The story keeps you going like a mystery novel. Not only does it makes you wonder if Clio is going to fall for Aidan or stay true to plan A, Ollie. But it impels you to ask yourself questions like: What’s the research about? Who is Mary Marguerite? And, most of all, what’s with all the secrecy and why are they hiding it from Clio?
I couldn’t go through the torture of finishing this book. Pure anguish was it to read! I’m not a girly girl and evidently the author is — or was trying to be. Sprinkled throughout the narration (it wasn’t even the dialogue!) were the words “like”, “totally” and so on. In short, I couldn’t stand it!! And, generally, I don’t give up on books or, if I do, I don’t write reviews on it. But sheesh . . . I just had to warn you: don’t waste your time on this book! I think I made it to the second chapter when I finally gave up and flipped to the back to see how the ending was. It wasn’t worth it.