This is the third book in a series and I was able to just jump right in. I would have preferred the story to not jump back and forth as much as it did. The past and the present are woven into the story but it kind of felt like two stories that were thrown together. They were connected but just as I was getting into one storyline I was pulled back to the other one.
It starts off in the present where two cousins are living together for the summer while Nicole who happens to be addict in recovery is doing an internship. Past events really messed up the girl and now secrets from the past have bubbled up to the surface. Personally I would have preferred the two storylines to be split into two books because I would be reading one story and I would reach the end of the chapter and be thrust into the other storyline.
This book just didn't really work for me. I did enjoy the writing but I just didn't like how it went from the past to the present. You'd get a few chapters of one time and then it would switch. It was just too much. It would have been better if the focus was on the present with a little bit of the past thrown in but for me it just seemed like it was two stories that should have been two different books because it just flowed strangely for me.
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