About the Book
Years from now this will be what I remember when I remember my spring break senior year. It will be this moment right here. The smell of chlorine on his skin. The way the sun dips slow into the water before it disappears. The first time I ever told a boy I loved him.
By this point we’re aware of Mary’s little “secret”. And there is mayhem to partake in. Remember how I said something like the difference between the first and second book was pretty intense when it came to the drama in the book? Well, this one makes the first book look like an adorable after school drama for little children.
I’m going to say it, because I can. This freaking series is paranormal. It should have been labeled this way, but for some reason publishers like to mislabel things to sell more books. I also like to call this, “lying”, but whatever.
There are quite a deal of feels to deal with in this book. What with trying to wrapped up many of the things (notice how I didn’t say everything, because there are still issues unresolved - and that’s just freaking frustrating), everything kinda gets thrown in and given a somewhat acceptable resolution.
Okay, so this series had so much potential. Be it via romance or horror or thriller or whatever type of ending they wanted to go with. But I feel the ending they picked was a cop out. It left me disappointed more than anything.