When we first met Aaron, I like many others I suspect, decided he was not a nice person, but I was so wrong - I was judging him before I got to know the real Aaron, and listened to his story. Even his own brother Josh thought he knew him, but boy was he so wrong about that. You may have hated Aaron, and he admits he did wrong by Josh, but that is just the tip of the iceburg, there is definitely more to Aaron than meets the eye.
Now enter Blake, with whom Aaron is staying as he is homeless, jobless and he is just so lost. For some reason Aaron seems to bring out a protective instinct in Blake, and even Blake seems surprised by this. Aaron has a front that he uses well, but Blakes seems to be someone who can see straight through this. The more time they spend together, and Blake gets Aaron working, and begins really mentoring him, the two become closer, even bordering on a relationship, even though Blake seems adamant that there will be nothing between them.
In the meantime, things are changing rapidly for Indy, Noah, Josh and Connor - as Indy's past most definitely catches up with him, and it seems like they are all in danger, and even anyone who is actually friends with them. It is around now that Aarons new found confidence seems to diminish again, and he takes things into his own hands, but will this make him happy?
I am not going to spoil what happens, but this book will keep you held in its grip - and when you finish you will be wanting the last and final book in the series to see how things pan out for everyone in the book, especially the sub characters in this book namely Charlie and Brad.
I am really hoping that the final book is as good as the first three, and I can't wait to find out.