Audrey’s life has been planned out for her since she was born, and now she’s supposed to attend Whedon College in the fall, where both of her parents work. But Audrey has a different plan in mind: She’s not going to attend college at all. She’s going to earn some money and move to Seattle, the city she’s loved since she was a child. And the best way to earn that money is by working the night shift at the local nursing home.
Seth O’Malley works there, too, and a romance quickly blossoms between them. But things get complicated when Audrey saves the life of Cameron Suzuki, Seth’s ex. A video of her performing CPR at the beach goes viral, and suddenly, Audrey’s wanted for TV interviews and newspaper articles. And just when Audrey starts to love life at the nursing home–and life with Seth–Seattle comes knocking. Does she follow the path she set out for herself, even when it means leaving behind Seth and the cast of quirky patients she’s come to care for? Or does she embrace a future with Seth–at least for the foreseeable future–at the cost of abandoning her dreams?
It’s the year of contemporaries for me my friends. I have been reading contemporary after contemporary and each one has something different that entertains me. With The Foreseeable Future I felt as though I was watching a TV show. This book was really laid back and fun. The characters were a bit nutty but that’s what made it unique!
Winter is my favourite season to read because you can cozy up inside with some tea and a book but summer has a whole different feeling! Sitting outside in the sun and reading is just as amazing. This one is great for that patio summer reading feel. The book follows a girl who isn’t sure what her plans are after high school graduation so she starts working at a senior’s home. During a night out, she saves the life of a fellow student and catapults into the spotlight due to a YouTube video. The character development is great in this one friends. Check out The Foreseeable Future as your next summer read!
**Thank you Penguin Teen for sending me an ARC for an honest review.**