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Top Customer Reviews
Corban, obviously, is the best boyfriend in the world. He has all the right things to say at the right time (ermmm most men don’t lol).
The ending sucked big salty balls to be honest. It was so corny, I thought I was standing in a cornfield!
But if you can get past how quickly their relationship develops, then this book isn’t a bad read actually. There’s nowt graphic about it, it’s very Mills and Boon with regards to the sex. You know they are about to have sex, then they wake up in each other’s arms. So for a romantic story old style, this is a great book. If you like your love stories more angsty or down and dirty, then this isn’t the book for you.
It was very well written. Slightly flowery in writing style but all in all a fairly decent sweet tale of love after loss.
I am a little on the fence about this book and I did enjoy some elements of the story but for me I just found it to be a little lacking something and somewhat predictable. I have to admit I struggled to read it as it just wasn’t holding my attention and it took me four days to finish when I usually do a book in a day. I loved the opening prologue to the story and thought it held great promise as an angst filled read that didn't really materialise.
We meet Melodi as she is moving on with her life having moved to New York to start afresh following the disappearance two years earlier of her twin sister Abby, who she believes to be dead. Having landed a new job Melodi and her friends go on a night out to celebrate where she meets Corban briefly before her friends whisk her off home. The story soon becomes an instalove read for the majority of the book, something that I am not really a fan of and a predictable CEO meets virgin one at that.
The story picks up some in the last quarter with the arrival of characters from Melodi’s past that cause her to question the situation regarding her sister’s disappearance but again I think the author played her cards a little early and the story was again predictable. The story ends on a cliffhanger with the arrival of another character from Melodi’s past.
An easy read and due to the cliffhanger then I would probably still look out for the second book to follow up on the outcome. This isn’t a story padded out with loads of hot sex, it is only hinted to throughout the book so if you need hot sex in your reads then this is probably not the book for you.
Three years ago Melodi’s sister went missing and has been presumed dead. Melodi knows her sister was going to break things off with her abusive boyfriend but the night she went to do it was the last time she saw her alive. Even though blood was found at his place because no body was found, and for lack of evidence, he got let off. After shutting down and just getting on with the day to day things of life her parents finally decide that it is time she continues with her dream she had shared with her sister to live in New York. Little does she know that this is the place were her life will begin again for the better.
Melodi has been given the chance to apply for a personal assistant position at Case Construction. Her interview panel is quite large and the person who is getting the assistant isn’t even there, just on speakerphone even though he doesn’t talk. What she doesn’t know then is that she will meet him later but in a not so professional manner.
Corban is a very easy man to fall for; you can see why Melodi would go head over heels for him. From the first time they meet you can see the instant chemistry flow between them. Well that comes after Melodi’s total embarrassment as she first stumbles up the stairs in a club, luckily Corban is there to catch her. When she gives her full name he instantly recognises her name from the interviews earlier and you can see that he is pleasantly surprised. When he tries to get her to go into his office, as he owns the club, she stops dead in her tracks.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There were times in the book when I wasnt sure how much more to the story there was. Some of the events were predictable and comments about Melodi missing Abby repeated. Read morePublished 7 months ago by L Street
I found Melodi really immature and her thoughts throughout the book irritating, how she became a PA I just don't see it. Then the end bit in the hospital, it read poorly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by L beaver
The Lost One is book #1 in the Lost Series, this is the first book I have read by this author and I was lucky enough to be gifted a copy to read for Gemma... Read more
I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.
The premise of this story is a good one and I was intrigued from the start. Read more