I literally only got this to see how truly bad it was. After reading the reviews I was so curious. Wow. On the very first page I was ready to put it down. However, it's so short that I decided to just read the whole thing to see what a joke it is. Took me about an hour but only because I was taking care of my crawling 11 mo son while reading it. First of all everything you'll read in the other reviews is spot on. The tenses change constantly even within the same sentence. It's overly detailed and things that have been mentioned or should have been implied are repeated. Then on top of that there're details that are completely unnecessary to mention. The story has absolutely no flow, no point, no character development, no plot development, no beginning middle or end. The writing is so elementary it makes my 7 year old niece's writing look like "A Tale of Two Cities." Also, there is random cursing throughout. Very random. Here's some points no one mentioned yet. The dialogue is so fake and forced it makes you feel uncomfortable as if you were witnessing these conversations in real life even though you know you're reading a fictional story. Also, it switches points of view in the middle of thoughts. Sometimes it's from Simon's point of view, then it switches to Tania.
I decided about halfway through that the author is either a child or an ESL writer, maybe both. So I clicked on the link that she had listed at the end of this "story." I found jack until I went to her Facebook page. Apparently she speaks French and English. That's the only reasonable explanation I could come up for why this book is just a flaming pile of excrement.
She has a series called "Bitten" which is so typically about vamps. The reviews aren't much better than this. The three or so fans that are eagerly awaiting the third in the series all seem to have given up because of the absurd amount of time it's taken her to complete the third novella.
This book is a testament to the saying "You can't judge a book by it's cover." She should spend less money on the graphics for her cover and more money or some basic writing lessons or an editor.
In conclusion, like me you'll probably enjoy reading the reviews more than the actual story. It's pretty good for a laugh though.