- File Size: 1712 KB
- Print Length: 509 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Inkitt (October 10, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 10, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MAUYQT0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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On a personal note, the whole thing was predictable except for the big reveal, so going through the entire book with Lacey was a bit taxing at times, if only because I happened to be that person in the audience screaming at the girl to not go into the room. I know, fun-killer. If I were a teenager, I'd probably enjoy this book a lot more. All the drama and "major secrets" seemed appropriate for high schoolers. I was kind of shocked at some things (woo!) but otherwise, the second half of the book started to drag. If I were more invested with certain characters, I would not have minded the extra chapters that lingered, but I wasn't, so they felt more like HEA fluff.
Overall, this is a book that I wouldn't read again, but would definitely recommend for the eager beaver drama-devourers.
Apparently, during the two years she couldn’t remember, she somehow changed from a normal human being to an amazingly beautiful first-class bitch. And now she doesn’t much like the person she became.
Her doctor suggests that her family can help her recover her memories, but her parents are no help at all. In fact, during the time she remains in the hospital they barely visit her at all, although they have apparently practically lived there while she was in the coma. And Lacey doesn’t do much to help herself recover her memories. She feels she can’t trust her friends to know that she doesn’t remember everything, so she does her best to hide the fact from them. The boyfriend, in particular, seems anxious that she should not remember anything, particularly about the accident that caused her coma.
The only people who are the least help are Lacey’s brother James and Finn, the sexy guy who is not her boyfriend. She does trust James enough to ask about the past two years, and he tells her their parents have been separated for about that long. Finn lets her borrow his computer to spy on the person she has become and also does some investigating on his own. Her parents’ separation seems to have somehow fueled her transformation into a popular bitch, but Lacey has a much harder time trying to figure out why she is more attracted to Finn than to her supposed boyfriend. And once she begins to remember bits of her past, she also has trouble trying to understand why he is her boyfriend in the first place.
The story is engaging and keeps your attention all the way through. However, there are some elements that are a little far-fetched. Like how Lacey manages to not only graduate from high school but even gets the scholarship that she thought she needed to sleep her way to merely by dint of hard work. She somehow makes up for not only two months in a coma and about another month of not doing much except hanging out with Finn but also at least several months before that of mostly drinking and hard partying even before the accident.
There are some major stylistic nuisances, however. Lacey can’t manage to lay eyes on either Finn or Derek (the boyfriend) without remarking again how hot and good-looking they are. And her repeated references to monkeys in her stomach that act up every time she sees Finn (as in every time she so much as glances over at him again) are cute at first, but after thirty chapters they start to get a little old. The same with the full-body blushes at his every utterance. If some of these references were trimmed down, the book could probably be 25% shorter.
This was different, sometimes a good different, sometimes not. I’m not sure how a coma affects anything or if the affects differ but this girl just seemed really, really dense.
I was basically rolling my eyes for the most part. This girl just couldn’t seem to grasp the obvious concepts or connect the obvious dots.
I mean, it’s rather obvious you’re extremely close to Finn and yet you’re thinking you’re exes? And when she meets Derek’s mom and finds out that she’s married to Finn’s dad and you ask if they could possibly be step-brothers? What else could they possibly be?
The writing was alright, except for constantly repeating that Finn and Derek look like models, over and over basically through the whole book. I think I hate the word model now.
Besides the girl being dense and the model thing, the pace was great for the plot of the book, though the cover would most likely make me avoid this one if I had found this on my own, that and the title. I’m glad that I volunteered to read this from the publisher, it was a fun, enjoyable read.
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