Eighteen year-old Kelsey Rien is more than ready to leave her past behind her.
Wanting nothing more than to walk into a room without everyone knowing the horrific details of an event that changed her life six years ago, she vows to concentrate on school and make something of herself.
But then she meets Kane Riley - the local bad boy. Kane's reputation is far from perfect, but is there more to him than what everyone else sees?
Kelsey soon learns that you can’t run from your past, no matter how hard you try. When her nightmares find her once again, Kelsey must find the courage to face the demons that have been haunting her and save the people she loves most.
~First I want to say that I wish that this book was longer. I didn't want it to end. I was totally sucked into the connection that Kelsey has with Kane, but at the same time I didn't know where it was coming from.
Kelsey has definitely been through some hard times, things that most people would never be able to handle. I do wish that there had been a little more details about when her demons come back for her, it seemed as if it just happened out of nowhere and then it was over.
I could have used a bit more details on why the sudden change in Nate as well. One minute he's cool, and BAM... he's not cool. Did not see that coming.
Kane has also been through his fair share of crap in his life and dealt with it in ways that produced the 'bad boy' image. I was instantly in love with how he acted around Kelsey, even with her being so judgmental.
I LOVED Kane's grandparents! They're the kind of people everyone wishes they had in their lives. The same goes for Jessi and her friendship with Kelsey. How can you NOT love a best friend like that.
I loved the honesty in this book between Kelsey and Kane, and I wanted to slap Kelsey when she jumps the gun on her feelings, but being a female, sometimes you let emotions get the better of you.
We could all use guys like Kane in our lives and I can't wait to see what else Amanda Stone gives to read.
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