I had been holding off on reading this book for awhile now. I’m not quite sure why. I wasn’t in the mood for an MC book. I had other things I wanted to read. Lots of different things. But I am now kicking myself for waiting. This is one of the best MC books I’ve ever read. It’s different. It’s a bit toned down than other MC books. A lot of what happens is implied. Yes there is sex. And yes what you get to see is amazingly hot. But there isn’t a ton of it, even though you know they are having it. There is violence. You get to see some, but a lot of it is implied also. Its kind of the best of both worlds. You get some but its not constantly pushed into your face.
Bowie, wow. I liked him. A lot. He was really perfect for Shay. Yes they had their differences and disagreements but it worked. Pretty much right away. It was one of those things that everything aligns and comes together just right. Which is totally strange to say regarding an MC book. Which I think is why I loved this book so much and why it held my attention so well.
If you’re into MC books, read this. If you aren’t, read it anyway. It has a lot of what is in typical MC books but there is a ton you wouldn’t normally read. And that last line. You’re going to want to contact Emily Minton IMMEDIATELY and ask her when we get answers. Cause thats what I’m about to do.