This was a lot more emotional than I thought it would be. It was a good story that had more to it than just a mystery. One of the things that I liked about it, this ability that Delaney has didn't come with birth. Instead, it came with the fact that she was dead. She was past the point of hope but somehow, she comes out of it without any of the problems her doctors would have expected.
I loved Decker in this book. I was glad I got to meet this guy and I was glad that he was there for Delaney, even though he feels responsible for her accident. Seeing him struggle with this through the book was a heartache. But really, Delaney was lucky to be able to have him in her life.
Troy was an interesting character. While I never liked him too much, I still felt bad for him and how he felt about his punishment. Or what he thought was his punishment. I didn't think I would feel bad for him, until his story slowly unraveled. Then I felt for the guy. Just a little. Because he still was a shady character. Fracture was an interesting read. I was drawn to the story from page one and was satisfied with it when I finished the book.