Nora has spent years reworking herself from bitch to nice girl but as experience tells her, it doesn’t always work. When she meets horror geek, who is also a victim of her previous self, she goes deeper into character. She has to scare him but she must not let him see who she is under the costume.
This book surprised me. It was funny, sweet, honest, and it definitely had a moral to the story. I enjoyed Nora’s character because she made me laugh with her antics but when the serious side emerged, I found myself hoping that she could fix the situation; I cared.
The book is short and sweet but is packed full of fun and emotion. It was well written and paced perfectly. You can read it at any time of the year but it will leave you wishing it was Halloween.