Okay. I'll admit it flat out. When I found out that this wasn't going to be Beth and Isaiah, I was...unthrilled. I opened it on my kindle with the same pessimistic outlook. By the end, though, I was sold. And I loved watching Beth come into her own, and find her way out of the self-destruction she'd been set on through no fault of her own. I think, most of all, that the problem with Isaiah, was that he was her past and it would have been so easy for her to fall back into that. She needed someone to shake her up and to make her work for what she could be.