This book had been on my radar for a few years--I know, a long time, right?--but I'd always put it off due to the price tag and the "do I really want to read it" question. So when I saw it on Scribd I thought let's try it.
I'm glad I did. It had a good build up throughout, both in relation to the Nastya and Josh thing and to Nastya's past. I really liked the relationship, though Nastya almost killed me when she pushed him away. The thing from her past felt a little flat for me, I expected more fireworks but I also understand why there weren't any.
A nice story overall.