Madison has the relative from hell. Aaron just wants to help a friend out. It was interesting to see how much two people could think alike but not realize that’s what the other person is thinking. It made me glad that the author didn’t get confused.
Loved how the author added in a little suspense that happens when the story should be leading the reader to its conclusion. Sad to say that I’ve been watching too many crime shows lately. I came up with too many conclusions instead of letting the author do her job. But as I continued to read, I realized how well this would fit in on any of the channels I watch.
I found this story to be addicting but wanting more. We have one secondary character, Lincoln, that reminded me how I missed his book. So now I’ll have the time to go back and read all the books I’ve missed. And that was one nice thing this author did. Even though I’ve missed some stories in the series, she didn’t have me feeling lost at any time while reading about Madison and Aaron. Another nice thing she does for us is that there’s a little treat at the end so I hope you’ll check that out.