This book is told from the first person point of view of L. Roxanne Zaborovsky, a programmer who gets intercepted from going to the 7-11 one night by two men. What follows is a non-linear story where time gets manipulated like a record being scratched by a DJ - forward and backward, reset and spliced, Roxy lives through the same situations a few times but with different variables. I read some of Liz Maverick's Crimson City novel, and I prefer her first person voice here to the third person voice in that start of the series. Roxy's story had an urgent pace, and the story flowed well. The comment I have would be similar to many other reviewers - I think because I expected this to have romance I noticed that the romance was cut short and really happens somewhat out of frame. Also the time travel confused me; I understood certain aspects of it but I couldn't always wrap my head around what affected what.
Ok. So I may be denser than some, but this storyline kept me hooked until the end. Yes, I kinda guessed the outcome, but the final bits were great. Liz Maverick revealed just enough but not too much as she pulled on the wires to keep the main characters jumping around.
i love this book! im reain a second time, i got so sucked in! 5 stars hands down