I was glued to the book from the very first page. Enjoyed the style of the novel was written – the three timelines narrated by three main characters.
After many years of suffering from OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), Sky finally found a man who did not only accepted her quirky behavior, but loved and shared her passion, future goals, and showered her with his attention. After a short six months, Burke proposed, and another six months later they exchanged their vows in a lavish ceremony in front of family and friends.
However, the happiness was short-lived. After the spectacular honeymoon, Sky returned home to a devastating discovery. Burke, the man that vowed to love and protect her for the rest of her life turned out to be an imposter. More than that, Sky and Burke’s history was way more complicated… it began more than twenty years earlier and involved her mother and… Burke’s real wife.
I must say, I could not put the novel down till probably 2/3 of the book. It turned into a sappy love triangle afterward. Unfortunately, I was disappointed with the ending, and in my opinion, it didn’t stand up to a strong begging of the novel. Thank you, NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press publisher for a free and advanced copy of the novel.
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