While I could connect with Tate, I could not connect with the character of Laura. There was something about her that seemed off and it just left me cold. I really enjoyed the supporting cast of characters. Maggie, Vita, and Krystal really deserve their own story. While I could not connect with Laura, I fell in love with how strong and supportive they were.
While reading the story, I thought I had it all figured out but surprisingly there were a few twists and turns that kept me reading the story. I would definitely recommend Something True by Karelia Stetz-Waters for people to read. I give this story 4/5 Platypires.
About the author:
Karelia Stetz-Waters is an English professor by day and writer by night (and early morning). She has a BA from Smith College in Comparative Literature and an MA in English from the University of Oregon. Other formative experiences include a childhood spent roaming the Oregon woods and several years spent exploring Portland as a broke 20-something, which is the only way to experience Oregon's strangest city.
Her other works include The Admirer, The Purveyor, and Forgive Me If I've Told You This Before. She lives with her wife, Fay, her pug dog, Lord Byron, and her cat, Cyrus the Disemboweler.
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