Oh where to begin with this book. When I first started reading this book there were little things about it that bugged me. Like how the main character, Mia, has a very black and white look on the ways of life. At some point (I don't really know when)it became hard to put down, and I just devoured it. As the book progressed I could see the slight changes in her character, and by the end of the book she starts to see the grey areas in the world and comes to the conclusion that maybe life isn't always about having to pick and choose between one or the other. If it wasn't for that I don't think I would have liked the book as much. This is the kind of character growth that is important in books.
I'm looking forward to reading the second book!