Nora wakes up with no memory of the last few months of her life to find her mother is dating her worst enemy’s father. Oh, and she’s pretty sure that he’s the one who kidnapped her in the first place. Then there’s the sexy, mysterious, bad-boy who she needs to know more about. Could he hold the key to unlocking her memories?
For me, this book was completely unremarkable. I actually forgot that I had finished reading it. Nora having amnesia wasn’t such a good thing for me because I couldn’t remember enough of what had happened in the earlier books to feel any of the excitement or dramatic irony. Also, I didn’t really care about the characters, except maybe Vee and even she wasn’t that great this time around.
I felt like more and more subplots were being thrown in just for the fun of it, and when I discovered that this wasn’t the end of the series I wanted to punch something. There’s really not much else for me to say. I’m sure there are those out there who would enjoy this “saga,” but I’m not one of them.
Books with similar aspects
Twilight series by Stephenie Meyers
Fallen series by Lauren Kate
House of Night series by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast
recommended to paranormal romance fans who just want more paranormal romance
not recommended to people with similar taste in books as me