I really love characters that showcase and delve into the complexities of human nature, in things that are not commonly discussed. This is what Nights of Secrets can offer if you're interested in that. There was never a cliche moment and if there were, there was something to set them aside from all the others. This book is in a lane of its own. It sort of reminds me of the film, "To All The Boys I've Loved Before."
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It's about a girl who spends three years of her life being tortured by people she thought were her friends so she starts writing them letters to cope. We get to see her finally realize that they were no good for her and how she overcomes that struggle. It is as realistic as it gets. You will fall in love with the characters, find yourself rooting for the m.c, smiling at clever banter and never wanting it to end.
A wonderful job overall.