Despite finding the cover catchy, I'm afraid I didn't find the book as appealing as I thought. Where you should finish the read in a matter of hours, I spent six days reading the book instead. I had to put it down from time to time mainly because of the writing, which I found way too rushed, and it definitely didn't let me connect with the characters. Time passes too easily, one moment Lauren is making an appointment and the next thing you know she already came back from it and she's making plans for a new one. Meanwhile, some big events/reveals take place, but apparently everyone keeps carrying on pretty well with their lives like it's not a big deal after all. Unfortunately, I couldn't get close to the characters, their reactions didn't sound believable, and rushing every scene most certainly didn't help the cause.
It's a shame because the storyline could have been a compelling one, but with such a poor development it just didn't stand out. However, this is a debut novel and with some improvement I can see the author delivering a good story.