Freddie, Lydia’s sister, Lydia’s brother in law, Lydia’s mother
I’m not sure I’d agree with the blurb and say this book is thrilling and I barely think it’s romance. It was unfortunately just an okay read for me. I shouldn’t say unfortunately because okay is not bad it just wasn’t amazing. Lydia’s grief is palpable and her desire to visit a world where her fiance, Freddie, still exist is understandable. The realization that reality has changed her is one of the most important points in the story and letting go of that world while difficult was also necessary. I feel like her romance with Jonah was barely a thing, especially since she spent most of the book not wanting to talk to him.
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