This story of Anna and Zoe makes me wonder how many relationships start out with a flash of excitement but just as quickly end. It could end over something minor for one person but is a major stumbling block for the other person. However, had they been able to compromise or take a good hard look at themselves then perhaps the relationship could continue and become much stronger for it.
It’s the ability of Anna and Zoe to look within themselves that gives us hope that these two can come to terms with what they discover. Harper Bliss has the wonderful ability to allow the reader to feel as though we have been shrunk into a tiny time machine and have access to the characters brains throughout the story.
This is a wonderful, insightful story of what love and life is like for people on the Autism Spectrum and especially for women as most studies are male based. But this is a romance and there are most certainly no dry statistics here. It’s as always with Harpers books, thoroughly enthralling reading. I’m looking forward to reading part three to see how two hearts can work as one.