Think of the 'mean girls' in an extended story.
The love between Toni and Ryan just makes a target for the 'mean girls' and turns it into a tragedy.
Love, tragedy, and reunion--this is the story of Toni and Ryan.
I liked Chevy Stevens first book, didn't like her second but wanted to give her another chance, I got an ARC copy and am so glad I did! This is very well written (a few typos but not bad), the chapters alternate between the past when they are teens and the present but it was so hard to put it down, I took it on vacation and read every chance I got.
I'm not a reader of romances but this is a different kind of romance story involving a tragedy.
I received an ARC of this book and held off reading it because I can't use it in swap games. However since I loved all her previous books, I picked it up one night and finished the second! It was a thrilling mystery with twists and turns and I dare you to put it down until you finish! Five stars!
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Small town, murder and lives lost in more than the typical way were the major themes for this book. Toni tells this story, but from three different points in time with chapters nicely headlined as to what time period she is narrating from and I loved how the weaved together. From the beginning, the author sets the stage that Toni's sister has been murdered and Toni and her not so clean cut boyfriend are found guilty for the murder, although they preach from the beginning that they are completely innocent. The reader must decide at some point whether they are convinced that she is speaking the truth or really did commit the crime.