Only with slightly less facial hair. This one is all Jilly’s fault. Mind you, I had heard of this book before it even came out due to the catchy title and, like nearly everyone else, was seriously digging on the cover, but all that couldn’t convince me to read the dang thing. In case it isn’t obvious, I enjoy being distracted by shiny bobbles like gifs while reading reviews and the first one that popped up on Jilly’s was a winner.
Mara Dyer wakes up in a hospital with no memory of an event that killed the three friends she had been with. She’s left with a severe case of PTSD that causes blackout style panic attacks and a serious case of . . . . .
^^^^That’s code for: “Is this the real life? Is it just fantasy????” Mara’s family decides to move to a new town in order for Mara to get a fresh start and come to terms with what happened. It’s there she meets . . . .
a/k/a Jamie and Noah (have no fear, kids, no dumbass love triangle in this one) as well as resident mean girl Anna and her minion.
So what exactly was The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer about????