Logan McPherson is devastatingly handsome, fearless, and haunted by deadly ties. Elle Sterling is breathtakingly beautiful, determined, and in harm's way. They should have parted. They didn't. And now time is running out. One hundred sixty-eight hours. That's all that remains. While Logan fights to save them, Elle is forced to make a choice that could change everything.
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Seriously, the heroine has got to be the stupidest woman in the world. I totally understand the mental trauma she’d experienced (and continued to) but there is no excuse for being an idiot. Each time she brushed something off, great disappear and pain followed yet she continued to ignore all the red flags and evidence. On top of it all, she was setup which should have led to life in prison, but did she stay away from the person who she knew intentionally put her livelihood at risk and set her up….. you got it NOPE. All with the rational that,” I just love my niece so much I can’t afford to lose one second with her,” never mind, that if it wasn’t for Logan’s brilliance, the setup would have led to her never seeing her niece again, because she would have spent the rest of her life in prison. . Likewise, every assumption she made was wrong, well, not most of the time but 100% of the time, (it’s more apt to say someone in a coma state) could’ve comprehended the warnings, hints, and in many cases visual proof ( a picture (behaviors of others) is worth a 1,000 words and all) presented to her. After being wrong at every instance, anyone would have been able to figure out, maybe there is something wrong with the decisions and assumptions I’ve been making, not Elle. She willingly placed herself in danger and made horrible theories (maybe the Author forgot to mention she was mentally slow). OK, I’m done with the rants. I have nothing good to say about her other than she really loved her niece, Clementine, and was very forgiving. Overall, the book was OK, not great. It was a distraction from boredom, I would not have purchased it if not for that. I can say, there were twist and turns in the plot and each time you thought the book was going in one direction, boom, it changed. If you love stories with twist and turns, this one would be good for you. Warning, if this is your first book by this author, I urge you to try another one of her series first (you will be able to better assess her writing skills) . Logan (the hero), was a great character and consistently sacrificed himself for everyone he knew. Both he and his family. As with other stories, it was sad at times (this one more often than not) and I can only remember the brief times she was with her niece and Logan’s relationship with his father and grandfather as the only happiness the book possessed. This one was a cliffhanger, and I only purchased book two because I was curious (nosey) about how it would end.