I haven't read the previous books in the series, so I had to start from scratch with all of the characters. Most of them were very likeable and seemed like a great bunch of people. Andrew (aka Andy) took a very long time to warm up to, but in the end I grew to like him. At first he seemed very one-dimensional, but as the story progressed, he revealed layer after layer. Levi was very sweet, persistent and had an almost saint-like patience.
In terms of writing, everything looked really good. I did feel as though there were too many conversations and scenes with side characters, which ended up weighing down the book too much in my opinion. Even though I really liked the side characters, I wanted more of the story to be focused on Levi and Andy.
All in all, this is an enjoyable book. It has its fair share of angsty, frustrating, jaw-dropping and fluffy moments, making it a great read. I look forward to reading the previous works as well as the upcoming sequel.
I received a copy of this book from the author and voluntarily provided my honest review.