A dream is fleeting
True love, divine
Your life is your own
It's all in your mind.
It's all in your mind indeed. This book starts making you think as if you're one of the characters and you catch yourself choosing sides. Yes, it's logical to be on Sophie's side. She is akin to the victim. But what if David had reasons for why he behaved the way he did? Sounds suspicious? Well, I can't tell you more than what I think or I'll be ruining the ending for you.
Initially, there is a sense of security about the way David looks out for Sophie. Maybe, he's just a little over-protective you think. And then the layers start peeling off and in its place you see a sinister being.
The only reason this book loses one star from me is because of the formatting. The fonts tend to switch when the perspectives change and after a few chapters of this, it becomes irritating. Asterisks or some form divider instead of changing fonts maybe? But this is a matter of preference and has little to do with RaShelle's fantastic writing skills.
Looking for something to read this weekend? Then, I recommend this.
Offensive content?: Yes, I would rate it PG13
Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author through Orangeberry Book Tours. I did not receive any payment in exchange for this review nor was I obligated to write a positive one.