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Out of Mind (Out of Line #3) by [McLaughlin, Jen]
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About the Author

Jen McLaughlin is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of steamy new adult books for the young and young at heart. Under the penname Diane Alberts, she writes bestselling contemporary romance, including the Take a Chance series and the Honor Guard series. Jen lives in Pennsylvania.

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  • File Size: 882 KB
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jen McLaughlin (April 26, 2014)
  • Publication Date: April 26, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JZ51OVA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,616 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In an effort not to spoil this experience for everyone who loves Finn and Carrie and wants to enjoy every minute of their journey, I'm going to keep my review short, sweet and simple.

Oh the emotions! I'm pretty sure I went through every one possible while reading this book. Out of Mind had tons of ups and downs, as you can probably guess from the synopsis. After being injured in the line of duty, Finn's in a dark place place and he's pushing away the person he loves most in the world. His pain was evident on nearly every page of his chapters. Carrie is trying to help Finn, but preserve herself. She's at a complete loss of what to do. Riley's lurking in the background and I had some strong suspicions about him, but I ended up being pleasantly surprised by him. Carrie's father plays a larger part in this book, and while I had my doubts about him based on some of his words and actions in the previous books, I have to be honest and say that I really liked him in this book.

It was easy to get lost in Carrie and Finn's world during this book. I was completely immersed in their love, confusion and pain. Out of Mind deals with some pretty harsh realities and does it in a way that I found both informative and respectful. It absolutely breaks my heart to think about the number of soldiers who come back from service having seen some of the gruesome realities Finn faced in this story. I can only hope each of them has a support network to help them cope.

Jen McLaughlin is a genius. I have mad love for this series and these characters. Out of Mind is an emotional, tumultuous and absolutely perfect conclusion to a series I have loved since I read the first page of Out of Line.

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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I wasn't sure how I was going to get through this book, in fact, it hasn't taken me this long to read a book in forever. Between constantly wiping away tears, and having to take a break to pick my heart up off the floor and put it back together, I was a complete emotion wreck while reading this book. What an apt title this book has, because it quite literally had my going out of my mind!

I have loved every second spent with Carrie and Finn. Their relationship was filled with ups and downs, and it was tested to the max on more than one occasion. But, what went down in this book, truly tore me to pieces. It came too close to home, and I felt all the pain and anguish that was poured into every page.

This book was a lot darker than the others. Finn was a complete mess. With one loss after another, I'm not sure how he coped, and I could see why it nearly drove him insane. I hated that his circumstances ripped into his relationship with Carrie, but I held onto hope that love would save them. After all, we've been taught that true love conquers all, so why would it be any different this time.

Aside from being scared for Finn, I was extremely proud of him. He did some stupid things, messed up everything that meant anything to him, but he did it with a good heart, and he was willing to work at it when the right time came. I just prayed that it wasn't too late. He was a good guy in a bad place, but he deserved his happiness, and that meant being with Carrie.

This book was hard-hitting, emotional and will make you cry like a baby. I feel so blessed to have read a book that could move me so completely. It was a spectacular read, that I am sad to see come to an end. However, I'm so glad I'm the type of reader who reads EVERYTHING in a book, otherwise I would have missed the hint that Marie, Hernandez and Riley will all be finding their happiness. I cannot wait!!
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This is the ending of Flinn and Carrie's story and what a way to end it. Jen McLaughlin out did herself to have you feel their pain, their love and their happiness, get ready with the Kleenex. This book grabs you from the start and holds you to the end and worth the entire ride.
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This book was amazing! I laughed, cried, held my breath, cried some more and finally smiled at the end. The story was so heartbreaking and fantastic. Such a great ending to an amazing story. I look forward to the other stories related to this series. Job well done!!
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I have read the entire series Out of Line, Out of Time and now Out of a Mind. I adored this series and Ms McLaughlin saved the best for last.

Carrie and Finn are such a sweet, complete couple. In this book Finn has come back from war severly injured, the sole survivor of his unit. He is guilt ridden, remorseful, and still struggling to recover from his injuries. Finn is suffering from PTSD, trying to adjust to civilian life, and failing. He is living with Carrie's parents, and Carrie is trying to care for him, brilliantly I might add. She is loving, kind, patient, just plain adorable in her devotion to Finn. Finn and Carrie love each other completely, but Carrie's self sacrificing, unconditional love for Finn is quite admirable. Finn tries to be appreciative of Carrie's care, but he fails more often than not. I thought the author handled a wounded warrior very honestly; the good and bad. I thank her for that.

My heart broke for Finn dealing with his PTSD , I got teary eyed when Finn had to deal with a heartbreaking, life altering event After his injuries. It wrenched my heart out ., I just wanted to reach through my kindle and hug him. Finn is now truly broken, and he pushes Carrie away, breaking her heart in the process.

Time passes, Carrie tries unsuccessfully to move on, possibly with another man, but can't get over Finn. Finn hitting rock bottom, decides to get his s<%# together, and wants .Carrie back. What ensues is good old fashioned wooing.

I don't want to give away the ending, but the reader will be happy. Great series. I will read more reform this author.
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