Review I read this one as part of a Goodreads buddy read, and I want to thank everyone who read it with me! This was a love story about two friends Sloane and Emily. Like all good love stories, the two main characters have to deal with distance, misunderstandings, and other obstacles that threaten to keep them apart, and the reader is forced to simply go along for the ride. Emily is almost painfully shy, but she has a secret…
I haven’t read a book like this in a long time. I mostly read romance centered YA, in various genres, but this–this was something different. There were romantic elements, but it was all apart of a much bigger mystery, and I have to admit, I liked it.
This story is told from the points of view of three very different teenagers, Nick, Ruby, and Jessica.
This is my favorite type of Mystery novel. It kept me guessing until the very end and had a sweet romance on the side.
Because of the synopsis, I was expecting this story to be told mainly from Laurie’s point of view, but actually the character of Charles was a more prominent figure than Laurie herself.
Tristan Hyde and Jill Jekel are distant descendants of the infamous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. They both have an interest in chemistry like their ancestors, and Tristan has another dangerous similarity to Mr. Hyde.
I freaked out after I read the synopsis for this book. I will admit that it was the similarities to Dexter that attracted me to this story. This book, however, was not Dexter,and that is a good thing.
I have wanted to read this book for months. The author was kind enough to give me a copy about three moths ago, but right when I was about to start reading…
The final portion of this book was extremely satisfying!
Tessa is having a difficult time with he information she received about her parents at the end of part two so she sets out to prove their innocence.