I had high expectations of this book considering I had read Riley sagar's, The last time I lied and that was a thriller through and through. That book was superb and had me hooked. Whereas this book was flat. The first 3/4 of the book is pretty stagnant, with lots of xanax popping and one dimensional characters like Jeff. It picks up towards the end with a pretty unrealistic ending. I mean, really? So many holes in the story, it was a total let down.