So started out rather engaging, and then new plot lines opened up and I thought hey this might be a clever trail but then another and another with either quick conclusions or left open for a sequel I presume. I see now there is a prequel which might clear up some but didn't connect with the characters enough. Some spots were well written and I enjoyed the blending of word choices. More often however, I kept reading because I love conclusions and this book left me without one on several plot lines that I found interesting.
This was my first book by Marie Hall so I can't speak to her writing style in other series but the style in this moment series 1 book was fast paced and I believe it is because many of her paragraphs were one or two sentences and made a read thru quick. Her characters faced very real and heart-wrenching situations. I don't want to give too much away but some of the character's trials might hit chose to home and send readers spiraling but Hall is good to your heart and worth the risk of continuing till the end. I was pleased to see there will be a book 2. The concept of this series is fascinating because I couldn't agree more that there are moments in our lives, where one decision can lead us forever down a path and we can never go back to that crossroad again. The idea of stories based on showing various life-changing moments for these characters can touch on a variety of subjects yet explore how we all face crossroads at various times and yet our paths can lead us to walk with very good friends who will support and strengthen us on our own journey (as well as visa versa.) overall this book is most certainly worth the read and I look forward to her continuation in this series and might read some of her other works as well.
Some of the plot lines were intriguing yet were never explored and sorry but you walk in on you ex (even if you are fated to be together) and he's surrounded by naked women (which hello she walked in our her bf and his slut which ended that relationship), seems a bit unbelievable that she'd put that out of her mind and cave into his ways. There is some seriously disturbed mental issues that need to be addressed there Lanie!
Definitely preferred this book to rock the heart. I actually am now more interested in rock the bed. Glad I kept reading the series although I'm kind of like that as a reader, li like to know the end of it all.