This book was redundant and boring through and through and 1-star is even too highly rated. The female lead comes off as completely unfeeling and self-centered as she bewails repeatedly "for the first time in my life... I just want ect…..", and yet she had ample freedoms and even spent 4 years away at college in Berkley. She manipulates her father, weeps, whimpers and pouts when she doesn't get her way, and in general is the most single dimensional character I've encountered in any book. Steele is off her game here, and the unvarying repeating of chief plot points leaves me to question if she simply copy and pasted to fill in enough pages for her publisher. Incoherent, superficial, and completely unremarkable.