I have to admit, when I first picked up this book, I wasn’t expecting too much – I’ve read far too many books where a girl meets a handsome, mysterious stranger, and I was expecting this to be more of the same.
I couldn’t have been more wrong.
The main character was instantly likeable and easy to identify with, the back story was original and imaginative, and the author is clearly very talented.
The only thing I could criticise is that it takes rather a long time to get to the main point of the story, and when it does, it is over quite quickly. However, the characters were so well drawn that this didn’t matter.
Overall, I thought that this was an excellent book, and I’m holding my breath for a sequel.
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