Genres: Contemporary Romance
As teenagers, time is infinite and love is made of fairy tales and caramel corn. For Alexis York and Ryan Fisher, their friendship was the cornerstone of who they were. In the wake of a family tragedy, that friendship was torn apart by time and distance. Unrequited love was never reciprocated, and two lives that were once intertwined, now moved on different trajectories.
Fifteen years later, these two friends are given a second chance to correct the mistakes of the past. With one flight, a new home, and a little help from a tiny red compass, Alexis and Ryan are reunited, setting them back on the same course. Together, they find themselves on a journey of rediscovery, friendship, hope, and love.
Yet, when the harsh realities of life threaten to tear them apart for good, will Alexis and Ryan lose all hope of a happily ever after? Or will the childhood promises of forever lead these two hearts through impossible odds and back into each other's arms?
"You're my compass. My one true north."
Compass wasn’t a bad book. It just wasn’t a great book in my opinion. Lexi and Ryan knew each other as children and when they meet again as adults, they pick up where they left off and soon become romantically involved. Then, the rest of the book is just life happening. Again, its not bad, I just didn’t find it really engaging. Maybe I have just been reading way too much paranormal and new adult where everything is drama filled and action packed. Maybe I just prefer romantic suspense. I’m not really sure, and I am certainly in the minority, but this book was just okay to me. I don’t think there is anything wrong with a book being okay! Y’all might LOVE it and think I am totally nuts!