You Are Here by Liz Fichera had such a promising beginning that I was a little disappointed about where it went and didn’t go. I found the plot to be an interesting concept that could have been developed more. I think where the story fell a little flat was after Jennifer attended school and started to make new connections. I felt like it jumped from her starting to adjust to a new life and straight to the confrontation with Finn. I knew it was a short story but I still felt that it could have been centered more on the love aspect while still telling a story of hardship, how Jennifer and her family moved beyond the struggles and created a life out of the little they had. Even though this wasn’t as great as Hooked I’ll still continue to look for Fichera’s future work.
I give You Are Here 3 out of 5 stars.
In You Are Here, sixteen-year-old Jennifer Whitman wishes she could just disappear. After her father's death, her family lost everything, including their home and comfortable way of life. With the help of a local charity, they've relocated to downtown Phoenix. But Jenn has unfinished business back in Paradise Valley.
Sixty-six days ago, Jenn fell in love with seventeen-year-old cowboy William Finnigan…and then he shattered her heart. She's been avoiding him ever since. But if Jenn wants to reclaim her beloved horse, she'll have to stop running. Jenn needs to face Finn one last time so she can put her past behind her and truly start over.
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