This may sound strange, but I enjoy reading books about people who are dealing with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). That reason alone caused me to want to read this book and I wasn’t disappointed.
This book is short, fairly fast-paced, and it kept my attention from start to finish.
I thought the history between Sage and Trey made the story more interesting and the romance more believable.
One thing that I really liked was having to wait to guess who the “bad guy” was. I suspected different people at different times, usually coming back to the same couple of people, but I was never sure about them until close to the end. I also loved trying to visualize the setting: an earthquake-ravaged opera house. My imagination had a lot of fun with that! 😉
My favorite scene? (view spoiler)
Overall… Good book! I really enjoyed it and I’m totally open to reading more books by Dana Mentink!
Note: I won this book through a giveaway on Goodreads. I was not required to give a review, positive or otherwise. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
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