Adored reading Just Remember to Breathe, it's beautifully written and I was immediately immersed in Alex's world. Dylan's story was told so eloquently for what is potentially a difficult subject either too close to the bone or totally incomprehensible for many.
Dealing with getting their own life in order, Alex and Dylan have two versions of their past that they have been avoiding merging into one version that would complete their history, allowing them to have any hope at a life of contentment and happiness. The fear they experience is so well told, that on several occasions, I found myself thinking "I'd feel the same"
Friends, managing study and work, family and expectations, meld perfectly together, providing a wonderful reading experience. Savouring this moment before I eagerly start on the second book in this series :)