I enjoyed One, Two, Three. It was a good story with an interesting mystery element to it as the reader tried to figure out what happened to the main character Natalya and her father in the car accident that killed him and shattered her dreams of becoming a professional ballerina. Natalya was a good character. She was dealing with quite a few hard to deal with things and she had a bit of a problem coping with them, but I thought that she was a relatable character. She was still a strong and steadfast character, at least in my opinion. I truly felt sympathy for her character as the book went on, knowing how much dancing had meant for her. I hurt when she hurt. Antonio had his own problems. He was definitely a pretty swoony book boy. He was a sexy soccer player on the outside, but he was really sweet with Natalya. He wasn’t explicitly well developed but his addition to the novel was seemingly the romance, which was one of those sweet ones with a slow build up. I thought that the two characters were sweet together. One, Two, Three was a pretty emotional story about losing things that you love and learning to move past them. It certainly gave my some feels!