This review will not fit the format of my other reviews in an effort to prevent spoilers.
I was recommended this book by another bookstagrammer and was excited to dive in (especially on being on a two-DNF streak). There was a ton of mystery and so many different unknowns throughout the book that I was BURNING through the pages.
It had me, hook, line, sinker but when I got to the end I was so disappointed. I felt like it was almost too predictable. I realize this is in an effort to set up the next book and there is still a lot of mystery there, but I don’t find myself STARVING for the next installment of this series.
I read a ton of books and I am a self-proclaimed “ending-guesser”. I always try to figure out what’s going to happen while I read the book and in my mind, I’ll create a string of guesses. If one of those guesses results in how the ending plays out, I tend to be a little disappointed. I like to read authors that write books which take me by surprised.
Unfortunately, this was not one of them.
Reina wakes up in the hospital after suffering a traumatic brain injury and has no idea who she is. She remembers nothing of her past life, which is a blessing because apparently, she was a terrible person. Not only is she working to navigate her new life, her old reputation, and her engagement to a man who hates her, she’s being toyed with by someone she doesn’t know.
Think Gossip Girl meets Pretty Little Liars meets Memento.