DNF at 13%-the first 13% is just basically repeating the events that chased Rachel out of town so many times that it is either excessive filler or the reader is supposed to be forced to pity Rachel. Poor Rachel, her dad embezzled the town. Poor Rachel, she has the Scarlet Letter because she kissed her ex-boyfriend’s friend. Poor Rachel, she has to hide herself and sneak around town so they won’t come after her with pitchforks. It was redundant and irritating.
Furthermore, it already made it abundantly clear that Gavin, the one she shared the controversial kiss with, is famous, handsome, perfect, and will be the hero and Prince Charming. I cannot finish this book and I cannot imagine how it is the third book in a series.
Please note: an electronic copy of this review was generously provided via LibraryThing’s EarlyReviewer Program in exchange for an honest review.