I’ve read most of Megan O’Brien’s books and I have to say that for me she’s an author that usually writes great sex scenes but lacks a bit in the plot department.
I found this book a bit repetitive (the characters spend a good part of the book second guessing themselves once and again about their conflicts) and a bit clichéd (“it’s not you, it’s me” breakup argument). Even the author seems a bit apologetic about the use of these clichés as she points them in the book. I’ve found the sex scenes hot and well described but the rest of the plot drag down a bit.
However, this book was good to raise my awareness in cyber bullying which is an issue that I’ve never paid much attention to. Now I think that I really should as I have two boys who love the internet and could be potentially victims without proper education and parents’ advice.
For the sex scenes and the the cyber bullying awareness I give it 3 stars but I found that sometimes reading this book was slow and boring.
I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.