This series has been the fastest series I've read since the Hunger Games and this book wasn't an exception. In this book, the main suspect is Thayer. There are lots of helpful flashbacks from Sutton that bring you closer to the killer. At the same time, it deals with some normal teenage issues like when you are in an argument with your friends, dating, and parents. Emma is still learning to navigate Sutton's life, mainly with her parents and Laurel. Of course, Ethan is still very much in the picture in both Sutton and Emma's life. This isn't as exciting as the previous two, but still an amazing read.