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Nothing Left to Lose (Guarded Hearts Book 1) by [Moseley, Kirsty]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1916 KB
  • Print Length: 525 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GGMQLFO
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 683 customer reviews
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I was looking forward to reading Nothing Left To Lose, being a fan of Kristy Moseley, and enjoying her other books Loved The Boy Who Sneaked In My Window. This one had been on my `to be read' list for a while, and the only reason I hadn't read it sooner was because it was only available on Wattpad. When Kristy announced it was going to be published and released as an eBook I was excited.

I liked Annabelle Spencer, what she went through at the hands of Cater had been traumatic, and shocking, and my heart when out to her. I could understand why she was so defensive and acted the way she did, but I did get I did get a little frustrated at times with her because of some of the things she did, and some of her choices. I just wanted to give her a shake her, and say "Can't you see that Ashton is crazy about you."

Ashton Taylor is very swoon worthy. He was a sexy bad-ass SWAT agent; He was sweet, kind, intense, loyal and very protective loved him. I liked the way he was with Anna he was good for her. He was the first person she lets get close to her since Jack death. Aston breaks down her defenses, make her smile again, he has a way of making her feel safe.

I liked the storyline it had a bit of everything suspense, action, drama, angst, some steamy moments. I laugh; tear up, got cross and frustrated. Told from both POV means I was able to get an insight into what both were thinking, and the depth of their feelings. I thought Annabelle and Ashton relationship was cute. I loved the romantic scenes those parts always put a smile on my face.
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This book was very hard going. I really struggled to finish it but I wanted to find out where Kristy Moseley was this was going with this..

So what did she give us?

Sweet sixteen is a day that every girl should remember, a passage into womanhood and the beginning of a journey but for Annabelle Spencer March the 12 was the day that would be embedded in her life for ever and for her 16th birthday Anna would be left with deep and irrevocable scars instead of a happy ending to a night out.

Jack Roberts wanted to give Anna a birthday she would not forget and had taken her to a nightclub to celebrate. Anna loved Jack with everything she had in her young life and that night she would give Jack her body. He was good and kind and a loving generous boy. Their lives were planned, finish school, college and careers. Jack would become a Doctor and they would get married. Perfect.

Then they met Carter Thomas, murderous, angry Carter, drug and arms dealer and what started out as a special journey for Anna and Jack very quickly became the highway to hell. Carter wants Anna and her dream night turns into her worse nightmare when she watches Carter Thomas snuff the light from Jack systematically beating him to death and taking Anna.

10 months later, after being subjected to Carter's rules and life, she is found. Annabelle Spencer is not the same, and never will be. She is now a cold hard and broken. Carter is in prison for Jack's murder but due to key evidence is due for a re-trial. Carter's obsession with Anna has not ended with his incarceration and nothing will stop him from taking her again.

Three years on and Anna's father is running for presidency.
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The book was well written and had a great story line however the story was very long and drawn out
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I'm currently only at about 40% of this on my kindle - it seems like I have been reading forever though!
Reading the book description before buying, I thought this showed a lot of promise - promise that hasn't quite been lived up to. I can only assume what is going to happen in the remaining 60%, Kirsty's books have been fairly obvious so far, I can only assume this will be no different.
I do not like either of the main characters. Anna is selfish, irritating and stuck up. Ashton is quite pathetic for someone with his special training.
One thing about Kirsty's books is her need to end sentences with "...or something". Her word count would be A LOT less if she took that out. That's my main complaint!
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Kirsty Moseley is one of my favourite authors and her books never fail to impress until I read this one. I loved the characters in the book but the story was just too predictable and way too lengthy as the same story could have been told using half the pages in this book. I would give her other books ago first maybe 'the boy who sneaks through my bedroom window' or 'free falling' as I loved them and this book may put you off reading her other great books!
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I love Kirsty Moseley's books and I was so excited to read Nothing Left To Lose. I just hoped that it lived up to my expectations. Did it live up to my expectations? Oh yeah and then some!

I loved Anna's character, she was vulnerable while being strong. She went through a horrific ordeal that lasted for almost a whole year and when she came out of it she was no longer the spoilt daughter of two high profile parents. The way Kirsty has written and developed Anna through the book makes you see her as a real person. You experience her emotions as Anna does, you fall in love with her as her strength and determination grows. She digs into your heart a little and I may of left bit of it behind with her.

Ashton, it makes a really nice change that Kirsty has written Ashton as a regular nice guy. Don't get me wrong he is kick ass and if I needed someone in my corner he's the first person I'd pick BUT he's not a bad boy turned good for the right girl and I thank Kirsty for recognising that not all book boyfriends need to be reformed bad boys. Ashton has also stolen a lil bit of my heart, how can he not. You really need to go and fall in love with him yourself to understand.

I was taken on an emotional roller-coaster with this story. Not only was it emotional it was so full of angst and suspense I need a new manicure job. This is not a short book, in fact it's one of the longest books I've read because I tend to get bored and end up either skim reading or giving up. I have a short attention span. However, Kirsty kept me hooked from the first word until the last and I read this whole book in one sitting.

This is without doubt one of the best books I have read this year.
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