This novel was heartfelt and genuine. I love how Stallings write characters that struggle with some form of insecurity, because she always writes how they should not feel insecure. Usually, with her characters, when a problem seems simple, there is an underlying insecurity in need of help.
Going into this novel I had no clue racial issues were intertwined into the story-line (although, I do wish it had a more vital part in the novel). Stallings approached the topic well, showing some people truly see interracial relationships as hazardous.
This book is worth the read. It’ll make you laugh, angry, and it may just make some cry right along with characters.