Rucha Abhyankar

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There is not a dull moment in the book. The writing is perfectly descriptive - not too much to block my imagination, and not too less to make me feel like I'm filling a lot of blanks. The changes in the moods in different scenes can be felt while reading, and it is refreshing that the female protagonist is not an airhead. The mysteries unfold at a steady pace, and nowhere does it feel like I'm being bombarded by information.

However, I feel like the beginning of the story was a little rushed. A little more insight into Nora's life with Robert would've set the tension between them more firmly.

I am looking forward to reading more of Nora and Tristan!

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