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Lost in Me (Here and Now Book 1) Kindle Edition
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On principle, whether I'm "cutting off my nose to spite my face" or not I avoid these authors. I certainly avoid these books. If I know that what I'm going to read is the start of a Series that involves on-going characters who pop up in each other's stories, that's an entirely different ball-game than a book being only a brief introduction to the characters and the start of their adventures, but where you don't know going in that it's 'Partial', I know myself well enough to know that once I start a book I'm going to want to finish the tale, at least I will if it's at all decently written. I've been caught out a couple of times downloading what purported to be "...a thrilling tale of...." that just stopped. Now when I find one I let other readers know, so that you can make an informed decision about whether to read a 'Free' book then pay for a 2nd & even a 3rd volume, not to complete a set but to complete the flamin' story! In this case it's 2 more books
Bk 2 @ £2.99
Bk 3 @ £3.49
So this 'Free' story is actually the first 1/3 of the story!
Free book my Aunt Fanny !!!
What I WILL say, is that if you read the text CAREfully, rather than accepting that there is a sequel to this book, you'll find out that in fact the sequel is merely the next chapters in this story. Deception or creative marketing? You decide.
The story ends on a HUGE cliffhanger. I can't tell you how annoying that cliffy was. Not only that, but the great suspense that Lexi maintains throughout most of the novel is just stunted with this HUGE cliffy. I desired some small portion of resolution in this novel but it didn't deliver any at all.
Another potentially awesome novel which became a victim of the trend for trilogies. It's a shame because I enjoyed Lexi's writing, her heroine made a refreshing change, and I really felt engrossed in the characters. I guess I am just getting tired of downloading books which expect my time and money but just sell out to the hysteria of trilogies.
As you can imagine the summary had me completely intrigued, Hanna wakes up in hospital having fallen down the stairs and her last memory is from eleven months ago, she's engaged to Max, the man she's been in love with most of her life she has the body she's always wanted, plus her own business, her life is like a dream, it's perfect she has everything she's ever wanted or does she, is her life really so perfect?
Let me just say I'm in this for the long haul I've already got the next two books so the cliffhanger doesn't bother me as such it just made me so glad I'd decided to do it this way otherwise it would have driven me mad.
I liked this book, I did but...it had such potential and I didn't feel it always realised it but then it's difficult to review a book like this in isolation because we've only got part of the picture, ultimately I think I was disappointed that Hanna allows her mother to completely take over, but then she has her mothers total approval for the first time in her life so...also that her mother pushes so much considering what's happened, but then we don't have all the facts, we've no idea what's really going on, hopefully the next book 'Fall to You' will help.
I’m not a huge romance fan and admittedly a lot of romance books end up in my “didn’t like it enough pile,” but I was totally blown away by the skilful way this romance was told. I kept turning the pages as my mind wanted to know more about what Hanna was going to find out and what she was going to do. Hanna is a very likeable protagonist because she’s not your stick-thin, idealised version of a woman none of us could stand. She has real insecurities and her story is extremely compelling. I really enjoyed the way Hanna’s doubts and fear were addressed and you could relate to what she was thinking. The book is the first in a trilogy and ends on quite a cliffhanger.
An absolute must-read for contemporary romance, mystery and suspense fans.