The copy of this book I was given is an ARC, so I will speak of no errors I may have or may not have found.
Let me begin by saying that anyone that knows me, knows this is not typically the sort of book I would read. I don't know what made me tell Savannah Mae that I would review it, but whatever force there maybe had whispered in my ear, I'm glad they did. It's rare that a novel that comes along that makes you feel the things this one does.
I was speaking with my friend Emilie earlier and telling her "I only have a hundred pages left of this book. I don't know if I have to mail it back to Savannah or not or I'd let you borrow it cause I think you'd love it." And every word was true.
This story follows the lives of several people; Morgan, a seventeen year old high school senior; Dinah, her mother. TJ Hill, Morgan's calculus teacher; and Rain, TJ's wife. It's a story of scandal, betrayal, seduction, lies and love. Morgan and TJ begin to have an affair and are caught. The story bounces between the trial and the true events of the sordid affair.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I liked that the reader is able to sympathize which each main character. From Morgan believing she's an adult due to her mother being too busy with her younger twin brothers, to TJ actually believing things he lied about, to Rain's loyalty to her husband through all of it, to Dinah wanting to protect her daughter. The book will definitely grip the reader and not want to let go. I know I wished I had an entire to read it in one sitting and was sad every time I had to close it to get sleep due to my schedule.
I know this story will stay with me for a while. I look forward to reading this author's other works and wish her much success.
I give this book 5 of 5 paws