WORKING IT OUT by Rachael Anderson is a wonderful book that encompasses many emotions without one crowding the other. She includes the dynamics of the sister/brother relationship, boy/girl relationship, and work/friend relationship. The story seamlessly flows from one relationship to another.
Grace was fond of looking up the meaning of people's names to see if they matched the personality of the owner. I found myself doing the same on a couple of names just to test the theory. We'll leave the theory at that. Seth was a risk taker who didn't know his own limits. Other characters included Grace's brother, a paraplegic, and a friend of Seth's who quickly befriends the two, falling in love with Grace's brother.
The book included parts about trust, both brother/sister and girl/boy; and it was presented in a way will leave the reader thinking about relationships in their own lives.
The cover of the book is cute and bright, and fits right in with the story-line. WORKING IT OUT was very well written and I didn't find any grammatical errors. The story had a well thought-out ending. WORKING IT OUT is the first book that I have read by Rachael Anderson. It will definitely not be my last.
I am giving WORKING IT OUT five stars.
*Note: I apologize for the lack of quotes. I have been having problems with my Kindle and lost them all in transferring books to a new Kindle.