The plot was really intriguing to me, not only because Tom/Gabriel had disassociative identity disorder, but because Caden decided to stay and try to figure him out when others have obviously failed him before. Both the characters were a little difficult to get to know since they were both in the process of finding themselves. This only made me more interested as the characters grew. Caden seems like a rebellious teen at first, but with helping Tom/Gabriel, she seems to find her place in the world. Caden's absent but controlling mom bothered me a bit since she was still seventeen, but not enough to ruin it. I thought I had the mystery behind Tom/Gabriel disorder all figured out, but the ending threw me for a huge loop and now I need the second book right now!
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