3.5 starsBook rating:
3 starsInitial thoughts:
Well, Flat-Out Love
was something. The resolution was twisted and yet I kinda expected it by the time I reached about a third of the book. Personally, I thought Matt was a disturbing character but in light of all that had happened, the plot and the characters did fit together. Some parts went rather slow but listening to the audiobook at 3x speed helped me pull through in the end. My favourite character was definitely Celeste. She obviously suffered from some kind of post-traumatic stress disorder and her family had no idea how to deal. I liked seeing how she slowly opened up and got better with Julie (the MC) around.
On a side note, Flat-Out Love
is a perfectly good standalone book. It doesn't need the two companion novels about Matt and Celeste. With that, here's to adding to my uncompleted series count because I'm downright certain that I won't read the other two books in the series.