Book Review Of “The Map That Leads To You” By J.P. Monninger @stmartinspress

The Map That Leads to You“Romantic and unforgettable.” –Nicholas Sparks

A romantic, vivid novel that takes place in the tender time of a young woman’s life: Heather has graduated from college and is traveling around Europe with her two best friends. She’s left school responsibility behind and adult responsibility is looming, but this is her one, one last summer to be free. Heather doesn’t expect to even meet Jack, let alone fall in love with him. Jack is an enigmatic Vermonter a few years older than she is, who is following his grandfather’s journal to various cities around Europe. But in the same way that forces are bringing Jack and Heather together, life and duty are pushing them apart. And Jack has a secret that is going to change absolutely everything. (From Goodreads)

This book was sweet, and romantic, and one of my first trip into a romance travel novel. It was written quite well, and I did enjoy the characters. I had issue connecting with them at first, but they did grow on me, and and learned to appreciate them. I made it through this book fairly quickly, within two days, which is good for me, because romance novels usually read fairly slowly for me.

I Received this book for free, via Netgalley and I won a physical copy from St. Martins Press in exchange of an honest review.