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- Print Length: 131 pages
- Publisher: Lavish Publishing, LLC; 1 edition (April 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XBFBQK5
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #808,194 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Title: Where there is faith
Author: L.A. Remenicky
Robbie nearly lost his life after a tragic accident that changed his life forever, 3 years later and he is still struggling to come to terms with his loss. Turning to whiskey seemed the only way forward until he hit rock bottom and realised that he had to face his grief and try and rebuild his life. He has buried any chance of ever finding what he had with Madison, he knew there was no chance of being lucky enough to have that again.
Faith has no idea of what actually happened to her 3 years earlier and can only try and rebuild her life with what she knows, her accident has left her with amnesia, blinding headaches and a new face as she was so badly beaten she was unrecognisable, and the unease that no one ever came looking for her ? How can she just be a nobody, she was found with no ID and no one worrying about where she was, the only thing she had was a necklace with some dates on which obviously meant nothing to her, well that she could remember anyway. Faith struggles in social situations and only trusts Nikki, Nikki and Faith have become close since she has been I the hospital where Nikki was looking after her.
Faith and Robbie first meet when Nikki let Faith stay at her cottage so she could write her books, becoming an author was all she had since the accident and her muse was always there to help her. Robbie's loud music was triggering a headache for Faith, knocking on his door to introduce herself and asking him to turn the music down slightly was not a good first encounter, Robbie is rude and grumpy , although HOT , very HOT!!
Wait,, for Faith this was confusing, what where these feelings she was experiencing ? She had no idea how Robbie was going to change her life, and she never would of dreamed how she is going to change his.
Robbie knew he had been rude but wow did she stir something in him that he had buried along with his wife !! Faith was the first girl that had managed to awake this side and he wasn't sure he was ready to face that this soon !!
The truth always finds a way of coming forward but will it destroy them and who they are ?
Robbie and Faith's story is not a straight forward fall in love get married type of story and there are a fair few twists and turns to keep you guessing what they would become. There is part of the story where you will be able to foresee what is going to unfold but it doesn't reduce the enjoyment of their journey. There was a slight danger to part of the story and I would of liked there of been a bit more drama to it but that's just in my opinion. A well written story with a great ending.
There were a lot of secondary characters in this book, which I’m sure played into the other stories. Ragan and her husband, Adam, played a heavy part in this story, but at the beginning they both, but especially him, were introduced as if I should already know he was some big rock star. I didn’t know because I hadn’t read the other books. Even though this is noted as a standalone, I think it would be beneficial to read the others first.
This book is written in third person, which admittedly isn’t really my favorite. I find that I have difficulty finding attachment to the characters when I’m being told about them, verses being part of the story through their eyes, and that is exactly what happened here. Robbie and Faith started off on the wrong foot, and from the time of that less than pleasant first meeting, their relationship bounced from hot, to cold, to back again several times. So much so, that I became less interested in what would happen next, because the story was bouncing back and forth rather than progressing. It wasn’t the hot and cold that left me wanting more, but more of the back and forth that left me expecting it. There were some parts within the story, like the fact that Robbie brought a virtual stranger into the delivery room immediately after his sister had a baby (and the fact that they were all totally okay with that!) that jut seemed to fall short for me. The ending did have a good twist to it, although I really did see it coming it wasn’t a total surprise. The problem was so many other people I didn’t know (that were probably introduced in the first two books) played a part in the end that I couldn’t appreciate everything that happened.
I may have had a different outlook if I didn’t read this as a standlone, but overall I just think the gaps in the storyline, the back and forth with the main characters, and the addition of so many other people just left this one a bit short for me.
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