About the Book
I had some struggles with this book that I didn't have with the first book. I wound up with confusing chunks of the dialog that didn't flow, and were defying my comprehension. That's so unusual for me that I finally read them out loud to someone else in hopes of gaining added clarity. When that wasn't successful I settled into reading through those parts and not worrying about them not making sense. With that out of the way the rest was more interesting. I don't like the doctor in this book at all, and I still haven't a clue how the hierarchy of some of the villains really worked.
I did learn two new words. Cray-Cray, which makes me want to go eat crawfish every time I read it, and foo. Past a band name, that one was very odd so I looked it up as well. Turns out that one has several definitions that could fit, the top one being a Scottish variation of the word how.
I did feel for Vikki when she found out what she had endured as a child, although exactly what happened to her was muddled. I remain uncertain of the depth of what she went through, but she doesn't remember what happened the way any of the rest of us would. It was one of the few times I connected with her during this story. The ending isn't at all what I expected, nor how I wanted things to resolve. Now I have more questions than answers and await the third book in this series expecting it to contain complete answers to the mysteries and hopefully several HEA's.
About the Author
Guest Post from Chautona Havig
WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH NOT SEEING?
VIKKI JEFFRIES, IS ALMOST THE ANTITHESIS OF ELLA IN THAT RESPECT.
PHILIPPIANS 4:8, “…WHATEVER IS TRUE.”
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