Their romance is also build on a long-ish friendship if you’re not counting the years they lost sight of each other and I’m a sucker for that.
I love how they both talk about this though. Communication is so damn important in every relationship.
No, this is a story about recovery. And it’s a good one, a hopeful one.
They are just… they’re true somehow? Like, they are young adults
The story is nicely paced and I enjoyed Eddie and Wish’s relationship very much.
This reads like your usual british crime fiction, which I enjoy very much.
I was really sucked into the world of each different girl and time flew by while I was reading
I came to like both Briony and Theosophy on their own, their relationship?
I was seriously entertained, though. So much so, that I read High Contrast in one sitting.
The love triangle makes sense – coming from me, a passionate hater – and even the insta-love can be forgotten.