A twenty four hour romance about two teens who meet—and perhaps change their minds about love—on a train ride to Upstate New York in the middle of a snowstorm One train ride Two strangersNoah is a hopeless romantic He’s heading back home for one last chance with his first love whom he broke up with when he went off to collegeAmmy doesn’t believe in true love—her parents being prime examples She’s escaping from a mom who can’t take care of her to a dad who may not even want her That is until one winter night when Noah and Ammy find themselves in the same Amtrak car heading to Upstate New YorkAfter a train wreck first encounter between the two of them the Amtrak train suddenly breaks down due to a snowstorm Desperate to make it to their destinations Noah and Ammy have no other option but to travel together What starts off as a minor detour turns into the whirlwind journey of a lifetime and over the course of the night they fall in love But come morning their adventure takes an unexpected turn for the worst Can one night can really change how they feel about loveand the course of their lives forever?


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    see this is exactly why i'm the most subjective of readers how the heck am i supposed to rate this anything less than 5 stars when it kept me up past 3am????????this book might not have been the most revolutionary idea but it was freaking adorable and the most perfect fluffy ❄️❄️wintery❄️❄️read the characters are genuine and their conversations were cute and natural freaking adorable unlikely romance between two polar opposite teenagers stranded in a snowstorm trying to get home they literally trek through snow together after their train abruptly stops and everything that could possibly go wrong GOES WRONG IM SO GROSSLY IN LOVE WITH THIS BOOK its exactly what i needed at the moment and i dont care if im not being objective they called themselves out on crap they thought or said they're both readers so much family drama to keep the plot going the development of the romance was so well done there was a genuine friendship building that occurred first and i just love seeing characters bond and build a foundational relationship before jumping into a romance WE LOVE THAT DEVELOPMENT 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺 noah is a little baby and needs to be protected ugh i had so much fun reading this book i never wanted it to end