Author: Lexi Ryan
Publisher: (August 4th, 2014)
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Check out my reviews for: Lost in Me (Here and Now #1) | Fall to You (Here and Now #2)
NOTE: This is a "New Adult" novel. Due to mature content this title is recommended for ages 17+
Synopsis: What if you would never remember the day you made the most important decision of your life?
That’s what they’re telling me about the day of my accident—the day I put on Max’s ring and chose him over Nate. I’m counting on the wisdom behind a decision I don’t remember making.
Max is amazing—sexy, sweet, and kind. I was starting to believe happily-ever-after might be in my future after all. Then the unthinkable happened and my world imploded. If I’m going to make this work with Max, I need my missing memories, or at least answers from about those five days before my accident.
But what does my future hold if those answers aren’t anything like I imagined?
Review: 4.5 Stars - All for This is the third and final title in the Here and Now Trilogy from author Lexi Ryan. Utterly and completely twisted, leaving you guessing right until the very end, these books have everything to leave you swooning one minute, confused the next and heartbroken within the next breath. It’s a mystery that’ll hook you and keep you twisted up tight and loving every minute of it!
With the days leading up to Hanna’s accident that leaves her without a large chunk of her memory still missing from her, she’s trying to figure out why she made certain choices during that time, all while dealing with issues big and small in the present. Each title has been an emotional rollercoaster from the start and I was so wrapped up in what was happening that I lost hours of time in what felt like a blink of an eye. And nope, I didn’t mind it one single bit because, these characters, their story and everything written have stuck with me.
I have no idea how Ryan did it with these books but it’s mentally exhausting from page one. But don’t let that put you off because… I can’t even explain in words how much I loved everything about these books. They are a favorite that I’ve read this year and some that I’ll have no problem rereading on into the future. Who doesn’t love a book or series that you could reread?
I loved Hannah. I loved how she worked through every issue, big or small. I loved the secondary characters, even the ones I hated and wow do these characters all stick with you for their own reasons.
I was kept guessing time and time again because just when I thought I had it right, I was proven wrong. And then when I thought I finally figured it out, nope wrong again. I have to commend Ryan for not only keeping me guessing but for keeping the emotions constantly high for the characters and readers right through to the end. How she managed to write something such as this over three books… I have no idea but rock on Mrs. Ryan, rock on!
The hard thing about writing reviews sometimes is when you’ve come to an end of a series or trilogy that you loved. You don’t want to give anything away yet you want to make sure you convey just how amazing the books are. I guess if you were to write a check list on what makes a great story this one would have every box checked and tons of notes written in the “other” section.
This is a MUST read trilogy! They are all available for purchase and trust me you’ll be dying to read them back to back to find out what the heck is going on! Due to adult content I recommend these to 18 and older readers who love fantastic contemporaries because these are perfect for you! I can’t wait to see what Ryan writes next as she’s now on my top list of go to authors. Happy reading!
About the Author:
Once a college English professor, I now write full time. I live in rural Indiana, where, when I'm not writing, I get to hang out with my husband and two kids--a six-year-old boy and a two-year-old hellion, er, girl. Not surprisingly, reading and writing remain my favorite activities, though both come in bits and pieces these days, not the big hunks of time I enjoyed before I had children. When I'm feeling virtuous, I like to go running (I use that word liberally. I'm really, really slow) or do yoga. Don't worry, I'm always careful to balance out such activities with a hearty serving of ice cream or a chocolate martini.
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