Title :              To Live Again
Author :           Melody Dawn
Series :            The Living Series #1
Release date :   September 29th 2015
Rating :           4 Stars
Blurb :
Chloe: She’s broken beyond repair.
Jayson: He’s determined to fix her and make her love him in the process.
has the perfect life or so everyone thinks.She tried to leave her past
behind, but it follows her like a dark shadow. Drowning in guilt, she’s
dying to live, but sees no way out. So she tries to fool herself and
everyone else into believing she is fine. But Jayson sees through the
act that Chloe puts up for everyone else and he’s going to do everything
in his power to help her to live again. Can Chloe let go, or will that
night forever ruin her future?
Review : I
just had the opportunity to read and review To Live Again (The Living
Series #1) and This is Living (The Living Series #1.5) by Melody Dawn
Back to Back. Both books are about the same Persons. Only “This is
Living” takes places several years after the first Book “To Live Again”.
And I can not advice to read “This is Living” without reading “To Live
Again” first.
It was a well written, fast and easy read even if the plotline was hard to digest at times.
I would have to sum up the content of this book in one short statement I
would say, this is a book about forgiving yourself and learning to life
with your mistakes.
hope nobody will ever have to face what Chloe went through and honestly
it is no wonder she is broken beyond repair. She is trapped by her
past, trapped by a mistake she only had half the blame to take for if at
there lies is also one of the things I found hard to understand. I can
not go into detail to avoid spoiler but as far as I understood it due to
a fact that was out of her control she did something. Its true she did
something wrong but in the end result that would not have mattered that
much anyway. And there were other persons also involved and (I might
have overlooked it but) I did not read anything about what happened to
could I explain without spoiler I wonder. Let me try with food… lets
say you are forbidden to eat Ice-cream… but you still eat ice-cream and
drop dead because someone poisoned the ice-cream. Does it still matter
that you ate the ice-cream ? I believe the focus should be why it was
poisoned !
will understand what I mean when you read the book. In the end, it does
not matter – because what happened – happened and no matter who takes
the blame in the end it was Chloe that “did” it.
is this really sweet guy – that is basically “perfect” from top to
bottom and not even Chloe can deny that, but she considers herself
unworthy of live and love.
from the moment those two meet Jayson is in for the fight of his life
not even knowing what he is fighting against, which makes it extremely
difficult to gain ground.
Life’s will be ruined, Hearts will be broken and in the question is who will survive.
The demons or the love …
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