Dani can’t wait for senior year at college. A straight-A
scholar whose anxiety is a daily struggle, being awkward, introverted, and studious has
become a way of life. She vows this year will be different. It’s time to move beyond her
comfort zone, but that’s not easy.
Dani’s wild roommate and handsome best friend hate each other; her crazy family
won’t leave her alone; and a new job forces her to be social. Unfortunately, when
college romance finally calls, Dani is unable to answer thanks to a stalker who has her
all tied up.
Can she stay alive long enough to find love and graduate?
This was a very interesting read that I enjoyed. The main character is similar to how I am so it was easy to connect with her.
There were brief times where I had a hard time following along but I think that’s because my brain’s been fogged up by my schoolwork as of late. It actually took me longer to finish this book because I was busy working on all of that.
I liked how anxiety was explored in this and how accurately it was described. It’s taken me years to figure out what it was that I experience often only I’ve never been to a therapist like Dani has. I just try to deal with it as much as I can on my own. It’s strange because from January to June of this year, I didn’t really deal with anxiety at all and it was such a wonderful feeling. I wish I could go back to that time period.
Anyway, back to the book, Lisa wrote this wonderfully and I loved how quickly I breezed through it. If a book keeps my attention for long periods of time, that’s always a wonderful sign!
I do have to be honest and say that I had suspected two people of possibly being Dani’s stalker but never the person that it ended up being!
The ending felt slightly open ended to me but I still enjoyed it nonetheless! I feel like I need a sequel to this one with the Dani and the other character at the end so that I can swoon!
I received an e-copy of this from XPresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.
Lisa Acerbo is a high school teacher and adjunct faculty at the University of
Phoenix. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, daughters, two dogs, and horse.
When not writing, she mountain bikes, hikes, and tries to pursue some type of further