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Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2014
I have read several other books by this author, and she tends to be a bit too wordy and repetitive in her storytelling, and needs to "get to the point" sooner, in my opinion. Too many unimportant details are dragged out, and the reader can end up distracted and bored, and not really caring about any of the characters involved. On the other hand, in this book, one of the underlying key elements of the story is never directly addressed or explained (how/when/why Cat knew about Peter's 'activities', and the circumstances that led to their sexual relationship); an oversight that creates disappointment for the reader, considering that those two characters (along with Lulu) are the pivotal catalysts for the rest of the story development, and ultimately determine Maggie's fate. This book is not a 'must' read, but it's not a 'don't' read, either; just don't expect to be "wowed" by the story line, or any of the characters, if/when you do read it--nothing very unique or remarkable is offered!
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