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"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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As for Cole and Oakley will they be able to fight this together?? Will they manage to pull through. She deserves the best and i believe he is the one to give that to her but can she figure that out for herself and will she rip them apart first to prove he deserves better..
Even though i have never gone through this and id hope no one in my family does this author makes me feel like im right there with them trying to piece together what happened and how they i can help her over come this
Even though i couldnt put this down and highly recommend it i believe that the author may need to look at her beta readers or editor as there was alot of mistakes mainly missing or added words meaning sentences didnt really make sense but atill well worth a read
While we do learn quite a bit about the two main characters, the other characters remain, for the most part, underdeveloped. By the time the great mystery at the center of the book is revealed, the energy of the story felt deflated to me. Once I realized there was a sequel, then it made more sense why less time was spent developing other characters as they may have their chance in the future to be developed more fully in other story lines.
Other reviewers have commented that this book might have been better categorized in the Young Adult section. I would tend to agree with this assessment, if not for the fact of the content of the story which (without spoilers) would not be appropriate for younger readers. I do realize that there are many books in the YA category that are much more graphic, both in story, and in dialogue, but the fact remains, that the book does give the disclaimer at the beginning "Reader discretion is advised" and I see no reason to disagree with this caution.
Despite my more critical assessments above, I did enjoy meeting these two characters. I appreciated the loyalty of Cole throughout of the book. I really can't say much about Oakley without spoiling the story for other readers. What I will say is that she is a fighter and her strength was one of the positive aspects which made this book more enjoyable than I at first thought it would be.