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Lost in Me (Here and Now Book 1) Kindle Edition
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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.
But OMG am I hooked
Story lines are amazing, gripping, hot sexy
I love them all.
New hope is s new hope for me
I'm meeting new characters and their story's everytime I open one of her books.
Thank you Levi for that 1 freebie that sent you to me xxx
We have met Hanna previously as a support character in the New Hope books, she is Maggie’s sister (Unbreak Me), one of the twins although she hasn’t always felt as if she fit in with such beautiful sisters.
Hanna is a very relatable character, especially for someone like myself who is a size 16. Hanna’s body and and self perception is very easy to understand and made me confront my own insecurities while reading about hers. Hanna has very low self-esteem yet she manages to be utterly selfless, she puts other people first without asking for anything in return.
For all her issues she has a very positive disposition, she brings optimism to other people where she lacks it herself. Hanna’s confidence is constantly diminished by her over bearing mother, images of Mrs Bennett from Pride and Prejudice came to mind with her characterization, her unwavering focus in getting her daughters married whether it is in their best interest or not. Her constant disparagement of Hanna’s weight/eating habits adds to Hanna’s issues.
Following an accident Hanna losses her short term memory, the story unfolds as current action together with flashbacks as the memories are recovered. The level of frustration and confusion Hanna feels at not knowing the details of her own life was so well portrayed that I was able to empathize fully with Hanna. Initially, even though Hanna can’t remember the last 11 months of her life, her current situation looks perfect, she has everything she ever wanted. Engaged to the man she has had a crush on since she was 13 and running her own bakery is a dream come true.Read more ›
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.
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book and was keen to read the following ones.Published 10 months ago by Hannah Leslie
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This series of books had me hooked. I'm so disappointed I've finished them!Published 14 months ago by Miss DJ Walker
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