I love Harlan Coben and liked this book so I have no idea why it took me almost three weeks to read it! Okay, I guess I do know why and it has nothing to do with the book; it has to do with me. I started playing Slotomania and got addicted! My bad!
Anyway, this book follows a suburban soccer mom from her normal life of wife and mother of two kids to her prostitute past and her lost love.
Every year on Mardi Gras, a man goes missing. But they were not nice men. They were abusers and, really, no one wants them found. But, mysteries must be solved.
This really is a page turner and if I hadn't been so involvled in playing slot games, I'd have finished it much sooner.
Then I ran out of coins!
Lena has escaped from Portland, Maine to avoid being cured from deliria (or Love) but her lover, Alex, got shot in the process. Now, she is on her own in the Wilds. She must create a new life without Alex.
She becomes a member of the Resistance and disguises herself as a normal, cured, schoolgirl. Her mission is to follow Julian, the son of an ardent supporter of the cure. Julian is just hours away from his procedure.
I don't want to give too much away. Suffice it to say that I read this book in two days. And I won't even mention the ending...WOW!