Finley Sinclair’s brother died two years ago, and when he died, she lost her creativity and drive. She has an audition at the Manhattan music conservatory coming up and she can’t finish composing her audition piece. Finley has her brother’s travel journal from when he studied abroad in Ireland. She applies to the same program in order to follow her brother’s footsteps and see in person the places in the photographs from his journal. Finley hopes that in going to Ireland, she can find her creativity again and finish her audition piece.
On the flight to Ireland, Finley finds herself seated next to Beckett Rush, teen heartthrob and Hollywood bad boy, who is on his way to Ireland to film his latest movie. Finley is not at all taken with Beckett, and seems to be the only girl who isn’t. Finley finds herself running into Beckett again and again. Will Beckett be able to help Finley find all the places in her brother’s journal? Will finding them allow Finley to finish her piece in time for the audition?
I was drawn to this book first because it was set in Ireland. While it is a juvenile fiction book, it was still a fun read. It wasn’t a book that caught me up so much that I couldn’t put the book down, but it was still an enjoyable read and I will enjoy reading it again.