I love Danielle! She is one of the first authors I met when I started blogging at Paperbook Princess, and I absolutely fell in love with her Heart Waves Series, and I plan on reading For Always as soon as I figure out how to get more hours in a day! So when Danielle started talking about To My Hero on Twitter, I immediately needed all the details! I received this book for review from Danielle, and started reading it within a few days (as I said before there is not enough hours in the day!) This book really puts you through the ringer… it is sad, funny, heartbreaking, romantic, god it is so many things I cant even think of anymore words! I think what I am enjoying most about a lot of books that I have been reading lately is that they deal with a tough subject… this one being no different as it deals with rape. I think it is fantastic that authors are finally able to write stories about rape and abuse and well just about anything, yet they do it with so much class that they are not making fun of the subject… rather they are bringing attention to it so that its not such a novelty or unspoken thing anymore as it has always been in the past. In To My Hero, we meet Carly and Ryan. Right off the bat I totally loved Ryan and although at the beginning he was portrayed as this tough bad boy type guy… he really wasn’t. He was actually the sweetest character I have read from any of Danielle’s books. Carly… well… to be honest I didn’t really like her. Yes what happened to her was horrible and she was obviously in crazy denial about what happened. But regardless of that I just didn’t like her. Maybe if I hada met her under different circumstances it woulda been a lot different, but I guess that’s the fun of a book right? I think what I didn’t like about Carly the most was the fact that it always seemed like she was just stringing Ryan along… a guy who obviously understood what happened and was doing everything he possibly could to help her… she was ugh I don’t even know, indifferent I guess about everything (which again may have been a product of what happened to her)Overall, regardless of my feelings for Carly, I really enjoyed this book and I even though the title of the book is To My Hero: A Blog of Our Journey Together, I was still shocked when at the end I realized that the whole thing was a blog post… it made everything throughout the book make so much more sense and just wrapped the whole thing up perfectly! Thanks Danielle for another awesome book!