As some of you know I have a hard time giving up on a book that I find annoying and that doesn't grab me. It takes a lot for me to not finish a book. Honestly I contemplated not continuing with this one after about 150 pages. But in my normal Andi way I powered through and although this wasn't the best book it became more enjoyable and not such a hardship to get through. Actually I found myself liking Lexi and enjoying her obvious growth. Because let's face it, Lexi was obnoxious and spoiled in the beginning so there wasn't much to like. She thought she deserved things instead of earning them and that isn't a quality I find attractive in people. Was her father mean to her? Absolutely. He treated her like a property and not his daughter. But I also got where he was coming from. He made his way up the corporate ladder while coming from nothing and he wanted his daughter to do the same to see what she was actually capable of. And the transformation of Lexi was amazing. Seeing her stop thinking of only herself and start thinking she was worthy of more was truly inspiring. Definitely glad I read it.