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Losing Connor by Amanda Alberson

7 years ago


Losing Connor

4/4.5 stars

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Synopsis:

At 17 Cassandra Coven made the heart wrenching decision to give her baby up for adoption. When her boyfriend Declan couldn't handle the choice he walked away from their relationship. Years later both Declan and the baby she gave away are thrust back into her life. How will Cassie deal with coming face to face with her past regrets, and can she handle losing them again? Follow Cassie on an emotional ride through her past and into her future.

My Review:

Loved this book. It was a great quick read at 138 pages on my Ipad. It grabbed your attention, drew you in, broke your heart, and put it together again. Quite the accomplishment for s short novel. Done Wonderfully. This book pulled my strings and had me engulfed as soon as I started it. The story was real. It was something that I felt could have truly happened to a live person had this been a memoir. I connected with the characters and fell in love with each of them. The book starts off with flashbacks. Every other chapter you flash to five years previous. It really gave you a feeling of what eld up to the point you start the book at. I am trying REALLY hard not to give anything away about the book because it would ruin it, and its just THAT good. *Shakes Head* At the young age of 17 Declan, our Irish hottie, and Cassie have a decision to make. Or, well, Cassie does. Declan isn't given much of a choice. Their life changes and that is debatable for the good or bad. But 5 years later, one call changes their lives again. This book is heart wrenching. I made the mistake of reading it right before I felt for work and was left reeling my whole shift. My heart was in shatters. I saw it coming, but I didn't. It was one of those books. & the ending! I was very happy to have what ending we did , but wished we would have gotten a little more. I felt like it was a little rushed in the oh-so short epilogue. Regardless it was a wonderful read and you should definitely read it if you are looking for a great read that plucks your heart strings. :D *I received an ARC in return for an honest review*