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Losing Track: A Living Heartwood Novel by [Wolfe, Trisha]
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Their slow building relationship was amazing and I was dying for them to finally realize their true feelings. The chemistry between them was sexy, it didn't matter if they were fighting or flirting, it was f***ing hot! --"Nereyda" - Mostly YA Book Obsessed

Boone is pretty straight edged, and at first that put Mel off a little, but as she realizes why he is so tough on himself and doesn't let himself enjoy things, you can't help to feel for him. And once his past is revealed and his history with Hunter is out, I got goosebumps and wanted to hug him. --"Brandi" - Brandi Breathes Books

About the Author

From an early age, Trisha Wolfe dreamed up fantasy worlds and characters and was accused of talking to herself. Today, she lives in South Carolina with her family and writes full time, using her fantasy worlds as an excuse to continue talking to herself.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 1030 KB
  • Print Length: 344 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 15, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N4BKSVI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #582,184 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Whereas The Darkest Part explored the lengths to which our psyches will go to protect us in grief, Losing Track explores the depths to which a person will sink in order to escape feeling anything, to avoid dealing with the pain of grief.

We met Mel in The Darkest Part. She's living life her way--part of the 1%--out on the open road. Never letting anyone tie her to a particular place. She's philosophical, the girl with all the answers. She's always had her best friend, Darla, at her back. When things change, Mel has to figure out who she really is. Boone is suffering. He's preaching all about how to stay sober but can an addict ever truly recover?

One of the things I love most about this genre is witnessing these characters learn about who they are an dhow they fit in the world. Losing Track does just that but in a refreshing way. Wolfe uses substance abut in this case. Mel and Boone--they've both lost themselves--maybe never really knew themselves. Their reasons for choosing the self-destructive behavior seem, at first, due to reasons that are unclear. Why does anyone 'choose' to do drugs? They each continue on their destructive paths as a means to punish themselves, to atone for their perceived sins, and to just stop feeling. In each other, they found a kindred spirit--a person who understood them on a deeper level. Their meeting gave them each something they hadn't had in a long time--hope. And a reason to figure out who they are and why they're living. I think they also found forgiveness.

Losing Track wrung me out. The lives Mel and Boone lead are hard lives. Watching them lose track of where they were headed--even if they direction was only vague--was painful. However, seeing them get on track, taking things one day at a time was inspiring.
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Harsh look at the world of addiction and how guilt and shame always run hand and hand with it. Both main characters have lost someone they loved while they were high. The situations were different, one has now been sober a year but never dealt with the grief and chooses to continually punish himself while the other is fresh in her grief but also not dealing with it which just leads her back to old habits.

We met “biker” Melody Lachlan in the first book. She and her best friend were hard partiers but Mel was there for Sam when she really needed a friend. See that’s that Mel does – she takes care of other people. She’s been taking care of her best friend Darla since grade school. The two were inseparable and lived their lives on Mel’s bike roaming from town to town. Mel never thought twice about the amount of drugs she was doing.. She knew she wasn’t an addict.. Then tragedy strikes and Mel is left to face a harsh reality. Not only does she lose her best friend and the guilt of the part she played in that but she has to face that maybe she isn’t as put together as she thinks. Her probation requires her to do a 20 day stint in rehab where she doesn’t think she belongs but between some of the things the counselors say that manage to get through her thick skull and meeting a man who comes every week to tell his story over and over she starts to realize that the only life she’s ever known – being part of a MC club and under the protection of it because of her father – may not have been the best influence.

As a reader you know Melody is a hard core addict as the author lets us see her in full using mode. It’s a horrible disease and tricks you into doing and believing things you know you shouldn’t do. Its also a crutch to not have to face reality.
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I thoroughly enjoyed The Darkest Part, the first book in this emotionally charged series by Trisha Wolfe, and when I saw that Losing Track was going to be Melody’s book, I was super excited to get into her head. She and her friend Dar were a couple of fun gal’s in the first book and I thought this would be an entertaining ride.

When I started reading it, I don’t think I was totally prepared for the emotional turmoil that it would put me through. I had tears in my eyes right from the beginning. Melody is hit with difficult situations, one after another, right from the beginning. Her world is not just shattered, it was blown apart and she finds it hard to cope. She is forced into rehab and it’s while she’s there that she begins to build herself up again, with the unexpected help of Boone.

Boone has his own secrets and I did not see the twist coming at all!! It literally made me cry, knowing the loss and heartache he has to endure. Both of these characters are quite broken and lean on each other to heal. But it is hard to do when you cannot forgive yourself.

I loved how these two slowly opened up to one another. They gradually told each other about their pasts and built a connection only those in their situation can understand. It’s a very difficult time for both of them and their addictions are always in the back of their minds.

When reading Losing Track, I could feel the emotion that Trisha had put into this story. There are many difficult situations that she wrote throughout this book and my heart would break each and every time. There are some sweet moments too and although it takes time, they do find some comfort with one another. The ending, well it had my bawling my eyes out, so be prepared when you pick this beauty up!!

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