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There isn't much character development. I had to keep reminding myself that everyone in this story is supposed to be an adult and not an impulsive pre-teen. I wanted to care about Kasey and Gina but it was a struggle. I thought Kasey was a spoiled brat and Gina a thin stereotype. Kasey wanders around town with a chip on her shoulder thinking everyone hates her. What happened and why is she staying there? We never find out why she stays in this town of idiots subjecting herself to stares and whispers and the eventual reason given for the stares and whispers is, in my opinion, lame. Federal agent Gina just happens to be in the area chasing a serial killer when a gruesome murder is discovered. She walks in, does zero police work and falls for Kasey. Not much else there.
Finally, I don't want to spoil the mystery angle, but......for a small town that is supposed to have little to no crime prior to the outbreak of this psycho killer they have a big police force. So big in fact that no one notices a look-a-like.
All in all, for me, this story was the equivalent of a Lifetime network movie - enough for a couple hours of mindless simplistic diversion but not enough to bring me back for a re-read.
I honestly couldn't stand the main characters personality. She reminded me of an overly dramatic teenager.