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What's Left of Me by [Maxlyn, Amanda]
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 "This heart-wrenching emotional story reflects Aundrea's struggle to live and to love.  The chemistry, devotion and love Aundrea and Parker portray for one another is unfailing. You will fall in love with Parker and be moved by Aundrea's strength. What's Left of Me is a tear-inducing, emotionally epic journey you will not want to put down." ~ The Rock Stars of Romance

"What's Left of Me is an emotional story of love, strength, courage, devotion and dedication. It's the kind of story that while you're reading it, you become one with the character and feel every emotion she goes through on her journey. Amazing from start to finish." ~ Sandi Lynn, NYT and USA Today Best Selling Author

"What's Left of Me is an incredibly powerful, sexy and touching love story that will always hold a place in my heart." - Nicola with Flirty and Dirty Book Blog

About the Author

Amanda Maxlyn lives in a tiny town outside the Twin Cities in Minnesota with her husband and two awesome little boys. When she is not writing or cleaning up after her boys (yes, all three!), she can be found snuggled up with her Kindle and a glass of wine, spending time with her fictional friends and family. Visit her at

Amy Landon is a classically trained actress with numerous off-Broadway, film, and television credits. Her voice can also be heard on many television and radio commercials. She has an easy facility with dialects, and she is happy to find that her lifelong obsession with books is matching up with her acting and vocal work.

Zach Villa is a bicoastal stage, film, and television performer. Classically trained in acting at Interlochen Arts Academy and the Juilliard School, Zach's audiobook work includes multiple fantasy series. When he isn't voicing a goblin or knight, Zach is writing and recording music.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1091 KB
  • Print Length: 309 pages
  • Publisher: Amanda Maxlyn, LLC; 2 edition (November 12, 2014)
  • Publication Date: November 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #264,204 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
This is supposed to be a book review about What's Left of Me by Amanda Maxlyn. I'm going to try and review it. My emotions are running all over the place. This story brought up some very painful memories. Memories I avoid like the plague.

Aundrea has cancer.

I hate people taking care of me.

I hate feeling lifeless.

I hate feeling helpless.

All she wants is for people to treat her like a normal person. She doesn't want the pity or the sadness. She doesn't want them to avoid her or look at her like she's different. She doesn't want them to handle her with care for fear of hurting the girl with cancer. She's 21 and she wants to live like every other normal 21 year old would live. Yes she's going through chemo. Yes she sick more than she's not. But for just a little while she wants to just be normal.

I refuse to give in.

I refuse to back down.

I refuse to submit.

I refuse to cry.

In an attempt to be carefree, Aundrea agrees to go out one night with her friends. With her confidence firmly in place, she allows herself to have fun. It's this night that she meets Parker. Deciding on a whim to really let go, she goes home with him. For her it's a one night stand. It's living. It's being carefree. She slips out the next morning after an amazing night and she doesn't look back.

Parker however, doesn't want to forget.

He wants Aundrea.

A relationship is not in the cards for her though. She doesn't even want him to know she's sick. She finally relents on the premise they can date casually. What Parker is able to give her is something she could never find on her own. She feels alive with him.

Who is Parker? A friend.
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Okay so maybe I'm not the only one, but I seem to be one of the first people not shitting tears or wanting to make sweet sweet love to this book. Maybe my heart is defective, or maybe just maybe...I have a good reason for my rating. I'll attempt to explain.

Amanda Maxlyn can write! How many times have I reviewed a book where I incessantly complain about how I liked the "idea" of a book or loved the "concept". Countless reviews explaining that it wasn't about the story the author was trying to tell, but the execution....the writing. Being an author is more than having an amazing idea, a beautiful story in your head. Those ideas have to translate onto paper. An author has to write. You, Amanda Maxlyn, can write.

What's Left of Me is a beautiful story, a good story, but it lacked to give me something that elicited an emotional response. The story wasn't anything I hadn't read before. I could tell where the story was going before it went there, and it was so reminiscent of other books I've read with similar plots. The author definitely made the characters her own, and wrote beautifully, but I needed more from the plot. What can I say; I'm greedy like that.

Now onto what made my final thought of this book be, "son of a bitch"...the epilogue. The epilogue made me want to slap Amanda Maxlyn's ass in a job well done! That is the type of writing and emotional solicitation that creates amazing books. If the author could have done that with my emotions the entire book, my rating would have been five stars easy.

However, in the end, the beautiful writing and beautiful moments just weren't enough for me to overlook the feeling that there was something missing.
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By Con on December 12, 2013
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I was given the privilege to read this book in advance (no spoilers here!) and I must say, I was positively enthralled with Aundrea’s story. It has all the elements of what makes a good book: heart, humor, love, uniqueness and at the same time, reality. It is also very well-written. The author did not shy away from the difficult and sensitive topic of cancer and was able to blend it with romance without taking away the essence of the story. The end result is a beautiful love story between a woman who was dealt with a sh*tty deck of cards in life and a man who helped her face her struggles head-on. The build-up of the connection between Aundrea and Parker is just right that it makes the reader want to keep going and read further into the book. The author was also able to translate the medical jargon related to cancer into a simple and understandable language; thus making the story relatable and not overwhelmingly technical.
What I love most about this book is that it has substance. Although this is a love story, it is just very refreshing to read something that doesn’t have the alpha or bad boy male and hapless and helpless female which is the trend nowadays. Kudos to the author for writing about something a lot of us don’t care, but really, don’t want, to think about (the “Big C”), but is otherwise something that is very real and very much a possibility in someone’s life.
I am giving this book a well-deserved five-star rating! Not bad for a debut novel!
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Powerful, mind-blowing. ugly crying must read! I never thought I would cry reading a book as I did with Molly McAdams Taking Chances but Amanda's What's Left of Me just about did me in! Boy was the tears worth it though.

The author does an amazing job creating the lead character Aundrea. She is one the most remarkable women I have ever read about and has handled so many situations I know I would crumble during.

Parker, perfection as I see it. A man all others should look up to. He had me tearing up more than Aundrea did. He was determined to be with Aundrea at all costs. He does some of the most intensely moving things for her.

"I want all of you, Aundrea. Everything and anything that you will give me. I want it all. I want to be your legs when you can't walk. I want to be your arms when you're too weak to eat. I want to be there for you day and night."

There is so much depth and emotion contained in this story. I can see this as a lifetime or Hallmark movie!

This review does not do this book justice but I don't want to give away any spoilers, just know you will never regret the time you spend with Parker and Aundrea!

"You're scared, but just because you can't see your future, doesn't mean that I can't. I see it clearly because I can see mine."
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