Okay, let me start by stating that Murphy does a very good job of tackling a situation with the amount of horror and pain that struck me as appropriate for the kind of situation Katie went through (kidnapping, rape, being chained to the wall, basically anyone's worst nightmare). Katie comes across as real and very much struggling, rightfully, because of what she went through. Ethan, on the other hand, the son of the man who did all this to Katie and was responsible for freeing her, well, he just kind of made me ill. I don't care how you feel about a person, but stalking them and lying like he did is just WAY over the line. I brought this up last week on the blog mainly because I was reading this book and found myself being disgusted by Ethan's actions. That's entirely the wrong signal to send anyone: just because you love them, it's okay to completely trounce all over their personal boundaries and then lie to them. Yeah. It pissed me off. To the point that I just kept reading in hopes that Katie would find out and push Ethan off the ferris wheel or something. Honestly, I don't really have any urge to keep reading this series; Ethan crosses too far into territory that is just like his homicidal father and I was throughly grossed out.
Anyone else read anything that just gave them the creeps, and not in the good way?