Rating: 3 out of 5.

What’s it about
London is a broadway actor and recently she lost her parents in a fire and broke her leg trying to escape the house. She goes to live in Martha’s Vineyard where she meets Finn. He is her neighbour who is living there with his niece for the summer.

POV- dual first person 

HEA/HFN- yes 

Funny parts- some

Sad parts- a lot

Love triangle- no 

Insta-love – no

Cheating- no

Super insecure character- no

Trigger warning- no

Realistic scale- 1/5

Pick this up if
You like alpha male character. You like your romance with a bit (just a bit) of mystery. You enjoy a lot of drama. 

Don’t pick this up if
You don’t like a rushed ending. You don’t like controlling male characters. 

It was an extremely easy read and it’s one of those ‘one sitting books’. London was likeable for the most part so was Finn but the chemistry between them wasn’t really there. Finn was extremely controlling and he didn’t communicate with her even after she conveyed she wanted him to. The ending was a bit rushed and the suspicions circumstances around the tragic ‘accident’ was pushed under the rug through the entire book and was only brought up in the last 5%. I love Kristen Proby but this wasn’t my favourite of hers.

Pages- 288

Audiobook- 6h 22m
Narrators- Abby Craden and Joe Arden 


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