This story starts where “Lie to Me” left off – “three weeks and eighteen hours” later to be exact. The female protagonist has just gotten a “three book deal” and has to come up with material to write, so she goes on a travel adventure to find inspiration. (Is this how authors get their groove? hehe)
“The best way to get over one man was to play with another, and another, and maybe, she could forget.” So her adventure begins.
The grammar in this book is different from what I am used to reading and the placement of punctuation threw me off and took me out of the story often. The story is told from present pov and past in the form of journals. The reader is able to see the motivation of the m/c as we read along.
It’s a story filled with intrigue and boys. This was not my favorite book of the year, but I appreciate the effort any author puts into publishing their work.
Review by @mauraharper