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- File size : 2369 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 402 pages
- Publisher : Jordan Ford Books (April 12, 2019)
- ASIN : B07NZD6SDH
- Publication date : April 12, 2019
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #186,936 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Can't wait to read the next book in the series
This was an interesting book. I can't say I have ever read a book where the main guy was described as Jed. He's usually the best friend, sidekick or the comic relief. And in books 1 and 2, this is exactly what he was, but in book 3, he became the leading man. I know this was Skylar's book; her journey, her mystery but to me, it was all about Jed. This guy's heart is as big as he describes his body. He always put others first. His sweetness is unmatched. Skylar and Harley were both lucky to have him choose them. It broke my heart to hear him describe and criticize himself even in his mind. I hate that we live in a world where appearance ranks as a higher quality than character. Jed is worth 100 Craigs. He made Skylar worthy. In the previous books, the only things she had going for her was her pretty face and her parent's bank account. With Jed's help and her own strength, she discovered a much better person inside. Now she's actually beautiful.
This was a more serious book than the others. There is trauma's after-effects, a crime, and a cover-up. The mystery was handled perfectly. It was always present but never overshadowed the characters. The subject matter is difficult and could trigger certain readers but it is treated delicately. It is appropriate for the story; never sensationalized or made sexy. There are a few twists along the way and it never loses its seriousness. Skylars many fears are all justified and addressed. The other parts of the story were of friendship and of falling in love. They were realistic and sweet. Very enjoyable. Now I am looking forward to Lettie's story. Little Miss has so much pain. I can't wait for her to find her happy.
As Skylar works to get her life back on track, and her memory starts to return, she and everyone around her begin to realize that not only have they changed, so has she, but they still need to deal with what happened to her. When she finally does get her memory back, she realizes that her old way of life may be a little harder to overcome, but with Jed's and her new group of friends' help, she'll have to face not only what happened to her, but make sure that it never happens to anyone else.
Definitely one of those subjects that is hard to read about and you cannot imagine ever happening to your child. It does happen, and they do need people around them to support them and help them in whatever way they need. I like how Skylar grows. It isn't immediate, but seeing how happy Savvy and Aidan are with Griffin and Harley, and that her comfort with her old friends is gone, she feels lonely and Jed is there to help her see that she can get through this and that there are people that care for her. She eventually starts to embrace the change in herself that the accident brought about. The overall series is about growing, but over each book, they continue to grow. A great YA series, but with some sensitive subjects.