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New Point (The Point Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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New Point is the first book I have read by this author, I was gifted copy of this book to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.
I think I decided to read this book because I honestly think the cover is beautiful, the model pictured is haunting and everytime I see it I still think “God that’s a great picture” lol.
This story starts off great, Miles and Zoe have a great meet cute and I love a beach love story, but somewhere along the way this book just got a bit blaaaaah.
This book is dual POV but it mainly focuses on Zoe and her issues, to be honest I really struggled to engage with her. She’s a sweet girl and she went through a traumatic event but I just found her a bit annoying.
I don’t want to diminish how horrific a gunman coming into a school is, but I expected a much more traumatic and disturbing flashback. I’m not saying that I would have wanted to read a scene like that but it’s what I was expecting.
This book just didn’t do it for me, Miles and Zoe started off as a cute, sexy couple but then this story turned into more of a self help, motivational guide and I really struggled to stay involved with the plot.
Etta being both Zoe’s boyfriend’s sister and her therapist really felt like a conflict of interest and if I’m honest I really feel like Zoe should have disclosed her mental health issues to her employer especially when she is working with children!!! I know this is nitpicking but it bugged me!!
I’ve just finished reading and to be honest I just feel a bit disappointed and lacklustre, this isn’t badly written. It’s just that the intensity from the first quarter seemed to diminish when the story became more about Zoe than it did about Miles and Zoe.
Sorry but New Point just didn’t meet up to my expectations, I give it 2.5 stars.
Zoe's background is released to us in pieces via flashback, which prolongued the mystey and intrigue as to why she was suffering anxiety. I read the full 'reveal' through my fingers and holding my breath. Luck manages to create an atmosphere, in both the flashbacks and the main story, which suck you in from the very first page. When Zoe thinks back to her experiences, her fear and pain absolutely radiate off the page.
From Blake's interview, right through until the end of the book, I held my breath while reading through my fingers or with my hand in front of my mouth in shock. A book hasn't kept me guessing right until the end for a very long time.
Another thing Luck does extremely well is creating visuals in the reader's minds. Her descriptions of landscapes and her characters. I really felt as if I were there in New Point with Zoe. The only character I didn't enjoy reading was Lacey, who I felt was a bit too cliche compared to all the others.
The entire book is extremely well written (bar a few minor editing errors), which deals with a subject many would be wary of dealing with, but it is does in such a sympathetic and classy way. I will most certainly be reading more in this series.
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I enjoyed this story a lot. At time I did feel that it was dragged out a little longer than it should have been but not bad. You are drawn in to this story and you can't put this one down. Stella just takes you and when you add Zoe in the mix these two explode off the pages. Aww we can't forget Blake, alpha man that you love but want to walk up to and tell him to get his crap together! Blake and Stella push their feeling for each other aside till they can't anymore. Zoe goes through an event that pushes Stella and Blake together. They fight against the draw that both have and do some pretty harsh things to each other. The road they all find themselves on brings you to your knees and has you wondering can they find the happiness they deserve.
One read you can't put down!
Zoe and Miles struggle with trust issues. She tries to keep him from learning about the madman in Chicago that she dealt with. She wants a clean slate, but she is still having nightmares and anxiety attacks. He wants her to trust him, to talk to him about things, but she can't. When the past comes back and finds her in New Point, Zoe's life is on the line again. She is an extremely courageous woman.
This book was about second chances, starting over, and learning to trust. Very well written with deep emotions and lovable characters. I am looking forward to the next book!