Victoria starts college with a car full of belongings, a few new friends, and no memory of her life before she made it to campus. When two mysterious young men vie for her attention, the mystery of her past gets even more complicated.
- Victoria’s lost memory is immediately intriguing.
- The use of multiple points of view is effective for building suspense and weaving in foreshadowing and background details.
- It’s rare that I enjoy a major romance, especially a love triangle, but Carter’s, Tobey’s, and Victoria’s lives are so deeply shrouded in mystery, that the developing feelings were intriguing through most of the story.
- I’m glad that I gave this author another try. While I strongly disliked her recent work, this storyline was stronger, and I enjoyed getting to know Victoria and her secrets.
- The rich boy savior tripe is painful in parts. Not particularly feminist.
- There was a confusing setting inconsistency at the end, and the ending as a whole was a bit anticlimactic. I was especially disappointed that I didn’t learn any real details about Victoria’s memory loss.