Sometimes the only thing standing between fear and hope is you.
Almost a year ago, nineteen-year-old Cassie Harlen had a lot to deal with. A stack of college acceptance letters waiting for answers, a proposal from the boy next door, and a mother whose most recent bipolar episode left Cassie hurt and confused. Tired of cleaning up the messes caused by her mother's disorder, of resenting her mother for not being there, and scared of being trapped by an inevitable future—which included marrying Graham Tucker—Cassie did the only thing she could think of to keep from ending up like her mother: she left.
Graham never knew why Cassie walked away. He woke up one morning and she was gone—along with the life that he’d created around her. After eleven months, Graham has a new plan for his future. One that doesn't involve Cassie Harlen.
When Cassie's mom nearly burns down her house, Cassie’s forced to return home. Back to a mother she’s tried to ignore and the guy she’s been unable to forget. Graham doesn't know how he's going to spend the whole summer living next door to the person who broke his heart without letting those old feelings push through to the surface.
Neither does Cassie.
Reviewed by Claire
Days Like This is a heartfelt story about true love, self-discovery and second chances.
Cassie Harlen is scared, scared that she will end up relying on people. She's tormented, caring and on the road to self-discovery.
Graham is finally putting his life back together, only for Cassie to come back. His life goes spiraling, can he keep his distance from her or will he give his heart back to who it rightfully belongs too.
Days Like This is an enjoyable read. I liked, that it touched on mental illness, it helps to know you are not alone and there's help out there. It will take you on an incredible journey.