I just could not finish this book, which is insanely rare for me. I despised the character of Skye, and not in that 'villian you love to hate" way but in that "I want to put this book through a shredder" way. "Faithie" was too much of an underdeveloped doormat to be a sympathetic main characer, and her relationship with Flynn was not enough to make up for it. A third of the way through I had to simply give up or risk ripping the book apart.
It was an okay read. I like a little more depth to the characters in books and this book was not deep at all. If you want a quick, entertaining, and light read, then this is a good book to read.
This is chick lit and not even really good chick lit. The story has a lot of promise, but gets muddled and confusing in the middle. By the time the ending came, I really didn't care much about the characters.
I couldn't stand the character Skye, the heroine's younger sister. Do women like that really exist? Completely brainless, acts like a 12 year old instead of the 20 something year old she is. She was such a cartoon character devoid of any believability. The heroine was also unlikable because she's so wishy washy. Just about the only redeeming character was Flynn, the old boyfriend.
Cute book about what happens when you travel back home after a long hiatus and re-meet your high school sweetheart. Great "what-if" moments.