The Infinite Moment of Us by Lauren Myracle
Although they’re both graduating high school and about to start the rest of their lives, Wren Gray and Charlie Parker could not be more different. She’s always been one to please her parents, and they think she’s on her way to Emory College to join the pre-med program. In reality, she volunteered for Project Unity in Guatemala, a year-long service project. Charlie, on the other hand, is over the moon to be accepted to a local technical college in Atlanta. He’s lived in a number of foster homes since being rescued from his addict birth mother, but has had a crush on Wren since the first time he saw her. When this unlikely pair finally wind up together in the hospital emergency room where Wren volunteers, they can both feel the sparks and begin to fall completely, and madly in love with each other.
I am always a sucker for a good love story and this was no exception. Myracle’s writing is straight-forward, and emerges readers in both characters’ points of view using alternating perspectives. I would recommend this to fans of romance, readers who enjoy teen stories about first love, and fans of authors like Deb Caletti and Simone Elkeles.
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