Review: You Can Go Your Own Way
Title: You Can Go Your Own Way
Author: Eric Smith
Release Date: November 2nd, 2021
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Find it here: Goodreads
Synopsis from Goodreads: Adam Stillwater is in over his head. At least, that’s what his best friend would say. And his mom. And the guy who runs the hardware store down the street. But this pinball arcade is the only piece of his dad that Adam has left, and he’s determined to protect it from Philadelphia’s newest tech mogul, who wants to turn it into another one of his cold, lifeless gaming cafés.
Whitney Mitchell doesn’t know how she got here. Her parents split up. She lost all her friends. Her boyfriend dumped her. And now she’s spending her senior year running social media for her dad’s chain of super successful gaming cafés—which mostly consists of trading insults with that decrepit old pinball arcade across town.
But when a huge snowstorm hits, Adam and Whitney suddenly find themselves trapped inside the arcade. Cut off from their families, their worlds, and their responsibilities, the tension between them seems to melt away, leaving something else in its place. But what happens when the storm stops?
My Review: This was a really fun, sweet read. This one starts with a social media feud (very Tweet Cute Esq.) and is a friends to enemies to lovers trope which was really fun. I loved the banter and then tension between the two. I also loved the trapped because of a snow storm. I really liked both characters and found them relatable. I definitely enjoyed this one and would recommend it.
*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. All opinions are my own.*