Sunday, 1 March 2015

REVIEW~ Absolute Love by Erin Everleigh

Phoebe thought she had her Happily Ever After. She had a beautiful little girl and was married to the man of her dreams.

But the unexpected death of her mother causes Phoebe’s world to come crashing down.

Confronted with the realization that the missing pieces of her past are lost to her forever, she watches herself morph into a person she no longer recognizes. A person she quickly grows to hate.

Barely making it through each day, Phoebe struggles to repress her darkest thoughts. But at night, she is held captive in nightmares from which she cannot escape.

With her marriage dangling by a thread, Phoebe fears a future with Justin may no longer be possible.

Refusing to give up, Justin fights for the life they used to share. But when he stumbles upon what could be the missing piece to Phoebe's past, he is faced with a choice that could cost him everything.

When you feel like all hope is lost, is there a love that can transcend all and
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Ratings: 4 Stars (I liked it)
I received an arc in exchange for an honest review.

I will lump this story into the category of 'Different'. I haven't read a story with this plot yet and it was really good. 'Absolute Love' had so many good things that worked well within the story.
 The story is told from Phoebe and her husband's Justin point of view. Dual POV is always my favourite as it gives you a better insight into both characters and what they are going through. This definitely had me sold :)
 I won't restate what the story was word for word or scene by scene, the author took her time to create a well written blurb that grabbed my attention. Erin does an excellent job in giving you a look into what to expect when you buy Absolute Love. (Please check out the blurb)
Absolute Love takes you on one woman's journey to find herself and who is trying to figure out the missing pieces in order to be happy and save her marriage.
  I think Phoebe felt that her mother didn't love her enough to tell her the truth about the missing pieces. You could see how Phoebe was hurting and in return how she pushed away one of the most important person in her life. Erin, the author also did a great job with adding mystery to the plot. The author came up with clever hints which keeps the reader guessing on what everything really meant. 
 I thought once the secrets were out everything moved along a little two quickly and I was left with so many unanswered questions. Even before the secrets were revealed, I kept looking at my % on the kindle and wondered how everything would fit in such a short amount of time. It was like going up on a Rollercoaster that keep building up the intense feeling but once you got to the top and experienced the ride the excitement was gone.
Overall,  I liked Absolute Love and would differently recommend it to a friend that is looking for something different.

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