“An intense, emotional, compelling read.” —Kate Elliott
Liv Burnham thinks nobody knows Morgan Frost like she does, but a terrible accident pushes her down the rabbit hole where Morgan’s secrets hide and she’ll be lucky to make it out alive….
On a hot summer night, Liv, Morgan, Clay and Nathan are on the way home from a party in Clay’s convertible. Best friends dating brothers? It doesn’t get better than that. But the joyride ends in sudden impact, a screech of brakes, and shattering glass. On that lonely country road, four lives change forever.
Liv wakes in the hospital. At first she’s confused when they call her Morgan, but she assumes it’s a case of mistaken identity. Yet when the bandages come off, it’s not her face in the mirror anymore. It’s Morgan’s.
Morgan always seemed to have the perfect life. But as Liv tries to fit herself into Morgan’s world, she discovers endlessly disturbing secrets of the criminal and murderous variety and a dark task to finish…if she doesn’t lose her mind first.
Forced to confront the disturbing truths that Morgan kept hidden in life, Liv must navigate a world of long-buried murder, a dangerous love affair—and a romance that feels like a betrayal.
My Review- Thank you Tor Teen for sending me a free copy of this book, in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own.
I rate this Book a 4 out of 5 Stars.
I really enjoyed reading this, I actually read the bulk of the book in a matter of hours.
I was intrigued by this book because it was billed as a YA suspense with a touch of sci-fi, and it really is just that. I wanted to find out the reason why Liz was Morgan. How that was possible, and what Liz/Morgan was going to do about it. Was this a tale of redemption? Was there amends Morgan needed to make, that only Liz was strong to make? How was it even possible to wake up being stuck in someone else’s body?
I found myself drawn to the romance in this book, imagine having a boyfriend as Liz, but everyone thinks you’re Morgan, (especially Morgans boyfriend). I was drawn to one particular boyfriend, and I was rooting for him the entire book. He was the reason why I couldn’t put the book down this morning.
I love that this book is so multi-layered. It wasn’t just about the accident, and the aftermath. This is about secrets, and the secret life that Morgan hand, and the things Liz discovers along the way. I was forced to ask myself, “Whenever thing is said and done, which person do I want to be prominent, Morgan or Liz? I won’t answer that here, because I do not want to leave any spoilers, but I do think Aguirre ended this book perfectly! I loved her writing style, her character development, and the way she can weave the story in a way that digs its claws into you!
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