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Blurb (from Goodreads):
She walks in with her music, and walks out with his wallet Kaz Barrett should be saving for college. Instead, he saves his pay from the Sit'N'Spin Laundromat to send his mother to a very expensive sleep clinic in New York. His mother suffers from a rare neurological disorder, and both Kaz and his kid sister worry that one day, maybe tomorrow, their mother will fall asleep and never wake up.
But when pink-haired Zoey walks past the laundromat's window, Kaz's ordered life begins spinning out of control. Smart, mysterious, and full of music, Zoey is unlike anyone Kaz has met...but there's another side to her that he can't quite figure out. When he goes looking for answers, he finds a whirlwind of lies, half-truths, and violence.
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Flux and NetGalley.)
This book just made little sense, and bored me.
I didn’t really like any of the characters in this book, and I really didn’t care what happened to them. I didn’t get why Kaz liked Zoey so much when she was basically a con artist, and I didn’t get why he risked his job and his cash for her!
The storyline in this just didn’t interest me. I didn’t really understand what was going on or why people did the things they did, and to be honest I just didn’t care after a while. I got so bored that I actually considered not finishing this which I just don’t do.
There was romance, but I didn’t care for it at all.
The ending also failed to interest me, and I was just glad to have finished. I wouldn’t want to read another book by this author.
Overall; not for me,
4 out of 10.