As someone who has also had issues not terribly dissimilar to Finley, I can say that, although her emotions made sense, her reactions did NOT. Not at all. I nearly threw my phone across the room several times just out of sheer frustration.
Then there is Brody. Ah, poor Brody. He was very much the victim of Finley’s selfish and childish behavior… right up until he became just as guilty. In fact, his thing was so grievous that I lost my entire focus and became completely detached from the story. It seemed entirely out of character, too.
It continues, and this story becomes so… back and forth… that it’s like watching a tennis match. I might have whiplash.
The editing was well done, and aside from a few past and present tense issues throughout, I do not have much to report there.
I award this book 2 platypires.