Apparently, about love at the starting, the novel shifts in everything towards the middle after the death of Nina’s father. The novel introduces Nina as a girl who is not dependent on her father but she loves him and likes to obey him in every possible way. Her family’s reputation comes in the second place and Nina is also very serious about it too.
Her boyfriend also follows the same norms in life which means that there is a nice understanding between the couple before their marriage. It is just perfect life for a girl of Nina’s age along with the family business which she is going to inherit after her father. Mr. Gregory dies all of a sudden and Nina realizes that she was living on lies all her life. Thus the girl starts seeing things from a different perspective, her opinion about her father changes at once because of the things which she finds out about him after his death.
The behavior of her boyfriend seems to change and then her ever-appealing boss has an impact as well. Jill Santopolo shifts the story and from a cool and calm story of a girl, we suddenly start observing disasters. Jill talked about losses and other such things during The Light We Lost and Everything After. This novel that the author has narrated too is much more intense in emotions. It is not a big family drama that we are dealing with here rather it is more inclined towards the emotions of a girl who is alone in her life. The options which she is left with after the death of her father just seem to be inappropriate to her.
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