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I'm not going to do a normal review because there is no way this story should be spoiled. Like not. at. all. Trust me. I'm the queen of reading the ending first. It took massive amounts of will power to not skip several times. But I'm so so so glad I didn't.
I really can't say anything other than this is a twisty tale that blew my ever lovin' mind. I have to admit by about 50% I was pretty sure of all the connections but to the extent and history and how the ending would be resolved, I had no idea at all.
There are two stories being told at once. Annabelle got in trouble and is on 6 months of probation to be served at a senior center. There she meets Jezebel who tells her the tale of Celeste.
There is a romance or really a couple of romances playing out in the story but this book is so much more than that. It is truly not anything like the traditional romance I usually read.
There are so many layers and hints at the hidden elements you just don't see coming that when I look back, it's like I was hit in the face with them and just didn't know it. Since the writing is absolutely perfectly brilliantly well done, captivating me with the story knowing there was a huge downfall ahead, the ending caught me off guard. That honestly doesn't happen much.
Am I happy with the ending? That is the million dollar question. I'm not sure. I guess yes I am and no I'm not. I'm rarely this conflicted after finishing a story but I am content in a weird way. And honestly I'm not sure what that says about me. There's a deviousness to this story that is beyond anything I read even when I read "dark" romances. Here's the obvious devious deeds at the end, but as I look back, the whole storyline is one big devious undertaking after another kept so well hidden and that just blows my mind.
The only thing I wish I could change about this and add to the story is one final scene from Annabelle's dad. I do so wish I could hear his final thoughts. K. Larson be a gem and give that to me, please! I am literally begging.
I'll stop rambling. Now I just wish I had a buddy or two to discuss this epic story with. I need to decompress or I won't sleep a wink tonight.
What. The. Heck. For starters I guessed who was who about halfway through the book. Though it was well written, the plot was pretty far out there and there was a lot of unanswered questions. How did Gabriel know Celeste was the "key"? How did Dr. B really die? How did she know Gabriel was going to try and kill her? How did she survive? It also didn't seem likely that Celeste would happen to start working for her long lost grandfather. Why didn't he take her in, why was she adopted? And the fact that she would hold a grudge for so long and punish children who had nothing to do with Gabriel's deceit. Celeste knew Gabriel's work was secretive and dangerous. She didn't care enough to do anything when he told her about the failed field test. Only when it affected her. The ending was such a disappointing plot twist. Especially for Annabelles character who began redeeming herself.
I did like it...only until the end.
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