There is nothing extraordinary about Tucker O’Shay’s dreams. Go to college.Become president. Fall in love. And pretend like he has enough time to get it all done.
Sixteen-year-old Sarah Miller doesn’t expect anything out of the ordinary when she begins her first day at the one-room-school house in her new hometown of Rocky Knob. But when she meets seventeen-year-old Tucker O’Shay—the boy with the fatal illness who volunteers to tutor her in algebra—she finds herself swept up in a friendship that changes the way she sees the world and a love that changes her life.
~ My Review ~
In all honesty, this is one of the most amazing books I have ever read. I cried my eyes out the whole way through it. Tucker and Sarah’s story is so precious and heart-warming; I really loved just curling up with the book and being lost in the story. I read it in less than 24 hours (it is, after all a novella) but I loved it so much I got the Kindle edition as well, then re-read it. Yes, it is just that good!! Joanne Bischof is a master storyteller, and as an aspiring author myself, I greatly enjoy her books and look up to her as a writer. Definitely a must read!!
And btw, isn’t that one of the most gorgeous covers you’ve ever seen?!!
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~ About the Author ~
Married to her first sweetheart, Joanne Bischof lives in the mountains of Southern California where she keeps busy making messes with their homeschooled children. When she’s not weaving Appalachian romance, she’s blogging about faith, writing, and the adventures of country living that bring her stories to life.
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