I have to admit, the mystery had me really curious and had me reading so fast, I really just want to know everything. The story does have a good plot but up until perhaps the last thirty percent of the novel, I wasn’t really connected with the characters. They were barely interesting to be honest even Leah, the main character herself.
It was only when the mysteries are finally beginning to unravel that I became invested with Leah and the unfortunate situation her misplaced trust brought her in and I started to empathize with her. Good thing the last few chapters of the book made up for what I thought was lacking in the beginning to still make the novel indeed a twisty read.