Isabella Anders just found out Lynn and her dad want to send her to a reform school. But with the help of Grandma Stephy, Isa’s dad agrees to let her move in with her grandma.
Isa is more than relieved to be moving out. And after going on an unofficial date with Kyler, she wonders if maybe her life is starting to turn around. But then she discovers the truth about what really happened to her mother.
Not ready to fully accept that her mother is a murderer, Isa turns to Kai for help. Kai is more than willing to help, but to protect Isa, he keeps some of the more brutal details about her mother’s case to himself until he can find out more.
But when a mysterious blue car starts showing up everywhere, and Isa receives a threatening text message from an unknown caller, Kai realizes someone is dead set on destroying Isa. And he might not be able to protect her.
I am so enjoying this series! I took a break from YA for a long time but Jessica Sorensen is bringing back my love of the YA genre. The Year of Falling in Love continues Isabella’s journey of self-discovery, not only within herself but also who she really is and what family she actually belongs to. This story is a voyage and a mystery all rolled into one.
The characters are fantastic. Grandma Stephy has to be my favorite not only because she is a hysterical and a hip grandma, but also because she stands up for Isa when very few others do. You can tell that she truly loves her and only wants what is best for Isa in the end.
I am enjoying the love triangle between Kyler, Isa, and Kai. I am not sure exactly where this is going to go but I know who I am rooting for!
This series seems to be getting better with every book. I can’t wait for the next one to see if we get any answers!