Save me takes place in Liberty, Oregon, which is pretty cool because I think Oregon is a beautiful state, but that's irrelevant. While the main focus of the story is how Cara will save her best friend, there are also other focus points, such as, Cara and her mom and Cara and her love interest. If there was one book that would go wayward yet still remain together and make perfect sense, it'd be this book.
A thing I really liked about this book is that it just jumps right into the story. There's no "Hi! My name is...", it's just matter of fact. While there were a lot of gogogo moments, there were some parts where I found myself re-reading a sentence or two because my mind would stray off.
There isn't much growth in any of the characters. Cara's mom is very overprotective, and has this thing about superiority complex that actually pissed me off. While Cara made good points in their arguments, she always pretty much obeyed her mom. All the character's are pretty much static. All in all, Cara finds herself surrounded by supernatural creatures, and against all efforts no matter where she goes, everything seems to be in Cara's favor.
The romance though was pretty great. Cara and David click right from the start, but David has a little secret and when Cara finds out that secret, things become more complicated, but in the end they find their way back to each other and it made my heart melt into a little puddle.
There are some things that I should have known about the book. Now that I look back, all the things that weren't explained fell into place. Even though this story isn't one of my all time favorites, I still enjoyed the book overall.