I really enjoyed this story.
This was a story about Kasey dealing with an awful life altering tragedy in her life or rather not dealing with it well.
She is afraid to let anyone into her life and keeps all these walls up but she discovers that she can open herself up to friendship and love if she would just try.
She never expects to feel what she feels for Storm & Mia and Trent - love.
Then everything crumbles down around her and she has to confront her past to move on.
A beautiful story about love & forgiveness
Wreck Me & Restore Me by J L Mac, similar storyline
At first I had to adjust because the narrator also narrated a very popular series of books that I had listened to a few times and it felt like they were in this book but a few chapters in I got past that.
I love to read
breath taking beautiful
you could feel the emotions as the reader read.
she brings the perfect voice and flow.
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
This book pulled me in from the very beginning. I loved all the characters involved and felt every emotion of the book. I would definitely recommend this book to others; it's worth the purchase or use of a credit.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
Wow, this one really pulled at my heart. It was one of those that pulled me in from the beginning and lasted until the very last! It's a very emotional story, not much sexual content, but it's one that's so interesting it doesn't matter. So you know I'm going to tell you it's worth the credit!
yes, it was written with such thought and understanding.
How it took you from seeing two people broken and finding an understanding of why life is the way it is and bringing them together.
On the beach when trent came back to her.
Storm, she was so determined to find a way for Casey to be healed.
Love the emotions and feelings this writer puts in her books. Can't stop listening to her books once I start.
I thought this would be a good series but I was disappointed. This book didn't get good until the very end. Not sure if I'm going to give the 2nd book a try. The narrator was good. I think if the book had been better, I'd say she was great.
Good, Nice Voice, Easy listening
The beginning and the end of the book was ok. I would change the rest.
This is one of the best books ever. I have read and listened to many romance novels and the story lines are often similar. This book however was different. It was a plot like no other. The story pulled me in and grabbed my heart. I am wrapped up in the characters lives. I cannot wait to start the next book in the series.
All business but contemporary fun!
The narrator was too soft spoken for my taste.
The story is indeed a bit stretched, Kacey has gone through so much heart ache in her life but she never dealt with her emotions which led to problems later on. I personally think that Trent's identity is spoiling the story. Without it would have been much more believable.
Mostly YA Book Obsessed!
This is one of those books that has been on my TBR foreeeeever! I bought it when it originally came out and it’s been sitting on my kindle since then. I’ve heard such good things about these books and I’ve been wanting to read them, but then they just kept getting pushed back. And with more books releasing, I was getting even more behind. When I received an audiobook to review Four Seconds to Lose last year, I thought I could just start with that book (book #3) and if I liked it, I can go back and read the rest of the books. I really liked Four Seconds to Lose (it also introduced me to my narrator crush, Sebastian York. Check out his voice!) and since Elizabeth Louise narrates all 3 books in this series, I thought it would be perfect to continue to listen to the audiobooks.
Four years ago, Kacey was the only survivor of a tragic accident that took the life of her mom, dad, best friend and boyfriend. Kacey has a severe case of survivor’s guilt and after spending the last couple of years drinking and partying and sleeping around, she hits rock bottom. She finally decides to try to move on and be a better person. After her pervy uncle tries to get into her sister, Livie’s bed, Kacey takes Livie and they flee to start a new life in Miami. Kacey has no ide how they’re going to survive since she has no job and barely any money. But she’s determined to survive for her sister.
Kacey starts off as one cold bitch. This is how she deals with trying to keep people away, and it’s worked out well for her. Until she meets her neighbors. The surgically blessed, sometimes stripper, Storm and her daughter Mia. As much as Kacey tries to keep her from getting too close, Storm doesn’t let her. She ends up being a huge help to Casey and Livie, not only by finding her a job but by being someone they can trust. They also end up being a big help to Storm when Livie offers to take care of Mia during Storm’s crazy shifts. Then there’s Trent. Her super hot neighbor who seems determined to help Kacey healed. Although I really liked how their relationship progressed, it was a little bit too slow for me in the beginning. But, eventually Trent broke down her walls too. I understood why she was so determined to keep everyone from getting too close, and I even liked bitchy Kacey. But it was great seeing Trent, Storm and Mia break down her icy walls little by little.
I think at this point I’ve read sooooooooooo many NA books, so many of them having similar themes that while I still really liked this book, I wasn’t…wowed like I was expecting to be. It was still a good story that I really enjoyed. Full of pain and healing and learning how to love. I especially liked the last few emotional chapters. I really liked Livie’s character and I’m planning on listening to her book, One Tiny Lie, soon. It was nice to see characters from Four Seconds to Lose and I’m looking forward to Ben’s story in Five Ways to Fall!
Audiobook review: I was super bummed that Yorkie couldn’t narrate this book too, which I get since there were no male POV chapters. But still, I could listen to him recite the damn phone book. I really like Elizabeth’s voice for these books. She does a really good job at capturing the characters. Especially Kacey and Storm, she nailed those! I did think that her ‘guy’ voices, Trent especially, needed to be a little bit deeper to better distinguish them. I love when I can tell which character is talking as soon as they start saying their line. Sometimes, I thought Kacey was still talking when it was Trent. She does get better though because she really did a good job with the guy voices in Four Seconds to Lose. Elizabeth gave a solid performance. I loved her bitchy Kacey as much as I liked her ‘falling in love’ Kacey and her heartbroken Kacey. I love audiobooks but I’m very picky about the narration, I would definitely buy another audiobook by her.
I feel like such a dum dum. I’m almost sure the book pretty much spells it out but I still don’t get it!! I’m definitely below smart if it’s so simple! What is the purpose of ten tiny breaths? Seize them, feel them, love them? Ahh! What does it mean??
Anyway good read. I’m with other positive reviews. It’s why I picked it up and glad I did. Tastefully written. Casey and Ben are my faves in this one and Mia the most annoying. Off to read 4 seconds to lose now.