Raised by conservative parents, 18-year-old Meg Hennessey just found out her entire childhood was a lie. Instead of taking a gap year before college to find herself, she ends up traveling north to meet what’s left of the family she never knew existed. While there, she meets Micah Allen, a former pastor’s kid whose dad ended up in prison, leaving Micah with his own complicated relationship about the church. The clock is ticking on Pastor Allen’s probation hearing and Micah, now 19, feels the pressure to forgive – even when he can’t possibly forget. As Meg and Micah grow closer, they are confronted with the heavy flutterings of first love and all the complications it brings. Together, they must navigate the sometimes-painful process of cutting ties with childhood beliefs as they build toward something truer and straight from the heart.
After reading and loving More Than Maybe, I was so looking forward to this book. And this was before I knew that it was going to feature Meg! I adored the sweet, kind, and fairy winged Meg in More Than Maybe, and I was completely pumped to see her journey with her faith, along with Micah, and Micah’s journey as well. Trigger warnings: mentions of suicide and self-harmContinue reading “Never Saw You Coming by Erin Hahn”