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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. These couples are keeping secrets from each other, but some of the biggest secrets of all may be the ones hidden by Miles and Grace. I thought it was going to be a lighter, suspense story, but it covered some very serious subjects such as spousal abuse and sexual assault. The counseling sessions led by Grace were interesting and it was intriguing to see the truth slowly come out about the two couples going through therapy.
There are real-life villains out there, but he often came across as a caricature to me which made it harder for the story to resonate with me. Format: Kindle Edition.
At a couple's therapy retreat in sunny, beautiful Mexico run by a celebrity power couple a man is missing following a deadly hurricane. Rewind to a week earlier when the couples descend on the resort and journey through the drama. Because things aren't really what they seem and the couples are in for an experience beyond what they signed up for.
I wish I could say I loved this book.
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Unfortunately, it was just okay for me. As a whole package, I enjoyed the content and how the story eventually came together. There were a lot of important, relevant, and timely issues presented throughout the prose which I found wonderful. But, I had some issues in the details. First, I struggled with authenticity and believability. Some of the decisions the main characters made just didn't feel realistic. I found myself wanting to smack a few of them in the face and tell them to use their brains.
It made me frustrated more than anything. The other thing that bothered me was that the transitions were awkward at times. This may have been due to the fact that I read an ARC and the formatting wasn't yet complete. But one story line would end and the next story line would begin without a gap in paragraphs or a change in chapter.
So there were times I was reading and found myself confused until I realized I was in another character's story. There were also some parts told in transcript as well as use of TMZ articles to illustrate elements of the story, and while I thought these were useful and instrumental pieces of the book, they needed to be physically differentiated from the rest of the prose i. Again, perhaps in the finished, published version of the book these issues will all be addressed, but in the ARC they were extremely distracting.
I did enjoy the ending and felt like Marissa Stapley did a good job of bringing everything together and tying up loose ends. I was a bit confused about the relevance of Grace's brother, Garrett, in the story and felt like the book could have done without his presence. But otherwise, I understood the points Stapley was trying to make with the other story lines.
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At the end of the day, this one was just okay for me. But I feel like I tend to always struggle a bit with domestic dramas. So if you're a fan of the genre, I would definitely give it a try and see if you like it for yourself.
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One person found this helpful. Cher Kachelmuss. I cannot decide if I like this book. So honestly I haven't finished it yet. I read almost half but it was just okay and I switched it out for a different book. I do like how the story is set at a resort with couples who need therapy. The author did a great job of writing the characters and location as I was able to visualize it.
I am traveling next month and this paperback will make a great travel book so I am saving it to finish it later. It wasn't a book I couldn't put down, but is one I do want to read the outcome of. See all 12 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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