I enjoyed this book to the bottom of my heart. It was one of those kinds of books that hooks you and forces you to finish them at record speed. I loved the realism and idea of the story, its something someone could relate to real easy. The writing was beautiful and the transfomation of the two main characters were perfectly timed and exicuted.
Finley has been having a hard time, she's lost the closest person to her and with that her faith and self has dwindled. But she has a talent that is like no other, she has the gift for music and with the audion into the pregious music schol Finley is trying to find inspiration to finish her song but her heart, body and mind is dark. She travels to Ireland as a foreign exchange student hoping to relive her dead brothers trip. And saved in her phone is the picture she thinks will finish her song and perhaps heal herself but the problem is she has no clue where it is and that picture of the cross is going to be one of the hardest things to find.
But along the way she runs into a famous actor named Beckett Rush, every teen girl crushes on him but Finley is just the opposite she wants nothing to do with him. And Rush takes that as a challenge and in the end Finley doesn't really have a choice anymore, either help Rush or be stuck at the house with no way to go sight-seeing.
Soon they both discover things about each other, things that are kept locked into the confines of their mind and as the audtion slowly creeps upon her it's a mad dash to find herself and the one thing she believes will help her heal.
Beautiful ending, I loved that some of the issues weren't totally solve making it that much more realistic. I enjoyed this read and recommend it to those who are lost or have been lost. It's a heart warming story, a story we all can learn from. I can't wait to read more stories by Jones and see what she has in store for us. I rate this book 5 stars!