Now, Ven lives in Raven’s penthouse apartment, kisses Raven’s boyfriend, and obeys every order from Raven’s dad, Titus Rogen—the very man who created her. But Ven has a secret plan. She doesn’t want Raven’s life. She wants her own.
In the action-packed sequel of Imitation, Ven wages a dangerous war against Titus. First she’ll free herself, then she’ll free every last Imitation. . . .
This is a new release of the previously self-published title.
Have you ever assumed a story was going one way, only to be completely taken aback when you find out that you were ENTIRELY WRONG? Because that totally happened to me right around the middle of the story. I don't think I have ever been that wrong before...
Because of that, I read the rest of the book second guessing everything. Which I'm grateful for, in a way, because I was anticipating something else to happen - and was slightly less crushed when the inevitable happened.
It ends on a cliffhanger, because Heather is clearly a sadist and wants me to suffer.