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    Beautifully written, inspires and educates

    One of the most compelling reads I have experienced from CD Reiss. I began the read I was embarking on with a set impression that I had formed from Reiss’s previous works. What really took me aback was the overall sweetness of this read; I was in love with both Dash and Vivian. Vivian works as a librarian and currently lives with her aging father. She meets baseball player Dash during a field trip with a group of kids. Events transpire and she finds herself with Dash’s digits and a mission to recover a stolen glove. What she didn’t even begin to expect was that he was a layered kind of guy: one who reads and memorizes sonnets, and who has discovered that he likes the back-and-forth with the smart and well-read librarian. What really made this book for me was the revelation in Dash. He suffers from a common disorder and the sheer mental and emotional chaos that goes on in his mind is compelling as well as captivating. It’s portrayed as I have never seen it written before. I suspect that Reiss has a real grasp of this disorder. Surely she must. I found myself rereading his POV multiple times to form an understanding of what many must endure as a regular thought pattern. I feel like it takes a strong writer to pull this off in such a caring and profound way. As for the coupling, it’s a brilliant combination of Vivian’s road to self-discovery, Dash’s superstitions, and their unbelievable connection to each other. 5 STARS for a book that deviates from the norm and is a beautifully written book that not only titillates, but also inspires and educates.

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    Awesome

    I was very pleased with the story. I really enjoyed it. They made a great couple. Would recommend reading it. Had some great laughs too.

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