Leah Smith finally has everything she has ever wanted. Except she doesn’t. Her marriage feels more like a loan than a lifelong commitment, and the image she has worked so hard to build is fraying before her eyes. With a new role and a past full of secrets, Leah must decide how far she is willing to go to keep what she has stolen.
As soon as I finished reading The Opportunist, I had to run over and by Dirty Red.
OMG – I hate Leah.
Explain to me why I love Olivia, who did some not very nice things herself to get Caleb, but hate Leah. Maybe it’s cuz I met Olivia first?
Maybe it’s because what Olivia did for love isn’t nearly as bad to me as what Leah did to keep Caleb. She’s twisted. I’d feel bad for her because of her background, but man, I’m sorry, no love for Leah.
I honestly can say, there is nothing likable about Leah. Even as a teenager. Except maybe her relationship with her nanny.
Did I love the book?
I loved hating Leah.
I kept holding out hope for Olivia and Caleb. I mean seriously, when are those two going to get together finally? Stop pushing each other away, stop letting people come between them. Lying evil people, like Leah.
Liar liar pants on fire
I feel like I should have some sympathy for Leah, I mean she had daddy issues too just like Olivia. She’s got some mama issues going on also.
Wish I knew who made this for credit
OT – I want that sweater
Olivia didn’t become completely evil because of her daddy issues, Leah did.
Did I mention I love Caleb still?
Loved this one, though I think I liked The Opportunist better, just because I hate Leah and I hate Leah with Caleb.
Still 5 stars.
Tarryn was able to create a book where I absolutely hated the person whose point of view the story was told in, yet I still loved it and couldn’t put it down.
emotional roller coaster ride