A review by Julie.
I would like to thank the author for allowing me the pleasure of reading this book.
Abby is starting over after her parents’ divorce and she has moved to Arizona with her mom. She has a lot of stressors in her life, like starting at a new school in a new state and to make matters worse, it’s high school. She is worried about making friends and nightmares have started to plague her. She feels drawn to one guy in particular but gets warned away by another person, Eli, saying Pete is dangerous. Abby finds out that Eli was correct about Pete. Then she finds out Eli isn’t who he says he is. She gets pulled into Eli’s world and ends up more confused and in trouble.
This book drew me in from the beginning. The characters were very well thought-out and had me invested in what was happening to them. As the story developed, I found myself reading faster to find out what was happening.
As the two main characters, Abby and Eli interacted well together and I couldn’t wait to see what developed in their relationship. Were they friends or something more? It could have gone either direction and I couldn’t wait to see which way they went. Pete, on the other hand, seemed to be a bad influence but I wasn’t sure what his place was, which kept me on my toes. I can’t wait to start the second book. It was well worth my time and I enjoyed reading it.
My rating: 5/5 stars.
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