So, I honestly couldn't decide whether or not to give this book a five, but after reading the ending, I thought I might as well. This book, despite a couple parts, small ones, which seemed to drag on slightly, was phenomenal. I mean, it had everything I absolutely love in a romance and then some. The main character, Lizzie, was so relatable to me, and I just rooted for her the entire time. And Thomas, well, he brought a huge smile to my face quite a few times. Both of them just felt so right together, and for me that is a big deal, because I have read plenty of books where the characters just don't seem to have a spark but still end up as a couple. It's just not right. But these two definitely did not have that problem.
I think what I love most about this story is that Lizzie love for London is so similar to my own love for Ireland. I've never been there, but I feel a connection to it, like I've either been there in a past life or am going there in the future. I feel like it is my one true home, like it is a part of me, part of my soul. It is an indescribable feeling, and one that I hope pans out to me living there someday.
As for the rest of this series, I am absolutely going to read the other books. I have to know that Thomas and Lizzie are going to be okay. That all their dreams will become realities, and that their love will continue to flourish.