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- Print Length: 204 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 154815041X
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0737GYCXZ
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- Lending: Enabled
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Can't wait to see what Emma Tharp comes up with next.
All the components for a great mystery and romance story is there. A missing girl, a friend holding on, two friends coming together in their grief and finding love. The problem for me is that the components just never came together. Kate, who is in her last year of college and preparing for grad school, comes across like a high school kid versus a young adult. She is so unsure of herself and her decisions. A good example is when she finds evidence in Willow's room , she has to ask if she should bring it to the police and then when told yes, she forgets all about it. Everyone in town is determined to "move on" and assume Willow is dead but, even so, Kate refuses to publicly acknowledge that she and River as together because of what everyone will think. In book two, she makes decisions that make absolutely no sense based on what she knows of the situation before Willow went missing and is constantly second guessing herself and leaving River confused.
The pacing is very slow, especially in book two (Poor Lane, Kate was always so exhausted.). Evidence and revealed truths are few and far in between with the majority of the pages spent on Kate's inner monologues and her leading Lane on. The ultimate "truth" of what happened to Willow was both anti-climactic and overdone.
Unfortunately, I just found this overtly angst ridden and repetitious. I'm not sure why a duet was needed and feel had the author pulled back some of the repeated scenes that this would have worked as a single romance/mystery book.
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