Sophie is rich, spoiled, a queen bee, selfish, conceited, nasty, horrible, front stabbing, mean girl and some more. When she is arrested for a second time for the possession of drugs, the judge sentences her to 6 months at a remote orphanage in Uganda.
I didn't know what to expect when I picked this book up. Just reading about Sophie in the first couple of chapters disgusted me. I had no heart or 'boo-hoo' feelings for a spoiled rich girl and her rich, selfish, lonely, insecure problems. But my feelings toward her changed after she arrived in Uganda. I appreciate the fact that she embraced the harshness of the world outside her little bubble. I enjoyed her journey through self discovery, love, friendships and loss. Overall, I liked this book just as much as I liked Callum & Harper. I can't wait to read more by this author.