The story was decent enough but I could not stand the narrator. Her character portrayals were annoying to no end. In one case, there is a student in her law class from Southern California. The narrator makes him sound like a stony loser from So Cal. Very cliche. This was one of many examples. And Nat's brother...ANNOYING!
I actually give this book a 3.5 out of 5 because of the dialogue. In the early part of the book, I almost sacked it because I thought the dialogue was kind of cheesy and contrived. I eventually kind of got over it and it turned out pretty decent. I say I "kind of got over it" because, obviously from this review, I never "really" got over it. Again, it was a good book as long as you can get by some of the dialogue.
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