When I got the chance to review Out of Time as part of the blog tour I did not hesitate in filling in the form, and crossing my fingers and toes in the hopes that I got to read it.
Out of Time picks up immediatley after Out of Line and we get to see what the phone call to Fin was all about and why he wasn't happy about it. After reading the conversation I can understand why Fin wasn't particularly happy.
After getting this news Fin is quick to make every moment with Cassie count, and they go about spending a lot of time with each other, and going on their own adventures. However Cassie and Fin's relationship is still a secret from her parents, and they must still try to keep under the radar, with Fin sending messages to her Father to give him an update on what she is doing.
Out of Time is an excellent follow up to Out of Line, the story is just as compelling, and already knowing this word and being able to remember what previously transpired made it that much more easier to fall back into this world once again.
Reading Out of Time I once again was on an emotional roller coaster ride, I laughed, I cried, and my heart melted just a little bit. I really enjoyed getting to see Finn and Carrie together and spending so much time around each other, the things Finn does for Carrie had my heart melting, even down to early Christmas. The last few chapters of Out of Time had me on the edge of my seat, I was a nervous wreck not knowing what would happen. I hated the ending of Out of Time, it was so sad and heartbreaking, but I loved getting to see Carrie fight for what she wants,