Dani is not in a good place. Her parents died in a car wreck, she blames herself, and if that weren't enough, in her grief and trauma, her own subconscious is working against her by shutting off her ability to speak.
On the plus side, she's surrounded by an amazing group of family and friends who love her and do their best to support her, but much like any teenager, outside help isn't really what Dani wants. Don't want to be told, don't want to be helped, don't want to be fixed.
Enter Lincoln Green, her new boss and Hollywood heartthrob. Can he give Dani the one thing she craves? Acceptance without expectation.
In Capture Rachel Van Dyken has given us a beautiful story of love and healing, acceptance and renewal. Filled with familiar faces from many of Rachel's other works, and a few new, but very memorable characters, Capture is intriguing, engaging, uplifting and in places, just plain funny. On top of that, its only the second book this year with a twist at the end that I completely didn't see coming.