WHAT I LOVED:
- Macey and Morgan: I found our heroine and hero to be very likable, original, and relatable. I love that they both had creative outlets and how they share their deepest secrets with each other. Macey has some hang-ups about marriage because she doesn't want to be unhappy like her parents (who've divorced each other four times!). She believes Morgan feels the same way because of the pact they made together when they were 17 to never marry anyone period. But now he is engaged and it rocks her to her
core...kind of like when Julia Roberts found out her long-time best friend, Michael, was getting married in My Best Friend's Wedding. It's interesting to see how Macey copes with and sorts out her confused and frustrated feelings regarding Morgan's impending marriage to Gigi.
- Friends Who Become More: I love that Macey and Morgan have been friends forever and I love that their current relationship is one of "casual benefits." It was interesting to see how things played out with these two - they blurred the lines between friends and lovers, have undeniable attraction and feelings for each other, but both seem to want different things.
- The History: Macey has been writing in her diary once a year since her childhood, and it is only after Morgan becomes engaged that she goes back to read over all her older entries. I loved this part. I loved learning the significant events of both Macey's and Morgan's lives and seeing how they were brought closer together by them. It was interesting to see the full journey of their relationship, the special gifts they've given each other, and understand the importance of their pact with each other.
- It's Fun and Sexy: With the paranormal twist, cursed ghost, and intense attraction between Macey and Morgan this story was a wonderfully enjoyable light-hearted diversion. I especially loved the tension and chemistry between Macey and Morgan. While things would heat up pretty quickly between them, I also loved seeing how engaged their feelings were for each other." - from Austenesque Reviews