When Hannah meets Sonny, she’s irresistibly drawn to him: he’s sexy and confident, but only in town on holiday. That’s fine with Hannah – she doesn’t do long-term relationships. And luckily for her, neither does Sonny. But before they can even so much as kiss, Sonny receives some shocking news and commits to making serious life changes – ones that can’t and won’t include romance.
With even a short fling now off the cards, Hannah and Sonny settle for being friends. But as summer hots up and their chemistry shows no signs of cooling, they start to question their reasons for shutting each other out.
Are they both too broken to find love? And if they tear down the walls between them, will they still like what’s on the other side?
Hannah meets Sonny at her place of work, as a customer. Soon enough he’s basically next door to her and the story begins to unfold as friendships develop.
I love how novels start off where you meet new people and shortly friendships are formed like we are with them in this journey and I find that so exciting to watch it unfold.
This novel was different to Toon’s other novels which made it refreshing. I love how it wasn’t a love triangle type based novel as the ones in the past had the same sort of plot.
In this one they had things to overcome, both of them that is. A lot of self development which was the main focus in this read alongside the love aspect.