The story is very flat to read. There's not much thinking and introspection to help readers get to know the characters. I didn't feel as if I connected with them at all. I also felt as if the story was sort of disjointed. It didn't seem to progress logically and smoothly. As an example, there is a point in the story where one character receives a note from the other. We know the content of the note because we know the other character's point of view. But after the note is received, the chapter ends and the next begins with no indication of the character receiving the note or her response. Instead the action picks up somewhere else, and we are left wondering.
This just wasn't my favorite in this series. I have enjoyed reading all of the different stories from all of the different authors. You can read below to find out more about this one.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
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