I found the last part of the book less interesting and gripping than the beginning. Eve finally learns what Zoe has been up to from Cathy: her affair with Stefan Sorensen and the sexual videos that Rob posted on a site. Thanks to Cathy and John Nicholson, the video is finally deleted from the site, but at that point many people have already watched it. Then Cathy comes up with an idea: Eve will be interviewed by the newspaper and explain her experience with revenge porn.
That weekend is the worst for Eve, and for the first time in her live on Monday she calls in sick and doesn’t go to work. Unfortunately, something happens that day. One of the children is run over by one of the diggers working in the lawn in the school. So Even confesses to Gail that she wasn’t sick and simply decided to stay at home after a horrible weekend. Later Gail slips the truth to Tony, and a few days later Tony sacks Eve. It dawns on Eve then that Tony is Harry’s dad, and she feels disappointed in Gail as she has trusted her all along. She also feels let down because she learns that Gail has given in her notice as she is to start working as a teacher in Mike’s school, and even though Gail explains that with everything that has happened, she hasn’t had the chance to do so, Eve can’t shed the feeling of betrayal.
In the end, Eve gets a job offer from Anette Sorensen for the school that Jordan has been a student in as the latter has bought the place. At first, Eve refuses as she is still sore about what happened between Zoe and Stefan Sorensen, but she finally accepts. Her personal life is all right as she is in a proper relationship with Mike Browning. Zoe seems better now, and with the help of her sister, Alice manages to convince Eve to let her study about horses, which is what she loves, and she also wants to move in with her father, Ted, and Jordan, as Jordan shares her love for horses.
As for Gail, Tony is now a regular visitor, begging her to marry him and letting Harry know about him. Gail won’t marry him, but she finally tells Harry, and the boy surprises her as he says that he knew all along.
The book was okay. I enjoyed it much more at the beginning, but then at the end there were some parts which I thought didn’t add much to the story, but dragged the novel and were totally dispensable.