3 out of 5 stars
This is a pretty typical new adult book. Sally is beautiful and wild and numbs herself booze and sex. She believes her life of partying and seduction is all she’s good for in life, until she meets Harrison who, naturally, forces her to challenge those views.
I really liked the beginning of this book, but somewhere along the line I sorta lost interest. This is a relatively long book, and it doesn’t really pull it off. It drags, and towards the end I was constantly checking the percentage on my kindle – never a good sign.
I did really like Sally, though, and I felt so sorry for her at some points. There were also points where I felt like shaking her. I liked Harrison, but I felt like he was a bit too perfect, ya know?
While not outstanding, this book was definitely what I needed after the trauma that is the Grisha Trilogy, so for that I’m giving it 3 stars.
*thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me the chance to read this book*