Loved this book. I did read it as a "stand alone" without reading Him and Her, and I don't think that reading those is necessary in order to enjoy this one.
I have to admit, there were times I was ready to strangle Sawyer. It is aggravating to see someone struggle when they have a good person meant to be their significant other right in front of their face, and they just want to FIGHT it.
That being said, I have to say this was a great read. I enjoyed Sawyer's journey to find out about her past; about her parents, her grandmother. She had to do this in order to quit fighting what was meant to be.
This was great story telling, and I loved every page of it. I got weepy about 3 or 4 times. Okay, maybe FIVE. There are scenes that just touched me, what can I say? I'm a girl that way.