Good, but not great.

Tabula Rasa - Kristen Lippert-Martin

I received a copy of this book via Egmont USA and NetGalley

This book had a great concept, wiping memories of criminals in order to give them a second chance? Sounds awesome. It was a great idea, and I would say the first 25% of this book was orchestrated well. I didn't find myself getting emotionally attached to the characters, which is always a let down. I didn't find the romance very believable.

I found the end of the book incredibly obnoxious. Have you ever seen Scooby Doo? At the end of every episode they tell you why the bad guy is the bad guy and his motives, they explain it all to you. That's how this went, just a giant explanation. Which is super freaking obnoxious. LET ME REVEAL MY MASTER PLAN TO YOU. MWAHAHAHAH. Lame, show me something instead of telling me everything.

This book started great, but fell short.