I received this book as an ARC though NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I was a bit nervous about this book when I first requested it because Noah is described as ultraconservative, and it is safe to say I am not. I was pleasantly surprised by his character. I liked that he had a innocence, but he was in no way overly naïve or ignorant. I liked his dedication to his faith, and the struggle it was for him. His love of gaming was well done, and it was refreshing to read about an online game that actually felt like it was for hardcore gamers, and not just causal ones. I liked seeing Adrian and Noah learn to understand each other, and begin to fall in love. It felt like thing developed at a natural pace, and nothing felt like instant love, or too rushed to be believed. I loved the sweetness to the story. Not cloying, or saccharine just a nice story about two people finding each other, and themselves. I can't wait to read more.