Eighteen-year-old Amie’s mom past away when she was seven. Her mother’s last words was a poem, and that is all she has to remember her by. To get away from her everyday-drunken father and noisy neighborhood, she finds a small valley in between town and the forest. When she finds the valley there is a big cherry blossom tree that seems to be connected to her mother’s poem. One day, she decides to climb the tree, only to be surprised to find nineteen-year-old Logan in the tree. She finds out that she is falling for him. Spring break is over and school is starting. Now the only thing between her and Logan having a relationship is school. That was what they thought until there was a accident that can cause Amie to die. There are two questions she thinks of, ‘Should I let go? Do I even have a choice?’ When Logan comes into her hospital room and tells her the poem, she realizes how there love is exactly like the cherry blossom poem. But, in the end of a poem, the cherry blossom/she dies?
-Book to be completely finished. Might take awhile
Love can always be complicated, but don't ever give up on it.
I have learned it in a life experience. All I can do is move on, don't be pulled back by your past.