A special thank you to Edelweiss and Harper Teen for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
The opening of the book has some really solid writing with an instant hook. The main character, Liv, is pulled from the water after the car she was in went off a bridge into the bay below. She appears lifeless and is given CPR.
When she awakes in the hospital, she can't remember any details of the accident. Assuming that the amnesia is more of a side effect from being in a week-long coma, Liv tries to remember recent events only to discover she actually can't remember the last four years! She doesn't remember high school, why she isn't friends with her former best friend, or her doting boyfriend, Matt.
Liv has to rely on other people to fill in the gaps. She grows incredibly frustrated because she feels like things are being kept from her on purpose. Desperate for answers, Liv turns to Walker, the guy who was responsible for saving her life the night of the accident. Despite her seemingly perfect boyfriend, she can't ignore the growing feelings she has for Walker. Olivia needs to find what her new normal is and where she belongs in a life she can't remember.
Why I didn't rate this book higher was because the ending was rushed. It was like Kirby was restricted by page count, or perhaps she has another story in the works? Either way, it fizzled, which is too bad because the start of the book was some really great writing.