is known as the local drug dealer, and Caroline knows he’s bad news.
But he’s the only one who defends her and Caroline can’t help but find
herself drawn to him. There is this spark between them that fills the
air with heat. But Caroline has no sense of self-worth and she’s hiding
in her shell like a turtle. Can West help her regain her sense of
Have you ever finished reading a book and knew that nothing would ever compare again?
That’s how reading DEEPER was for me. I found myself falling in love
with the characters. I found West to be a very noble man, someone who is
protective over those he cares about, which I respect. I thought
Caroline was a really strong female character and I would love to be her
friend if she were a real person.
The different points of view
are done really well in this book. Robin York does a good job of giving
Caroline and West different voices. In a lot of books that have two
different points of view, the characters read like the same person, and
this was a main concern of mine in the beginning of the story. I also
really love the descriptions of the characters. The way they notice
each other, and the fact that neither character is perfect. I think
that this book is a perfect model for how character description should
I’m glad to say that for being about such a serious topic, there are many parts of the story that are lighthearted. I found myself actually laughing out loud a lot. I
was really sad to finish this book and actually put off reading the
last chapter for several hours because I didn’t want it to end. I can’t
wait for the sequel to come out, because I really need to know what
happens next with Caroline and West.