Emily is 23 years old, history teacher and lives with her parents and her younger brother, Jason. It would all be perfect in her life if there wasn’t one small detail: She is blind. Even though, she became an independent girl that despite the difficulties overcame her blindness and is able to have a normal life. However, Emily still has difficulties to maintain her romantic relationships, due to prejudices against getting involved with men who differ in her lifestyle.But destiny will place Matthew on her way, her newest neighbor: young, handsome, with thirst for living. With 21 years old, Matt, how he likes to be called, loves riding his motorcycle, has a tattoo that covers the entire arm and he has just got enchanted by the rare beauty of Ems. She is all that he always wanted; he is the opposite of all she ever imagined to want. It’s a fun romance with touches of humor and a little bit of drama. A big life lesson, showing in its context the difficulties of living in a society that is not prepared to embrace people with disabilities.“Shooting stars don’t say goodbye” brings an engaging story, narrated on the point of view of the protagonist herself, with a surprise ending, capable of making you get emotional, cry and cheer.