A story of heading off to college and trying to fit in with the ‘popular’ crowd, and the things that can go wrong. The book had promise and was well written, but unfortunately I found it so tedious and such a slog to get through that I kept having to put it down. For the longest time I couldn’t tell what the book was supposed to be about. Since we know nothing of Clare’s background or the things she’s done, it’s really difficult to root for her or really even care. The story picks up a little about 1/3 of the way through, but then tailed off again, then picked up about 3/4 of the way through. Not my type of book, but perhaps others will be a fan.
Written by Christina McDonald
Christina McDonald is the USA Today bestselling author of Do No Harm, Behind Every Lie and The Night Olivia Fell (Simon & Schuster/Gallery Books), which has been optioned for television by a major Hollywood studio. She’s currently working on her next book.