Statistic - Dawn Robertson

Well that ending was about 27 different kinds of fucked up...

 

Synopsis:

 

Four Men.
One Woman.
And one of the hardest choices Aurora Alexander will ever have to make.

Newly divorced, single mother Aurora is desperately trying to move on with her life.
After a string of unsuccessful blind dates, she turns to internet dating.
Everyone does it, so it has to be safe. Right?

Hot one night stands. Sexting. And an Alpha man who sweeps her off of her feet.
Aurora thinks she has found her happily ever after.
But among her suitors is one man who plays by a different set of rules.
Someone who isn’t who he says.

Will Aurora figure out who does’t have her best interest at heart.
Or is she destined to become a Statistic?

 

My Thoughts:

 

There were things I liked about this book, and things I didn't like.  This story started out promising it was written in a way that seemed so real.  I found myself feeling like I could identify with Aurora, the main character.  The sex scenes are well written too, very 'real life' feel to them.  Then, about half way through, it just fell apart for me.  The typos became rampant, really dreadful typo's like... 

 

The boys coming running into the house...

 

and many more like that, it became really difficult to read.  Andddd...that brings me to the ending, which I totally didn't see that coming.  I'm not sure how I feel about it, I just feel...uggghhh.