Writing was alright for a first book - a few mistakes here and there, but nothing that dragged one out of the book.POV switched but it ran smoothly and didnt disrupt the flow.The story was told by an adult voice throughout the book, even when describing what happened during their childhood and their experiences, which i found to be a plus.What i didnt like was the parents, they pissed me off and i had to take a breather from the book. It amazes me how someone can be so ignorant to the value of teaching their kids about nature and something so basic as periods etc.And what happened with the offing of Michael in the end? This book doesnt give the traditional HEA, but merely a substitute.Im not quite sure what i think of the ending. I kinda felt like that was a way to justify the feelings they shared and their hunky tonk - reminds me of the god talk in the beginning as well as whether or not it was a sin.Im not sure how to rate it, im leaning towards 4 stars,but the ending really threw me. Had i known beforehand, i wouldnt have been so shocked. I suppose the author do deserve a bit of credit for throwing a curve ball, i hadnt expected.As for the possibility of reading more of her work, when she writes a new book - then its likely i'll pick it up unless it contains another taboo theme, then i'll probably consider it more and wait for other reviews.