Eliza is a pro at writing poetry. She is so good, that boys in her school ask her to ghostwrite love notes for their significant others. At first, she doesn’t mind using her talents for others, but when Theo Moses, a guy she likes, asks her to write a love letter for his girlfriend Lila, she contemplates what is good for her and what isn’t. What happens next? Read more to find out!
I really like how the author had a way with words while writing this book. The author used vivid imagery as a way of describing. I liked that this book wasn’t just a book about romance, but it was about development. I really enjoyed this book, and I would recommend this to those looking for a heartfelt book. I rate this book a 5/5.