Ugh I dislike Sabine greatly. Yes, she made the series a whole lot more interesting, but if I was in Kaylee's position, I would've slapped her right when she called her a "latest conquest" already. And although I don't want Kaylee to end up with Nash, I do feel sorry for her that he obviously still has feelings for Sabine. And I'm selfish like Kaylee whenever Sabine or Tod explains to her why she and Nash don't belong together - and it makes sense, the reasons, and I completely agree - but just because Sabine said them, it just bugs me even more, and I think that's part of the reason - other than the fact that Nash is her first love - that Kaylee's so reluctant to let go of Nash. On the other hand, that reluctance and Kaylee's selfishness completely irritated me as well throughout the book. And even though I wish she would either treat Sabine nicely, or slap her in chapter..I don't know four, instead of halfway throughout the book, I wish Sabine would be nicer to Kaylee too because MAYBE she would listen better and let go of Nash more easily. I mean, Kaylee has a lot going on as well, and I like HER hero complex and I wish Sabine would see the good qualities in her. FINALLY, Tod is the absolute best. When Tod lectures her on how she and Nash don't belong together, to me, it sounds like he's saying, "you really belong with me" and I find that the cutest thing that he might be starting to fall in love with her. For the first time since reading this series, I'm DYING for the next book because I'm pretty sure something will happen between Tod and Kaylee and I CANT WAIT. (even though I like nash too) TEAM TOD!!! <3
I think that Tod was right. Kaylee should break up with Nash, so that Kaylee can be with Tod... I think that combination would be much better, seeing as though Tod saved her from the hellion. Good book, can't wait to see what happens.
good the series is getting better.
rachel can do wrong. good for any parent to read to understand your kid/ young adult.
sabin is coming into her own which is good.
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