Author: Erin Fletcher

Average Rating: 4

Mini-Review: Where You’ll Find Me by Erin Fl..

Posted 18 February, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Mini-Review: Where You’ll Find Me by Erin Fletcher

“‘I appreciate the apology.’ It’s not quite forgiveness or acceptance, but it’s true. ‘Good. Because I mean it.’ He reaches up and tucks my hair behind my ear. ‘You’re kind of important to me.’ ‘You’re kind of important to me, too.’” Where You’ll Find Me was a great debut novel for Erin Fletcher. It told the story of a girl who found a boy living in her garage. Regardless of how sketchy that may sound, the two of them ended up growing pretty close, and there weren’t many questions about why he was in the garage. That was the only thing that disturbed me about this novel. Hanley, our leading lady, was a little too okay with some random boy being in here garage for me. Hanley was a self proclaimed rebel. She didn’t like living under her parent’s thumb, and that was something that I ccan relate to a bit. Nate was the boy living in her garage. He was running from something that I’m not going to spoil, but he definitely had a back story. The two of them together made a cute couple, regardless of their less than normal beginnings. There was actually somewhat of a plot in this novel, which is rare for contemporaries. The drama with Nate and what he was running for definitely made the novel more interesting, and there were some unexpected discoveries […]