When Sasha’s best friend Xavier gets back together with his cheating ex, Ivy, Sasha knows she needs to protect him. So she poses as a guy online to lure Ivy away.
But Sasha’s plan goes sickeningly wrong. And she soon learns to be careful of who you pretend to be because you might be surprised by who you become…
“It made me feel so good, it wasn’t even safe. Feeling that good could kill a person.”
Bummer man. This book had potential. It had GREAT potential actually. And it’s frustrating because the beginning started out so strong and profound. Part one absolutely blew me away. But then something happened. It was like the entire story shifted and shut down. Basically by the end of the book, it was all foreplay and no climax. Which let’s face it: that sucks.
A lot of the story elements were sloppy and lazy. Elements that are cliche and typically done in a lot of YA books. But after part one, the author didn’t feel like she didn’t need to execute it the way it needed to anymore, that’s the only thing I can think of.
The only cool part of this story was the cat-fishing element. That’s about all I can think of that I liked.
“Bad Girls sink their teeth in.
Bad Girls use every weapon they have.
Bad Girls know there is no right and no wrong. There is just what you’re willing to do. What you need to do.”
To me, there was no mystery in this book. I picked up on a lot of the things each time they were mentioned or even insinuated. There was no plot so the story felt like it was all over the place. The characters don’t have any growth- they stayed pretty two dimensional the entire time, which was boring in most parts.
Basically, I was glad the book ended the way it did. And I was even more glad when I was finally finished with it.