Content (overall theme, idea and setting) - The themes, ideas and plot were revealing. However, I found Sarah’s connection to Paul and Michael a little farfetched. The whole concept of you can do anything to me and I’ll still be your friend didn’t really work throughout the book. What I liked - As impossible as it seemed, I liked the strength that came from Paul’s character. He was a true friend who never gave up on their friendship. As the story unfolds, his character presents a twist to the story which reveals Michael’s secret. What I didn't like – Michael was very abusive and the secret he thought he was keeping was an eye-opener and will definitely be a surprise for any reader. I did a learn a lot about post traumatic stress his character growth or lack of it wasn’t always easy to emphatize with. Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.