Barely 2 stars. The plot is extra paper thin. I didn't like the female lead, Lacey, who wallowed in her insecurity and her sibling rivalry. The sibling rivalry, who was driving Lacey's business to ruins was not credible, neither was the genius twin sister. Lacey's history with sexual assault was used as a dramatic tool without any purpose other than having her being drugged, stalked and ultimately almost killed by the villain. Both the villain and the male lead are driven by their libido. At least the male lead has some honour and good sense. The only character in the book who thinks before jumping in. Could have been interesting, it wasn't.