Huh, I liked it. I was hooked once Cesar was taken to jail and Suzy said no one was coming to get him out. I couldn't wait to see where the story would take me. How was he going to get out of this?
After waking in his apartment with dim memories of the prior night, Cesar goes to the bathroom to get dressed for work and finds a dead body in his bathtub. He knows who she is and why she was there, but nothing clear on what happened after leaving the Pit nor how she ended up dead in his house. One thing he knew, he could not have killed her. He knows he needs help, so calls his partner to let her know that the cops where coming and that he was innocent. And here is where it gets interesting. The fact that people who should know him are doubting his innocence. After learning no one is coming to free him, he decides that he'll need to get himself out of this mess and find justice for Erin.
At this point, I'm excited to see where this goes and then laughed when I realized that yep, like any normal person, he made mistakes and was kind of clueless as to how to go about clearing his name. With some twists and turns and finding himself not sure who he could trust, Cesar almost wishes he had just run when Suzy told him to.
I definitely did not see where this went, and admit that he was a very believable character led astray by a beautiful woman, almost killed, betrayed by the organization he trusted, just to find nothing was what he thought. I am still unclear as to how Cesar did not remember what happened in his apartment. Was he drugged? Other than that, this was one of those books that kept me up to the wee hours trying to finish it as I just wasn't sure what the heck was going on.