Liv Burnham thinks nobody knows Morgan Frost like she does, but a terrible accident pushes her down the rabbit hole where Morgan's secrets hide and she'll be lucky to make it out alive....
On a hot summer night, Liv, Morgan, Clay and Nathan are on the way home from a party in Clay's convertible. Best friends dating brothers? It doesn't get better than that. But the joyride ends in sudden impact, a screech of brakes, and shattering glass. On that lonely country road, four lives change forever.
Liv wakes in the hospital. At first she's confused when they call her Morgan, but she assumes it's a case of mistaken identity. Yet when the bandages come off, it's not her face in the mirror anymore. It's Morgan's.
Morgan always seemed to have the perfect life. But as Liv tries to fit herself into Morgan's world, she discovers endlessly disturbing secrets of the criminal and murderous variety and a dark task to finish...if she doesn't lose her mind first.
Forced to confront the disturbing truths that Morgan kept hidden in life, Liv must navigate a world of long-buried murder, a dangerous love affair—and a romance that feels like a betrayal.
I enjoyed reading this book so much! I wanted to learn more about Liv and Morgan, and how it was kinda paranormal with Liv being in Morgan's body, but this book more focused on the mysteries that Morgan left behind.
Liv was more a science nerd, while Morgan was popular and seemingly above it all. And Liv had to learn to navigate that world, and it was tough, because they didn't know what shew as feeling, what she was going through and they made judgments. Not fun!
So there were a few things that Morgan left behind for Liv to deal with. There was Morgan's mother's death which lead to the affair, and then there was her relationship with Clay-the brother of Liv's boyfriend, Nathan. Yeah, there were some pretty complicated dynamics!
There's this line, "you knew he was married." Uh, yeah, he knew he was married, too. And he's the one who made those vows. Also, she was underage. That means going after her instead of him, means that you have your priorities skewed. Going after the outsider instead of the one like you, yeah, that says more about you than them.
Loved this book, it was such a fantastic read!
Author: Ann Aguirre
Read: July 13th, 2019
Reason Why: Love her writing, and it's a SAC 2019 Book!
Publisher: Tor Teen
Published: July 17th 2018