Laura has spent her entire life up until this point eager to see what the summer before college has in store for her. The tales from the older brothers and sisters of her friends and the teenagers in TV shows and movies all had her convinced that it was going to be the best three months of her life. The reality, she finds, is sadly different. It feels less like fun and freedom than a headfirst plunge into the icy waters of adulthood with a life jacket that kept threatening to slip off.
Love is not an easy thing to come by - a concept born from undying appreciation, it is something that requires the unrequited endeavor to make someone happy, whatever the cost. This book explores love and life, and how the joy of infatuation and fate can bring together people in the strangest of ways, regardless of past experience, personal preference, or social normality. However, there are more elements that surround love which also play an important part here.
"If you looking a wicked good short Story look no further."
On another lonely night, convinced that none of her friends will understand, she searches the internet to find a group called Ladies Can Code. At this group meeting, Latka comes into contact with an older woman. A mentor and an inspiration from the start, she will end up changing Latka's life forever. But will she ultimately have changed it for the better?