Date Released: April 16th 2012
Pages: 290 pages
Source: ARoMR Tours
Sam is a girl that has had to deal with a lot of complicated things are a very young age: her sister, an alcoholic mother, a father that doesn't seem to want her, and a part of her past that haunts her. Then young millionaire Collins steps into the picture along with a new job and a mysterious caller, and thing seem to start getting better.
Collins himself is a lot to take in, since he seems ta have huge problems of his own, and Sam is there to save him and help him get through this issues. This is what I most love about the book, that both character were saving and helping each other, there was no "I am the damsel in distress and you must help me." Also I really enjoyed that all of the supportive characters seemed to have their own little stories and where basically very complete characters.
The only downside of the book was that sometimes the dialog between character seemed a little bit off, but I got past that, and am I anxiously awaiting for the next book in the series? YES!
Like I said, this book was Fifty Shades for YA, I really enjoyed and am looking forward for the next one in the series :)