Overall, this is a solid mystery/thriller/romance. For me, it was obvious from the first page that Trip was a d-bag. But that wasn't a problem—it actually made things immediately more intriguing. Because, hey: if she has no memory of The Night In Question, maybe shedid have something to do with Trip's death, right? And as the story progressed, I wondered more and more if she'd caused it, not less—even as I got more emotionally invested in her and her story, my suspicions grew. Which was an unusual reading experience, but a cool one.
Additionally, 2012 Cybils nominee 4th Floor Lounge is free today! (I haven't read that one yet, so I totally snagged it.)