There were really so many times that I wanted to put this book down, but I kept thinking that it would get better. Then I would get called away and come back to it and read a little and think I should find another book. Then again, I would get called away, come back to it and again think I should find another book. This kept happening to me. I think I only finished it because all of that happened. It is very rare that it takes me five days to read a book.
I do have to say that the there were a few highlights when some places were mentioned that I remember. Of course, that's not saying much.
I really found Francesa needed a life, a real life. She certainly was not getting one with the Loewstein family even if she thought she was. All of those people used her. A sad, sad story about a sad, sad girl with a sad, sad life.
Thanks Doubleday Books for approving my request and to Net Galley for providing a free e-galley in exchange for an honest unbiased review.