She gets into Boston University, Alex gets into Harvard, and everything is falling into place, when on the eve of her departure, Rosie gets news that will change their lives forever: She's pregnant by a boy she'd gone out with while on the rebound from Alex.
Her dreams for college, Alex, and a glamorous career dashed, Rosie stays in Dublin to become a single mother, while Alex pursues a medical career and a new love in Boston. But destiny is a funny thing, and in this novel, structured as a series of clever e-mails, letters, notes, and a trail of missed opportunities, Alex and Rosie find out that fate isn't done with them yet.
I love stories. I don't have a certain genre to read, I love almost every genre of books. Maybe it's because I always feel the need to try something new.
One of the things that I always love to do is to see a character's journey of growing up (whether they are a living or fictional character). Because what they feel, I will feel. When they go through that moment that makes them jump out of being too happy, I'll jump with them. When they have their first heartbreak, my heart'll break as well. And when they are old enough to leave the story, I'll be sad as heck.
That's what you'll feel when you read this book. Big probability. The book lets you feel all kind of emotion--anger, happiness, sadness, frustration and et cetera. It might makes you fall in love too.