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    love conquers evryting, right?

    I liked the thought that love conquers all and that Paul and Emmy fight for their love. But it felt a little rushed towards the end of the book. It can’t be that easy to get away and hide from the evil, that’s determined to get them in line or destroy them. And how can Emmy not mourn her mother’s death? I understand that she felt betrayed, getting lied to her whole life, but she loved her mother. She have to be devastated and angry. But there is just acceptance that her mom is gone. That just doesn’t feel right and it’s why I don’t give a higher rating. The writing was good and I liked most of the characters and I would love to read more about Paul and Emmy and get some questions answered. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing!

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