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Losing Me, Finding You: A New Adult Biker Erotic Romance ('Triple M' MC Series) Paperback – April 24, 2013
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The plot/storyline was okay. The writing is good. It reads fast. I've yet to purchase anything else from this author as of yet, but I hear she has some other really good reads out. I may or may not check into them at some point in the near or far future. The characters were written okay. I think they lagged more depth. They didn't give full intros or backgrounds and the story just hopes from one thing to the next, same goes for characters. I would have either liked to concentrate on the characters more or leave extras out to accommodate the lack of not knowing anything about them. Perhaps even have the book longer. As I've said it reads well. I finished it within a day. Its just missing that extra something.
While I don't like to read about a certain subject and will not spoil it for anyone... this is a 18+ book. Check into a few reviews that may have spoilers listed so that you can find out if its for you or not.
Amy's vapid with living her never changing life. She soon realizes this while meeting a stranger. She then starts to wonder what it would be like to be free. Free from all the confines she's lived with all her life. The only living she's ever gotten is from her love of books and her many, many book boyfriends.
Austins out on the road doing is thing with his fellow MC's. Only he's hiding a secret from almost just about everybody. He's always been free of ties and not wanting to tied to anyone. He likes living this side of wild. Then he meets a girl- Amy Cross. He see's something wanting to be free in her eyes. From there on he doesn't know what to think about her. What is it about this mystery girl he doesn't know anything about but just meets.
During the ending few chapters of the book were the best parts. I felt the characters did grow some but now enough. At one point it becomes clear that both of them feel something but neither will come out and tell the other what it is. The banter and inner dialog of each is hysterical. Especially during the entire book for Amy. I loved how the Author played into the loving books thing inside of a book. It was awesome, something that seems to be a trend now-a-days. I'm okay with it as long as its done correctly, it is!
I'm going to put a disclaimer first and say I don't read YA and I'm only now trying out New Adult to see if I like it better. The drawback to this is the main character in this novel, Amy, has the mindset of a young teenager rather than the twenty-one-year-old she is. This made it particularly difficult for me to relate to her, though there is a reasonable explanation for her being the way she is. I did appreciate her subtle strength and how she grew as the story progressed.
Austin was described as a hot, bad boy (my favorite kind), but I had some difficulties believing this about him. For most of the novel the only thing really naughty he did was have wild sex in places that aren't the most traditional. You don't learn until closer to the end about some of the other things he does and by then it felt a little too late. I did like him, though, and did feel the strong chemistry between him and Amy.
The thing that really kept me going in the novel was the actual story telling. C.M. Stunich has a way of drawing you into the world she creates. I felt invested enough that I just had to find out how things would go despite my issues with the characters. The last twenty percent really grabbed me and had to be the best part. "Losing Me, Finding You" doesn't have the most complicated plot, but the author's writing is strong enough I'd definitely read more by her in the future. Plus that cover is hot!!
If you're a new adult fan, you'll probably enjoy this one more than me. It might be worth giving it a try.
CM has done it again and I can officially say the girl never seems to disappoint. I loved this book even more then I loved the cover and I didn't even think that was possible. Hello, the cover almost gave me a bookgasm alone. Then I started reading about Amy and Austin, let's just say I don't know how I was holding this book it is so HOT!!!
"When I say that no other women had ever had this effect on me, I meant it. I can't even remember my own last name right now."
"Wow, Lets just say that I had high expectations and Austin Sparks did not disappoint."
Ok so this book starts out with Amy a pastor's virginal daughter who has been sheltered by her parents but is a closet book whore who has lived in each fantasy. She knows that there is more out there in the world and she wants to experience it.
"I'm wrapped up in fantasies that combine Austin Sparks with a variety of my other favorite book boyfriends, making for a daydream that's almost too risqué for the hot heat of the afternoon."
Then it happens the bikers rule into town for "festival". And as Amy is going dress shopping for her cousins wedding she sees him. Austin Sparks and let's just say Sparks fly!! Austin to Amy is a real life book boyfriend and she wants to experience her own story.
"Austin Sparks isn't anybody's boyfriend. He's just ....tall, ripped, delicious, incredible."
"My eyes are looking directly at a black T-shirt stretched over a wide chest, and I have to tilt my chin up to find the face of the man with the most amazing body ever. Oh. My. God. He looks just like my book boyfriend!"
Austin sees Amy and he feels something he is not use to experiencing and he wants to know why. So he asks her to meet him for drinks. And from there their story starts
"Can you handle me? I have high expectations, you know. All us romance readers do. We're spoiled by words."
"After all, this is the night of my first kiss, my first time, and my new life because whether Austin lets me join his motorcycle club or not, I'm leaving."
"This better be as good in real life as it is in my books, or I'm going to be quite upset."
Amy and Austin relationship was fun, it was innocent, it was HOT, it was emotional and it was pure. I am so attached to these two that I never wanted their story to end. But there was also more than just them there was a whole family of characters. Characters that I loved, I hated and ones that I want to know better.
"How do I join?" she asks and it taked me a long, hot second to figure out what it is that she wants.
"Your gang - group-whatever. The people with the triple M's on the back of their jackets." Ah. The girl wants to join my motorcycle club.
"You don't want anything to do with Triple M. S***, I don't even want anything to do with Triple M.
Totally want to join his gang and I totally want to be on the back of a bike even more now!! LOVED IT, WANT MORE AND I THINK THIS BELONGS IN EVERYONES KINDLE, BE SIDE YOUR BED, IN YOUR BED (I WON'T JUDGE!) I will tell you this ....
"After all these years of reading about bad boys and alpha males and delicious men with ridiciulous names, it's my turn. Mine. Mine. Sorry, Horse; Sorry Kellan Kyle; Sorry, Ty Mcabe; Sorry, Travis Maddox; Sorry Gideon Cross. But I'm breaking up with all of you."
Yeah this book is definitely 5 STARS OF HOT, HOLY HELL WHERE DO I FIND ONE OF THOSE BOYS AT THE STORE !!