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She has traveled to the foothills of the Himalaya, the jungles of Borneo, the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, and the painted caves of the Perigord Noir, in France. Instead, she’d answered her cell and her captain’s call to action, and now found herself crouched in the middle of a gnarled forest, staring into a snow-laden clearing, moonlight shooting bright amber rays in every direction as flakes wafted in the breeze like fairy dust. “Naughty lawbreakers will want to taste her, not outrun her.” That had been, what? A pampered existence she didn’t deserve and hadn’t earned, but whatever. They feared him, which only heightened Aleaha’s need to keep her own secrets. That person’s face became hers; their height became hers; their body became hers. Her fear of discovery was waning, though, and she was settling comfortably into her newest life as Macy Briggs. I had no trouble believing she could find her way to London for Christmas break when she was abroad an entire Summer.I also thought the relationship twists and turns that occur throughout the book, of which there are many, were entirely believable.I really liked how Johnson gave this book the same sort of feel as the last one, where Ginny's exploring different countries and herself at the same time, yet it was different enough to feel fresh and new. She has an awesome sense of humor, and even though these books are in third person I connected with Ginny more than I connect with some characters in first person.The addition of Oliver was one of the main reasons it was so different. I loved not really knowing how I or Ginny felt about him for a lot of the book. I was sucked into the book right from the beginning.No one felt out of character to me, which is quite a feat.