This story is nonlinear and full of drama and tragedy.
I love Colleen Hoover. This is one of her earliest novels. It’s not my favorite, but it was still a captivating read. It’s a bit strange how the Epilogue starts at the last 1/3 of the book, but you don’t exactly stay in the Epilogue. I think the format shows experimentation by an early author. I don’t mind that, because the writing is still solid. She kept my attention throughout, and I enjoyed the characters overall. Her later works are better, but that’s not shocking. Everyone starts somewhere.