This was a really festive, heartfelt Christmas road trip of two childhood friends reconnecting. And I really couldn't have picked a worse time to read it. Because it is absolute chaos here with the school year winding up, Christmas approaching and basketball tournaments happening. All I wanted was to sit down in a quiet room and let this story wrap around me like a warm scarf.

 

So after struggling to find any time to read and being only 50 percent in and dying to see where this journey was going to take us. I ended up locking myself in the room where I got so lost in the story, I couldn't put it down.

 

Crew and Hazel were on this amazing trip through the German countryside and I was right there with them. Until I was slapped so hard by the feels. Seriously Meghan made me feel every emotion and I was reading this with tears streaming down my face. Then I was laughing or rejoicing and thought I had myself back under control and then nope more tears.

 

And as a fan of Meghan's writing, I have read a heap of her college sports books and loved the lighthearted, humorous style. But the emotions in this made this story epic and I wasn't expecting it to hit me so hard. Although that might just be me being a huge, premenstrual mess too.

 

Regardless of the reasons for it the emotions in this book were awesome and I loved every part of it. Even if real life did make it hard for me to get into it. This series is so great and I can't wait to get my hands on the next one.

 

 

 

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