She’s suggested several means of escape but neither her teacher, Laura Reed, nor her Doctor, J. C. Fullerton, seem able to give her the leeway she needs to disappear — No, they think it’s best that she face the problem head on instead of running. Adults! They haven’t a clue!!
On top of everything else, now they’re spending tons of time together trying to get to the bottom of Misty’s problem!
Will they figure it out before the town gets involved? or before Misty does something desperate?
I just couldn’t put this down. It was so much more than a romance.
What I liked: While there are many players in this book, Misty and the people she turned to in her time of need are the focal points. It’s written in such a way that the romance is highlighted but so are the horrors of bullying and the terror of high school.
What I didn’t like: There were really a lot of players and even though I knew many of them from reading other books it was still a bit confusing at times.
|Source:||Harlequin via Netgalley|
|Series:||The Sweet Magnolias, #9|
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