This book was not bad but it had a lot of potential to be better. The writing style was great - organized and easy to follow. I typically enjoy dual perspective novels but I feel like this one had 2 separate story lines going with only slight overlap. I think it should've been either through Avery's point of view where the author focuses on her current relationship with Xander or through Lori's point of view where the author focuses on her attempts to rebuild her life after the accident. The plot was great but again I feel like the author could've made it much deeper given the themes that the book was attempting to incorporate. I was also unfazed by the "twist" at the end and felt like it could've been executed much better. The characters, however, are very well developed and I felt like I got to know each of them really well. Overall, this was an enjoyable read.