Monday, January 02, 2012

Wherever You Go

Wherever You Go
Heather Davis

Lonely and lost. No other words can better describe Holly Mullen after the loss of her boyfriend Rob in a tragic accident. However, its been a few months, and Holly needs to move on. Although,  how can she forget the only boy she has ever loved? Meanwhile, her Alzheimers-stricken grandfather, Aldo, has come to live with Holly, her mother, and her little sister.
Holly’s  mother works two full time jobs; Holly is left to care for her grandfather and her little sister. Due to his disease, it is normal for Aldo to have hallucinations. But what happens when he begins to see the ghost of Holly’s boyfriend Rob, who has not yet crossed into the light? And what will Robs ghost think of Jason, ( Rob’s best friend when he was living)  trying to get close to Holly? Wherever You Go is book filled with romance, haunting stories of the past, and finding the strength to move on.
I really did enjoy the book Where You Go. The love triangle and connection between Rob, Jason, and Holly made the book hard to put down. I never knew what would really happen at the end of the book, due to the constant love triangle between the three. I felt Holly was a great character, mainly because her way of life is much different then Rob’s and Jason’s, so she gave you another form of living in the story. The romance between Holly and Jason also made the book interesting to read. Since they are both fighting to get over Rob’s death, I felt the connection between them was even stronger and that formed a great plot.
Even though I liked a lot of things about this book, it did take me awhile to get through it, due to a slow beginning, but it was worth getting beyond that. If you like stories of romance, love triangles, family, and ghosts, Wherever You Go by Heather Davis is a great read for you.
Reviewer Age:14
Reviewer City, State and Country: Springfield, Ohio USA