i’ve got so much to say about this book.
i’ve heard of this book before as a cute library romance, and at first i was meh about it, because insta love is no no for me, but then again, stuck in a library with another person (meaning DAXXXXXXX) is just AN AMAZING PREMISE.
TRUST ME, i never thought that there’d be so much of the book after they got out of the library. it’s not a spoiler because you’d know by the first few pages that they would get out of the library after THREE GODDAMN DAYS.
autumn was so relatable to me, and i think her anxiety which i like to consider is one of the main themes of the book was so amazing to read because RELATABLE. and the way she comes out of this whole bubble of not going to places or parties and stuff only to please other people was so so so so very relatable. and i loved connecting to her so much.
dax, no matter what you say is SO ADORABLE. even though he’s dark and stuff, he’s so funny AND adorable.
actually, i connected with his character so much because dax reminds me of a person i know in my life and it was awesome.
i hated that autumn used dax as a DISTRACTION, i mean i felt really sad for dax even though he was all I MAKE NO ATTACHMENTS.
i loved that at the end, this book gives out a message that if you like or love someone and he/she is your boyfriend, it’s ridiculous that you need to be embarrassed of that in front of anybody. in fact, you should be proud that they’re your person.
i love jeff so much. i thought i’d hate him because of reasons but i actually ended up really liking him.
autumn learned so much from jeff and dax.
the two main things i really loved were,
jeff told autumn that when you’re in love you’d just know. you don’t have to analyse and think so much whether they’re the right person or if you’re really in loveeeee, and that struck with me.
and dax had told autumn to go figure out what SHE wants and that was so heartwarming, that scene.
it was surprising how autumn’s friends were really nice though.
i think throughout the entire book i was going on having bad judgments about the character.
the ending i fairly predicted from half of the book but i feel that i almost expected dax to leave like this person who changed autumn’s life and then left as an angel.
the best part about this book was that it told me that yes, attachments do suck and they’ll break your heart if they leave because you can’t trust anything but then again,
if you let the right people in,
it’ll be all worth it.