Back home and searching through her belongings he comes across some revelations about her true identity, the connections she has with his family and the desperate implications of this.
It’s a story told from the perspective of a young boy (Louis) whose parents are separated, seemingly over his father’s alcoholism.
Eve embarks on a life-changing path that begins with her enrolling in a class taught by a transgendered professor while Brendan bumbles his way through campus life trying to maintain the ignorant status-quo he’s relied on thus far.
Bridget is of the opinion that long after you have fallen out of love with someone, they still own a little piece of your heart. This is the premise she uses to journey around the globe track down old flames to ask for her heart back as she writes about the experience on her blog.
As I expected, I enjoyed every minute of reading the book.