Arriving in another new town, Amelia Collins vows to fit in and finish her senior year drama free. There can’t be any mistakes. Staying under the radar is what keeps Amelia one step ahead of the man who is trying to find and destroy her.
But when she’s befriended by a group of students who make her feel safe and loved, Amelia struggles to maintain her distance, especially when faced with her feelings for Aiden Parker, whose piercing gray eyes and strength weaken her resolve.
More than just a high school romance, Amelia and Aidan's story is complex. Amelia is trying to stay low-key, on the run from danger, but her first day at her new school instantly draws attention to her.
Amelia is a great character, both strong and yet weak. She's loveable from the start as she stands up to the bully Aidan. Not just another bully to lovers romance, this one has more going on for it. Secrets are unveiled, friendships evolve, and romance ensues. But there's always more than just the romance going on. The themes of violence and danger are more than a typcial high school read. The situations are serious and the threats are real.
If you enjoy young adult stories, you will enjoy She's With Me. Jessica Cunsolo's writing style is great, both fun and with a great flow. The characters fully come to life, with a great illustration of high school, and with a gripping element of suspense to the story. For me, this was just what I needed to entertain me at the time.