When I started reading this book, I remembered why I loved [b:Pushing the Limits|10194514|Pushing the Limits (Pushing the Limits, #1)|Katie McGarry|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1322770025s/10194514.jpg|15093690] so much. Katie's writing is just beyond amazing. I mean, it's not that special or complicated, it's just accurate. The way she's able to switch the POV without the reader being confused is great.
When I got a little further I thought it was very slowpaced. It took too long for Beth and Ryan to actually meet and cross each other's lifes for real. Tbh, it was quite boring :/ It left me feeling sad, because my expectations for this book were high - very high.
I went on reading and I'm so glad I did. What a rollercoaster ride this book was! I didn't cry, but I couldv'e easily done so. It filled me with laughter, joy, hope, sadness, doubt and so on. I think I felt each and every emotion throughout this book.
The characters were so well described and I found myself wondering from time to time, who the bad one was. Was it Beth? Or was it Ryan? Now, I know who it was supposed to be, but honestly I think both maincharacters had that "bad" side to them which I liked. There were a few references to Noah and Echo and I liked how we got to know (a little of) what happened to them after [b:Pushing the Limits|10194514|Pushing the Limits (Pushing the Limits, #1)|Katie McGarry|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1322770025s/10194514.jpg|15093690] ended.
Beth's best friend Isaiah was my favorite character throughout the book. I really had a hard time keeping my tears inside whenever I read something about him. Fortunately, the next book in this series will be about Isaiah and I cannot wait
The reason this book gets 4/5 stars, is because of the slow start and the ending, which I wasn't quite fond of.