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Nat is young and is vulnerable when she makes a deal that she'll later on regret to save someone near and dear. But at what cost will she go to, to get back what's already been given so freely? She will stop at nothing to get what she wants and have her cake and eat it too. As a character, she was very 3D to me. Not so much all over the place but also not able to tie down. She is most certainly spunky and a fun character to get to know.
Rick is very conniving? He's awesome at what he does but he has his reasons for being that way. Throw in a little fun by adding childhood friend Stew into the mix and these two start to one up the other to get into Nat's heart. I loved watching how they interacted with her. But I have to say. I was, and will always be team Rick. Regardless of who won in the end.
I really do hope that there is more to this story. I'd LOVE to read it. I can see how she can continue on with these characters or even branch out and give the side characters a chance to shine. Taylor has my interest, along with the guy who got a way. I want to know what happened to them and where are they now? How did Nat manage? What's to come and so much more.
If you love paranormal or a good read I'd buy this book. I do recommend it to anyone and everyone that is 18+. Fab read!
So, yes, back to the main character. She was a good character, written with depth and feeling, but in no way acted like a 20 year-old, even a troubled one. The writing struck me more as a YA book, especially with the constant overuse of "ugh" and the protagonist going into "modes" continually. This book could have gone either way, written to be suitable for younger readers, or ramped up to adult status. As it is, it hovers in the middle, and only includes one "petting" scene late on in the book which uses perhaps one word which takes it out with the YA genre. After this point, the use of certain words creep in, and it seems like this was the point the author decided to make it an adult book. The character also shows an extreme lack of maturity in her relationships, allowing herself to be treated abysmally but still wanting to go back for more.
The concept was enjoyable, and the plot moved nicely along, with a few twists along the way, one or two which were glaringly obvious to the the reader, if not to the main character. I did like the writing style and voice, and if you can overlook the errors in favour of having so many new authors at our disposal, and many of them throwing out the tried and tested formula required by publishing houses, then you won't mind them. They didn't spoil my enjoyment of the book as they were mostly typos and perhaps auto-correct errors, or miss use of words that happen when a writer is in the zone and in a flow. There weren't any horribly awkward, clumsy sentences and the formatting was quite good, with a few minor issues.
Overall, I liked the book, and enjoyed the concepts and theme. It would have rated a 4 star review from me if it had been able to decide what it was from the beginning.