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on Jan. 31, 2013 :
So, Sydney Hart, she's just like you and me may have been in our twenties, reckless, not sure what to do and with a hunger for fun, sex and irresponsibility. But life and dad keep wiggling the NO-NO finger right in her face. This book is racy, unstoppable, I had a hard time putting it down last night to go to sleep... even moreso, I never did, I fell asleep reading it, when my eyes were beaten down by the tiredness of the day. And this morning, I started re-reading the last few parts while having breakfast, and then I kept on reading until I finished.
It's one of those books that pulls you in right away, as soon as you open it. And the narrative is so good you can picture everything. I now know Sydney like I know my oldest friend, I know her likes and dislikes and I know who and what she is.
Then again... the crows... the "Witch"... sexy Michael... no, I can't talk about anything or I'll be spoiling it for you. But believe me, you'll be entrapped by the book and you won't be able to leave it's world. Sydney will hold you right beside her the whole time, and you'll live through her experiences. Do not think you can just read this book... no, you cannot, you will live in it... you will fall into it and be a part of the story. I wish I could tell you more, but that would ruin it for you. What I can give you is one of the funniest Sydney quotes in the book: "It was wasted on me, I guess, not like the visitors who came from overcrowded cities in the summer months. They acted as if they'd never seen a freaking hill, the sea, or sand before. Perhaps they hadn't."
(reviewed within a week of purchase)