well, where to start ..., I like this book but I've expected better.
A large part of it consists of the same-old-same-old, well-known squabbles between Lara and Michaela, that, to be honest, begins to be rather wearisome and annoying. It kinda feels like they fight over and over again, sometimes just for sake of it, over and over the same subjects. But perhaps that's just me and my little hopes now in vain, that they would be able to deal with their mistrust, get over it and live some sort of "happy life". Though, don't get my wrong, I enjoy it, but sometimes too much is just too much.
Story is fairly good with a bit more emphasis on action this time compared to the 4th book, (but much less than in the preceding ones), considering Michaela is "caged" somewhere most of the time, although it depends on the angle one looks at it.
At last, little time inconsistency popped into my eyes. Story starts off with Lara in seventh month of her pregnancy and probably also seven months from previous events though it looks like much more, considering in the 3rd and 4th book Scarlett and Angel were only 16 years old and in the last grade of high school, but in the 5th Scarlett is between 18 - 19 in a first grade of college.
But truth be told, in spite of all of my complaining I enjoyed it and look forward for new Michaela's adventure and the next book.