This was my first Cat Sebastian book after having heard about her for a while. A good friend of mine likes her a lot so when the quarantine hit, I grabbed a bunch of hers to read because I thought they would be quick fun reads that would help me escape from the real world for a bit. I am glad to say that I was right; I really enjoyed this book and will be reading more of her work soon.
When people ask me who my favorite author is, I will usually say “Ian McEwan.” Not because I love all his books or am always in the right mood to read them (they can be heavy), but because the way he writes is beautiful and he chooses topics that I find fascinating while bringing his own unique spin to them. This book won’t be one of my favorites, but the ideas he introduces made me think long after I had closed the final page.