I’m not crazy. It’s not amnesia. But I somehow lost a year of my life.
When the cops andoctors think you’re out of your mind, but you still need answers, where else is there to turn but a private investigator?d
Sawyer is nothing you’d want in a friend- a little detached, cool, sarcastic, cocksure. But he’s everything you’d want in a private investigator- calm, capable, experienced, and just jaded enough by the darkness he’d seen to take a chance on some random girl who insists something more sinister must have happened to her than simple memory loss.
But thrown together, trying to get to the root of my mystery, feelings that were most definitely not client/professional start to emerge.
367 Days begins when Riya leaves the hospital after realizing no one believes her story. She ends up finding a private investigation agency on the way, and asks for help. Here she meets Sawyer, who doesn't actually seem to believe her either, but is willing to help her figure it out.
As these two get closer together, sparks start flying and confusing sets in for both of them. No body can really understand what has happened to Riya and why, but Sawyer is determined to find out.
This book was a very different kind of read, and I really enjoyed it. The plot line was awesome! I totally did not expect something like that, and it was great.
And I enjoyed all of the characters in the book as well.
The only downside was the great chemistry between Riya and Sawyer seemed to fizzle to me once they actually got together. Other than that, I thought the book was really good!