I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Megan Hart
Released: March 4, 2014
Published by St. Martin's Griffin
“This part brings us a bit of that push and pull that Simone and Elliott keep going through.” ~Under the Covers
This series is becoming a bit of a tease. Just when things start working out for me and I’m getting into the story, the end of the “serial” part comes. This is also difficult to review and rate as these “parts” are not extremely long. And I do think this book would feel different had it been released as a full novel.
That being said, this part brings us a bit of that push and pull that Simone and Elliott keep going through. Just when I think Elliott has decided to admit what he wants is exactly what Simone is offering, he gets cold feet about it and backs up.
These are both conflicted characters that have a lot of their own issues. Simone, even though she’s so strong on the outside, is delicate and easy to hurt on the inside. Seeking love and acceptance, to feel safe. And when the ground she’s standing on starts to shake, she goes back to what she knows can feel safe. I wasn’t necessarily a fan of that in this part.
I think there are good things to come from these two from here and as their pasts coming to the light.
*ARC provided by publisher
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