Recommended by a friend, I grabbed this book while it was free and read it over the weekend. Now, despite some mixed feelings I had with a few events and behaviours, I'm glad I gave this book a go and I wouldn't mind reading more from this author.
I can assure you I never got bored but, although especially the second part of the book was action packed, I felt like some events were a bit rushed and received a too 'easy' resolution... I also think that what everyone was looking for in the story could be seen like something unbelievable, but it does symbolise a hope we all have and I get that. What I couldn't seriously ignore were Cali's parents' actions. I can't honestly understand how a parent would carry on and be good with a decision that not only causes pain, but serious (irreparable) damage to their daughters. In this precise case, there is no amount of explanations that would personally make me change my mind and be forgiving.
Still, the book was quite suspenseful and with a heroine being the kick-ass type, a different, very interesting and fun first encounter between the couple, the meaning behind the title and some engaging twists and turns, the read was definitely entertaining.