A constructed novel about love, justice and truth--all done without a preachy, "the-moral-of-the-story-is" tone.
There is a love story in this book, but it is realistic and believable, taking place on an organic farm over a summer. Roar (short for Aurora) is upended from city life in LA and finds herself working in a farmers market. Many things happen in the story, but it doesn’t make you feel like you are being forced to learn something new today. Roar is very close to her Dad, who is such a great guy. She has a hilarious best friend who makes some good and crazy choices.
So much to love here, I don’t want to give anything away. READ THIS BOOK!