I would possibly try purely out of curiousity. If Morgan Rice ended the book so abruptly just to get you to read the next, then kudos to her. Goal achieved. If the ending was suppose to be a "good stopping point" then I think she needs rethink her writing career.
Again, only out of curiousity, but I'm not in a hurry.
She did an good enough job. Sometimes she could've picked up the speed of her narration, but otherwise I think she did good for the tone of the book.
Yes, to write this review.
The plot wasn't all that bad, but the author tried so hard to make a mystery, that she forgot to also give us some answers in the same book. The main character got a bit irritating after a while, but the story ended before I truly got the urge to mentally b-slap her for being so stupid.
The whole book. I had to deal with over 9 hours before the "falling in love" part finally showed up. It had so much angst and sluttiness that it just ended up pissing me off. I expected a romance, as the description implied.
The narration was probably the only thing I could stomach.
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