This story was TERRIBLE! BEYOND terrible, actually.
I have never wished that I could scrub my eyeballs and bleach my brain more than I did at about 55-60% in this story (and that's saying something, because there was plenty of terrible writing and freaky plot points before that as well).
It's truly not worth my time to write a complete review, so here it is in a nutshell:
What started out as an intriguing and unique set up devolved very
quickly through frequent and frustrating time progressions. The scenes moved through time so quickly that nothing had a chance to settle or resonant with me as a reader (parts that had potential to be poignant and/or bring the heart stabbies practically made me yawning with indifference). The characters were two-dimensional tools with next to no REAL chemistry (the sexy times were not even remotely sexy and, in parts, downright creepy). The dialogue was so atrocious I didn't know whether to laugh, cry, cringe, or do myself harm for continuing to read it. And most of the "big" scenes were completely ludicrous (I don't care how close you are with your friends and coworkers, you would NEVER
for them! And why would you need them to!?).
Honestly, I could go on and on, but it wouldn't serve any purpose. Just do yourself a favour: consider me reading Finding Home
tonight as 'taking one for the team' so that you don't have to.
Avoid! Avoid! Avoid!