Wynn Larimer is arrested for kidnapping two teenage girls but she’s innocent. Things don’t help her because she has a poor memory but she knows she’s been set up but not who and why.
I couldn’t quite get into the book as much as I would have liked. Perhaps it was because of the constant change of POVs and time-hopping. There wasn’t much romance as it was more a mystery novel.
I must admit I was quite surprised finding out who did it but I felt the delivery could’ve been better. I thought that certain leads could have been followed by the police but they didn’t, making them somewhat incompetent. I couldn’t grasp how Wynn reacted when she found out who it was that framed her.
Review also posted on Goodreads.
I was given a copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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