Eighteen-year-old Devon longs for two things.The stars.And the boy she fell in love with last summer.When Ashton breaks Devon’s heart at the end of the most romantic and magical summer ever, she thinks her heart will never heal again. But over the course of the following year, Devon finds herself slowly putting the broken pieces back together.Now it’s senior year, and she’s determined to enjoy every moment of it as she prepares for a future studying the galaxies. That is, until Ashton shows up on the first day of school. Can she forgive him and open her heart again? Or are they doomed to repeat history?From debut author, Ronni Davis, comes a stunning novel about passion, loss, and the power of first love.
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When the Stars Lead to You Review
- January 1, 1970Rachel StrolleHELL YES
- January 1, 1970Ronni DavisJanuary 24, 2019—we have a cover! I hope you love it as much as I do!!!
- January 1, 1970The Bookavidthe black biracial rep in this is fantastic.
- January 1, 1970S.F. HensonA beautiful book about first love and loss, self-care and selflessness, and all that falls between. A gorgeous debut that everyone should add to their TBR pile!
- January 1, 1970HeatherOof really want to read this because of the main characters love of the stars and Galaxy's (I'm in love with the night sky) butttt kinda hate the name Ashton now since I was dumped for another girl less then 2 months ago by a Ashton sooo idk if I can handle reading this. But maybe I should, it might make me stronger. :/more
- January 1, 1970Kate2.5 // I really do appreciate the message the author was sending about mental health, for me at least, the execution didn’t completely land - full review TK
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