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I loved this book and the suspense. I can so relate to Jenna and her self esteem issues! It's hard being overweight and then to have someone point out your flaws and call you names is demeaning. I loved how we got to see her progression throughout the book! She turns into a strong motivated women.
The supporting male character is just suddenly madly in love with the main character after watching her walk along the side of the road. Ok fine whatever.
She is nonstop nuts and he still is like "I really like you even though I know nothing about you whatsoever." Ok this is getting annoying.
It's the same repetitious content for the first half of the book.
I got to 46% when I decided to call it quits. I hate bad reviewing but I just could not read this further.
There was no depth to any of the other characters. I had no understanding of Ryker, no sense of past, no idea of his motivations, except when it came to his brother, Mikey. I felt the author didn't do enough to convey his thoughts and attitude through Jenna's eyes.
Mostly, though, was the surface interaction of the last third of the book when we finally see Garrett. In the writer's world, we have a phrase, "As you know, Bob,". It's to indicate a scene where someone, usually the antagonist, spends time revealing all the hows and whys of their nefarious plot/plan. It's unrealistic and boring. I felt as if I was in a hamster cage, running on that circular wheel.
From Jenna's overdramatic reactions, to Mikey's well-done teenage responses, to Ryker's unrevealed motivations, a book like this should have had more depth.
Marissa Farrar has the skill of placing the reader in the story, by allowing you to see and feel every word she's wrote.
Ordinary people, placed in terrible situations that can be life changing. Making choices of the heart or of the mind.
Jenna Armstrong is a women haunted by her past. Constantly on the move, trying to out run the past cruelty of an ex-boyfriend. She is a scared women who see's herself as unattractive and with no self worth.
A encounter with a sexy bad boy named Ryker Russo changes her life, giving her strength she didn't know existed within her. Will Jenna be strong enough to escape her past or will self doubt take away the opportunity of what she has always longed for, love, happiness and a home.
I don't want to give away to much of this story, but I will say once you start this book you will not want to put it down until you have reached the last page.
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On the run from a very abusive ex boyfriend, Jenna, never stays in one place for too long; terrified that he will catch up to her.Read more