This follows Keep Me Safe and has one of the most appropriate ebook covers I've seen. The cover was, after all, what drew me to this series. Mia wasn't a convincing victim in this tale, and maybe she wasn't supposed to be. When she left home, she had a choice, and she made it. She didn't try to manipulate others or seek attention, so her lifestyle choice made her more a masochist, than a casualty of abuse. Because of this, I couldn't feel sorry for her. More often, I was irritated with her narrow-minded attitude. But in the climatic end, she redeemed herself. And this redemption came by way of the selfless heroics of her noble male counterpart.