This was an adorable book and made me want to visit London. :)Lizzie and Thomas were so real and down to earth. They felt like everyday people. Even Thomas, an up-and-coming movie star, was so likable and down to earth. It was as if the events that occurred could actually happen to a lucky person, which isn't always possible with a romance book. This booked had me hooked from the beginning and was very difficult to put down. The conflict and issues Lizzie had were issues that I think many would have if they were dating a movie star and had to deal with the sudden intrusion of paparazzi, but most importantly Lizzie's issue with trying to figure out what she wants out of life without disappointing her family is something many people can relate to. Considering that I'm just finishing up my undergraduate studies and soon to start my graduate studies, I definitely relate closely to Lizzie. That connection made the book so much more real to me, in my opinion. I love this book, and I think it'd be a great read for any woman, especially younger adults trying to figure out their dream in life. One thing I think would have been nice to have included in the book is an epilogue. I really wish I could see the author's thoughts on where Lizzie and Thomas are a couple of years from the ending of the book, and how Lizzie's relations with her family are. Or perhaps another book would be interesting to see. ;)Note: A free copy of this book was provided for my honest feedback. For more, please visit my blog.