Significance by Shelly Crane
Maggie had a rough year after her mother abandoned her family. Her dad had checked out of her life, and her longtime boyfriend had dumped her to make it easier when he left for college. Maggie was ready to graduate and be done with school. She had no idea how much her life was about to change by saving someone’s life when they were about to walk in front of traffic without paying attention. This is where she found her soul-mate, and her life became a whole lot more complicated.
This was a great love story. I am a hopeless romantic, but I don’t read romance novels. I love stories that have to do with more than just romance, but also have some romance in them. This was a love story, but not a traditional one in my eyes. There was also more to the story than two people meeting and falling in love. Caleb and Maggie became soul-mates when they touched, but that didn't automatically make them love each other. Wanting each other (lust) and loving each other are two different things. It made it more interesting that they couldn't physically live without each other, or they would get really sick. I enjoyed the extremes of becoming soul-mates and thought it made the story more interesting.