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Resurrecting Phoenix by [Lucero, Isabel]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 993 KB
  • Print Length: 261 pages
  • Publisher: Isabel Lucero (22 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015QJT9Q0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #240,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have read a lot of Isabel Lucero books and I have always really enjoyed them. This is not typically her sort of writing but it's good to see that she has gone into another direction and to try something different.
This is about Phoenix Nightingale who has lost her husband in a tragic death, obviously this has left her devastated and heartbroken. She takes solitude in a bottle and starts drinking and shutting herself away from everyone who loves her and wants to help.
Evan Tyler walks into a bar one night that Phoenix happens to be drowning her sorrows in. He notices her straight away and she him, and later she realises that he has moved into her street only a couple of houses down.
Evan forces her to take a good look at herself and the life she has chosen to take since loosing her husband.
Does she put up a fight, will she drag him down to the depths of despair with her ? Can he help her see the "light" at the end of a very long tunnel ?
A deep and thought provoking book that is really like a re birth of your life if you wish to take it and all the demons you fight in between.
Well worth the read !!
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This book was one of those little gems that come along once in a while that draw you in completely. For me it is one of the most outstanding reads of this year. It was different to what I was expecting but absolutely pleasantly so.

Phoenix Nightingale has been through hell, the most impossible time that few could bare but surprisingly she has survived but not without losing part of who she used to be. The person she is now is somebody she would never have envisioned she could ever be. Three years ago she lost her husband. On their third anniversary. They were so happy with their bright future clearly laid out for them to see until one horrific night he was taken so violently from her. But she has survived even though she has lost her friends and family she has found her coping mechanism at the bottom of the vodka bottle, so yes she is surviving but barely so. Then Evan Tyler comes to live in her town, on her street. Her new neighbour sees her struggling and recognising some of the pain she is in, he attempts to break down the brick wall she has so cleverly erected around herself.

This was a beautifully written story of loss, betrayal and such desolate despair. The journey that Phoenix goes through starts off so hauntingly sad that you instantly feel for this beautiful young woman. I loved how the despair gradually turns to recognition of her loss, her attempt to claw her way back and finally hope for the future. But all this is down to Evan being there for her, constantly drawing her out of her emotional prison. The way that the story evolves to one of romance was so cleverly interwoven that the flow was so natural to become invested in.
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Wow what a book! I'm always a bit unsure when I start novels about widows and second chances - I never know if it'll be too sad! But I was not disappointed with this beautiful book!

Phoenix married the man of dreams in her early twenties but on their third wedding anniversary, he never came home. Now a year later her grief is still too much to bear. She left her teaching job, she never leaves the house, constantly ignoring her friends and she drowns her sorrows with drink every day. Nothing and no-one is getting through to her. That is until Evan moves to town.

Evan is the kind of guy fairytales are made out of. He's kind, patient and a complete gentleman. Plus he's funny and really hot! He worms himself into Phoenix's life and gradually pulls her out of the darkness she's lived in for so long. But when their friendship starts to become something more, will Phoenix finally be able to move on and find happiness?

Oh how I love this book! Phoenix and Evan's story is just so beautiful and I loved every second of it. You really do not want to miss this amazing book!

I received a free copy for an honest review
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Resurrecting Phoenix was a great story of loss and love. It was packed with emotion, heartache, love and passion... but ultimately it was a story of rebirth. How does one get over the loss of their soulmate? How long is acceptable for the mourning period?

Phoenix Nightingale lost her husband and spends a year in an unfathomable state of despair and depression. Her job, her friends, her life as a whole has ended because she's given up. She can't see a life without her husband and spends her time drowning her sorrows.

When Evan Tyler moves down the street, his easy going charm, kind heart and striking good looks start to work their way under Phoenix's skin and little by little, he gets her to open up. With his help, starts to see the time she's wasted in a bottle and starts to realize that remembering her husband can be a good thing and that it's ok to live a life without him.

Evan was the perfect, guy next door type. He didn't walk into Phoenix's life and just barrel his way through. He saw she needed a friend and he became that friend. In an indirect way and without forcing it... he helped her come out of the depression she was in and with his support, helped her to strive to get her life back on track.

But as things start to look up for Phoenix, she begins to battle with those changes. The internal war she has about moving on and dating again or even falling in love shows how deep a loss like that can affect anyone.

Isabel Lucero did an outstanding job conveying the feelings that Phoenix was going through. The sadness, pain and emptiness she felt was palpable for me, as I read this story. Eloquently written, this was an even paced story with relatable characters and a moving story. Four RISING Stars
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