Oh, and immediately we have their lovely romance, so we are getting LGBT+ rep too.I really liked Camilo ’ s protagonis and very much related to him.
I earned about the Cuban revolution in history class, but it ’ s fiction like this that teaches us about the social consequences on an individual and personal level.
And we also com to see Tom with his parents too, and it was all so heart-warming.Tom and Camilo had their fair share of problems to work through, but communication was not one of them.
And that ’ s just what I ant to see in my romance reads.This book was also longer than the ypical new adult romance, and I ppreciated that a lot.
Tom ’ s character really allows the author to bring up some of the important themes and I eally learned a lot from reading about it.
Herrera also managed to include it so that it wasn ’ t a distraction from the romance but imbedded into how the characters grow together.There is also quite a bit of discussion in the eginning about whether we should or shouldn ’ t judge people by their financial situation – whether that be richer than us or poorer.
I mentioned how much I loved Camilo and can not end this review without mentioning how much Tom stole my heart.
He also has a child and we all know how much I love young children in books ( I wish she was included more!) Tom was the best.As the title promises, the entir story kind of has a fairytale-esque feel to it.
I also haven ’ t gone into detail in this review but this book talks about havin an abuse survivor and the work that Camilo does to support them as a social worker.
( I do read new adult regularly, so the genre itself was not the problem.) I kno they were better than in the tent novel, so I didn ’ t mind them too much.