(I received this book for free from She Writes Press, through NetGalley, in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
This is another book that I can’t quite give four stars to. There were things about it that were good, but also some things I felt could be improved on.
The blurb of this book really appealed to me, as did the front cover. I did like Cara as a character, at least at first, but I felt that parts of this book were rather disjointed. For a lot of the time, I was left chafing at the bit because I didn’t have the answers to the many questions that just kept rising.
I did like Simon, but I felt that things moved far too fast between him and Cara. I guess the end of the book explained why, but it still felt like insta!love.
I much preferred the relationship that was beginning to form between Michael and Sienna, even if it did fall into one of the biggest cliches in romance. It didn’t feel as rushed in the same way as Simon’s and Cara’s relationship.
I liked Chloe, but the whole thing with what she was was somewhat confusing. I had more questions about that, too.
I didn’t feel the action really picked up until about halfway through the book. When it did, I found it much easier to read.
I would be curious to read the next book, just to see where the characters will end up, but I would have liked to see more development of the relationships.