I really didn't get what the big deal was about this. I mean, after reading the countless raving reviews of the book, I was expecting much more.
I mean, the plot was intriguing. The characterization was note-worthy. But it was S.L.O.W. Like dragging with no energy slow. And it became tedious after a while of hearing Natsya bitch about every possible thing in her surrounding.
After reading something so long, I could at least expect a better ending. God, was I disappointed.
I really don't get the fact how she could forgive Aidan after what she did to her.
All bark and no bite.
The book was brimming over with so much angst, so much anger, so much bitterness, that it was just exhausting to sort through the myriad emotions.
I couldn't connect to any of the characters, maybe except Drew. Everyone thing was so convoluted that it was like running in freaking circles.
There was simply no understanding of Natsya on my part. I could get her anger at everything. But she was nothing short of weird at times. Why would she go to Josh's garage in the first place? Just to look at him work? And, would please someone tell me the reason for the enormous heartbreak between Josh and Natsya? She really was beyond my understanding.