This was a really weird book and it was dizzying switching between the points of view. There were certain parts where it switched so much it took away from the story. You really have two stories going on here, Samantha and Jake and Michael and Whitney.
Samantha's sister Whitney is a piece of work and I really did not like her at all. You get married, you move in with your husband after having a semi great honeymoon and you do not under any circumstances dance with another man. Whitney marries, leaves her husband mid honeymoon, gives up the apartment they were going to live in and moves back in with her sister, acts like she's still single and basically is a real big pain in the ass, drama queen.
Samantha and Jake was a whirlwind and it all started when Samantha got drugged, met Jake and then started to give him a very special message with her feet, only to meet him sober the next day at her sister’s wedding. Jake is no better and cracked me up when he got pissed because he thought Samantha was playing him like he did other women. In the end they settled their differences and got together, but it was very weird and full of drama.
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