"Just breathe. Part of her, she supposed, would always feel like a fraud." ~Excerpt
Lane Kelley is very different from me, but I was still able to relate to her. Perhaps it’s because I know people who are similar to her, or, most likely, it’s because the author is talented. ;)
Just Look Up delivers engaging characters, sweet romance, and a powerful message. We often have our heads dug into our work, burdens, past, etc.—you name it. And in doing so, we miss out on the good stuff.
Lane has a bumpy past with her family. They don’t really understand her and she works hard (literally and figuratively) at proving she’s overcome her wounds of the past. Her relationship with Ryan Brooks is delivered in a wonderfully intricate way that kept me turning the pages.
This is a touching read with a heart-pricking message we can all learn from. Look up, or you’ll miss the blessings in life. (And what gorgeous cover art!)
Publisher: Tyndale House
First Lines: Just Breathe. Lane Kelley rested her hand on her knee, willing it to stop bouncing.
Thank you, Tyndale & NetGalley, for my complimentary copy.