I love Lilah’s fun and sarcastic way of narrating things. It really made the mood light, and fun. It makes you laugh, and it was as if you were just telling stories with your friend. Lilah is 26 years old, but she acts like a teenager. Seeing her grow so much during her stay in the Uni was really amazing. She’s far from being a perfect person. She’s insecure and has a lot of negative traits. Being with her while she realizes a lot of lessons in life has made me feel like I should be doing something to change myself for the better also.
I love how Ben handles Lilah, and gives her space as much as she needs to. He’s not the possessive, jealous guy at all, which was really cool. It may have started out with instalove, but this love he has for Lilah was truly sweet and genuine.
The romance between Lilah and Ben was not easy, but it was just right and perfect for the two of them. There were a lot of things that they encountered in their relationship, but they helped each other grow with the choices they make, together or individually.
The Art of Letting Go is humorous, light, easy-to-read with no over-the-top drama that is recommended to those who love NA and British humor. I’m curious to know what’s going to happen next to Lilah and Ben in The Art of Keeping Faith.