I so loved this book. In Definitely, Maybe in Love, Ophelia London does a wonderful job writing a love story about two people that seem like the worst matchup for each other. Spring Honeycutt has spent the last year of her life becoming what she feels is the picture of the perfect environmentalist and is working on her thesis as an Environmental Earth Science major. The curve ball thrown at her by her mentor and advisor has her needing to partner up with her incredibly hot, and in her mind, the environment’s own worst enemy Henry Knightly. Henry is a law student and his rich family built the very building Spring protested against the building of just the year before.
London does such a great job drawing you in to Spring and Henry’s relationship. The writing in the book is amazing and flows so smoothly. I was sneaking moments in my day because I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen. There are some incredible moments that left me smiling and some parts where literally I was wondering what the heck just happened.