- File Size: 1948 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1640342346
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (October 24, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076CRYS47
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,085,704 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lottie is all heartbroken over Danny's news that she can't think straight. Her mind takes her back to the past to the only person she thought she would ever love and that they would be together forever. Her best friend since they were babies. He became her boyfriend during their teenage years and Lottie started seeing Joe in a different way. They were going to get married and spend the rest of their lives together but then tragedy strikes close to home and everything comes crashing down around them. The next she knows Joe breaks up with her and takes his passport and leaves town.
With seeing the pictures of Danny in the paper it brings up memories that Lottie thought she had put to rest a long time ago but maybe not. She starts to dwelling on it all and wondering about the "what ifs". She starts to wonder if she and Joe were meant to be like she always dreamed of. Was she making a mistake with Danny? What does she truly want? Maybe the only way to find out is to take a walk into the past to meet with Joe to see what happened and where to go with in future.
Lottie had to go through the things she did, experience every heartache, every joy, and meet the people she did in order to become the person she is now in order to love the people she loves now. If she hadn't experienced all those things then she would be a different person and her life would be so totally different than what it is. I am trying to say is that I tell my husband that we had to experience the things we did and meet the people we did to be the people we are today. If we hadn't experienced any of those things we would not be the people we are then we may not have liked each other and never have fallen in love.
Lottie Loves is not the first book by Samie Sands that I have read and I hope it won't be the last. I have honestly loved everything by her that I have read and Lottie Loves was no different. Lottie Loves is a very short book that will keep you flipping the pages wanting to know more about Lottie and Joe, Lottie and Danny.
I would recommend Lottie Loves to anyone who loves a good love story or heartbreak whichever way you want to look at it but fair warning you may need a box of tissue.
I really wanted to love this book. I wanted it to be one that I could rave about to you and beg you to read. The blurb sounded so incredible, it had my attention and made me want to read it.
As I cleared my scheduled and started reading the story, I was perplexed. At times, the story was excellent. It held my attention, grasped its claws into me, and made me keep reading. At other times, it felt forced reading. It left my attention wondering, its claws were slipping, and left me confused. I felt like I went back and forth during the entire story.
Having a read like this is incredibly frustrating. It’s not frustrating because the author did a bad job writing the story, or frustrating because the story was lacking, it’s frustrating because it’s hard to fully explain in writing why I was struggling so much, so bare with me as I try to explain.
As I sit here and write this review and think in my head, I think there are two biggest reasons that the story wasn’t “great” all the way through; over writing and lack of description or explanation. I know, these two seem to make no sense together, right? Let me explain. I think, at times, the author went in a little deep with her writing, her explanations, and back story. I think some of it wasn’t necessary. However, the way that this story is written, you get “back stories” or history of the main character and her childhood sweetheart. However, you don’t get a warning when it is the flashback, you just kind of have to know. Certain times, it’s glaringly obvious but other times it’s not so obvious and required me to go back and re-read a little bit to realize I was reading a flashback. I think maybe had these been labeled a little bit better, it might have helped my mind prepare a little bit and not have so much confusion.
So, overall, it wasn’t a bad read. The main female character has some serious inner turmoil and is forced to make a pretty intense decision. She had, what I would consider, an unhealthy first love, and her heart doesn’t want to let go. It’s intense and heart breaking. I can recommend to read the story, just prepare yourself for flashbacks and know if it doesn’t seem like current times, it’s probably a flash back. Maybe the author will choose to edit her story a bit to make it more clear. If not, it’s still a good story.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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