- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 880 KB
- Print Length: 301 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0989670740
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Heightsbound (7 Feb. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TCLDFIW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #476,572 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lana is a social worker, her job is a project director at Pathways. She works with disadvantaged kids and helping them onto the right path in life.
Mozey is a 18 year old street artist with no citizenship and is almost due for deportation. There is a chemistry right from the onset of there first meet but Larna knows that it would be wrong to go there. He tries and tries to get her to open up but she is having none of it. After 3 years she receives a phone call and takes the bull by the horns and starts a emotional journey to search for the one she let slip away !
Mara White has a fantastic style of writing, like you feel like your watching the story play out in front of your eyes, she never ceases to amaze me. You are dragged in right from page one and it is one hell of a ride. Fantastic as always with Mara White. 100% recommend.
I really liked Lara. I thought the author did a great job of portraying her as real. Lara is twenty five and works with disadvantaged children as a social worker. It's there that she meets Mozey. He's eighteen years old and living in the streets illegally. Lara can feel the chemistry but fights it. I'm not gonna say much more about the storyline as I don't wanna spoil it. I will say the author took me on a heartwarming journey that will stay with me for a long time.
This was a great read with a unique storyline. I'm certainly going to be looking into the authors other books. Really great read. Loved it.
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Lana is struggling to make ends meet, doing what she loves, helping at-risk kids. Her inner voice is often hilarious, which I appreciated in order to alleviate some of the almost unbearable tension in this story.
“Mozey is a ten. Ten for personality and a ... TEN for the swimsuit competition. Get the sash and the crown. He’s already won. Even my mascara is running.”
You know the inevitable is going to happen between these two but even though there is a bit of insta-love, their relationship is a slow-burn and unfolds over the span of time. And when they do get together, WOW!!
“This is a kiss. This is the kiss I will never, ever forget. I may forget everything else, my own name included, but I know I will never forget how I feel in this moment. I won’t forget his kiss.”
This is a forbidden romance, but don’t be put off by Mozey’s age when they first meet. This book is a whirlwind! I absolutely loved the author’s writing style in The Delivery, it made the story very fresh and different.
Despite the grittiness of this story, Mara White is a romantic at heart, and the ending was all that I hoped for! If you are looking for a very different but very sexy and fast-paced story, read The Delivery. You won’t soon forget Lana and Mozey.
"Do you think that from a kiss you might see the rest of your future? That a kiss can dissolve all the fears you’ve held onto your entire life? Or that it could assure you that no mistakes were made in solidifying your destiny? That now was meant to be now and everything will turn out fine?"
Lana, a 25 year old social worker, runs a L.A. based program dealing with disadvantage youth. She has seen it all, from kids on probation to kids who come from broken homes but what she didn't expect was for Mozey to walk in the door. Lana is instantly attracted to the 18 year old street artist but even though he is a notorious flirt she knows that nothing good could come if she gets close. However Mozey isn't your typical street kid. With having no citizenship papers and on the verge of deportation, he has this maturity about him that Lana can't resist. Mozey tries his hardest in the beginning of the book to get Lana to open up to him but has no luck. This is where I started to fall for Mozey. He tries so hard and even goes the extra mile and surprises Lana at a difficult time in her life. He is selfless and we as readers start to see he isn't this punk kid who is always getting in trouble but as a mature man who at a young age has been exposed to horrific things.
Certain things happen between the characters that allow 3 years to go by. We find out that Mozey has gotten married and became a father and Lana had a new boyfriend and a career change. But even though Lana has a new life she is still miserable. There is not a day that goes by that Mozey isn't on her mind. Out of the blue one day Lana receives a phone call from Mozey asking for help. Deciding to take the bull by the horns and finally recognizing her love for him, she leaves her life and quickly finds herself searching all over Mexico for Mozey. Both Lana and Mozey go on a wild adventure where family secrets and inner turmoil are reviled. Can these two make it as a couple or should they just go their separate ways once Moezy accomplishes his goals?
I absolutely loved this book. Both main characters had great dialog and the supporting characters were just what the story needed. My only complaint was that I would have liked to know more about Moezy's mother. I felt that it was a subject that could have been explored a little more but realizing the major events that happen when they were in Mexico, I see why the author didn't elaborate on this matter. This was my first chance of reading a book by Mara White and I will defintely check out some of her other work