Pages no: 302
Edition language: English
Series: Lethal Obsession (#2)
The writing's kind of...bad... The plot's all over the place and the characterization is rather erratic. Which is a big shame since the blurb sounded rather interesting-ish, too...Oh, god. All it is is a bunch of pseudo-drama. There are Narm moments all over the place and it just... “No! No! Not my ...
I have some serious mixed feelings about this one! I really wanted to love it, because the blurb was amaazing, the writing was great and cried a few times while reading it, but that were some things that just did not sit well with me and left me wondering.. -I really liked the prologue, but I didn'...
On a re-read, I'm lowering my rating slightly.
I could not put this book down. I kept thinking it was a bit odd that they never sought professional help for the mental trauma, but I was glad to see they found a way to address and cope with it. I'm looking forward to reading more of Michele's work.
I'm giving this a 4.5 rounded up to 5. There are faults but in all there's so much good stuff that makes up for the occasional head hopping mid paragraph and the start which is so saccharine sweet and goes on for so long, that if I hadn't been assured it got better, I may not have finished it. But I...
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