I Was A Bitch

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Name: I Was A Bitch

Author: Emily Ruben

Published: October 12, 2016 by Inkitt

Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

☆☆☆/5

Blurb: What if you woke up having forgotten the last two years of your life?

After a horrific accident Lacey Jones has to try piece together her shattered past. With no memory of the previous two years she finds herself in a relationship with a man she doesn’t know, and with a reputation for being the Queen Bitch of High-School.

She decides to keep the secret of her memory loss until she can figure out what happened in these two years she lost, trusting only the mysterious and sexy Finn to help her, but will she continue being that bitch or will she decide to rewrite her story? 

Review: This was different, sometimes a good different, sometimes not. I’m not sure how a coma affects anything or if the affects differ but this girl just seemed really, really dense.

I was basically rolling my eyes for the most part. This girl just couldn’t seem to grasp the obvious concepts or connect the obvious dots.

*Warning: Spoilers*

I mean, it’s rather obvious you’re extremely close to Finn and yet you’re thinking you’re exes? And when she meets Derek’s mom and finds out that she’s married to Finn’s dad and you ask if they could possibly be step-brothers? What else could they possibly be?

*End spoiler*

The writing was alright, except for constantly repeating that Finn and Derek look like models, over and over basically through the whole book. I think I hate the word model now.

Besides the girl being dense and the model thing, the pace was great for the plot of the book, though the cover would most likely make me avoid this one if I had found this on my own, that and the title. I’m glad that I volunteered to read this from the publisher, it was a fun, enjoyable read.

Thank you for reading my review.

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