They’re believable and flawed and so wonderful. Avery was so awesome! She didn’t take any crap and she would call people out on their actions. She was one of the best written NA characters I’ve ever read about.
I could go on and on about Fox. He was so good but he also wasn’t over the top perfect. He seemed very real and believable.

Overall, I loved this book so, so much. As soon as I finished it, I wanted to reread it. I loved the plot and the characters. The writing was amazing. I could gush about this book forever. Not only is this book one of my favorites of 2015, it’s one of my new all time favorites. I highly, highly recommend getting this book.

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*Sent to me by author in exchange for an honest review*

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