There is a scene where I wasn't sure I was going to like where Sheridan was seemingly taking the story, but I shouldn't have doubted her. I was on the point of being cross with a certain character but when I considered the time frame, the situation and the emotional state of this character, this plot twist actually made sense and I totally understood what happens.
The story isn't all sad because there are some beautiful moments of joy and wonder. I enjoyed the secondary characters (some more than others) and I really appreciated the message of love and hope running throughout both books.
As with my review of Becoming Calder, I'm being purposely vague because it's impossible to mention the plot without spoiling either book. But hopefully you'll appreciate how much I enjoyed their emotional journey. I loved watching the many lies, secrets and twists Eden and Calder face uncovered!