Top critical review
on 29 June 2014
This book was completely different from the first book, but not in a good way. To be honest I found it a little boring as it mostly just focused on Hunters MS and Lorrie being unable to concentrate because she was anxious about Marco.
In fact,that was all the book really focused on, with Hunter living with Lorrie and her Aunt and Uncles family when he come to find her, bring the kittens in tow.
Yes, they both helped the other person be stronger to cope with their own battles, but Lorrie still acted a little immature.
I don't know why, but book this book and the previous seemed to read in the past tense. We were reading events that were happening at the time, but the language used read as in the past. VERY annoying.
I'm kinda sad to admit that I am glad that both this book and the series has finished.