November 27, 2015

Review: Losing Her by Cori Williams

Love. I’d hated love for most of my life. I saw how it destroyed the one person I thought I could count on as it sucked him under, leaving him not to care about anything else in the world—including me. But when I didn’t close myself off, I let love consume me. Love and hate, two words that don’t often go together but that’s what I felt for him. Beneath the prince lurked a monster.

Lawson Reynolds fell in love with Campbell Wynn the minute he laid eyes on her—even though he was clueless to the fact. Maybe if he had realized it sooner, he wouldn’t have lost her. Campbell Wynn had no interest in becoming another one of Lawson Reynold’s groupies. She thought she found her own happily ever after when she didn’t think they even existed. But the perfectly painted picture soon turned ugly behind closed doors. Will Lawson’s unconditional love be able to save her from the downward cycle that she refuses to break? Or will she reach the point of no return?

Release Date: November 7th, 2015

Review by Dawn

ARC received by Author for an honest review

I received an ARC for an honest review & am so glad I read this one.  I think I found another author to love.  Cori Williams is a new author to me, but the synopsis to this book really drew me in, so I gave her a try.

I must say that reading the prologue for this book kind of threw me a bit when I got into reading the chapters, so I decided to stop, go back to chapter 1 and start again without reading the prologue.  Awesome idea!  I flew through the chapters after that and loved every minute of it.

Campbell Wynn was a sassy, funny high school graduate who had a hard time believing in love.  Her mom cheated on her dad and left, so she stayed with her dad, who took the divorce quite hard.

Cam met Lawson Reynolds after one of his concerts.  She liked him, but wasn't going to be one of his groupies.  They ended up hitting it off and became great friends.

Lawson is a guitarist with the band Jensen Outlaws.  He doesn't like the attention, but it comes with the job.  He instantly fell for Cammie, but couldn't do the relationship thing.  He figured it wouldn't work out with a girl like her and he being on the road all the time could be a problem. So friends it was.

The connection between Lawson and Campbell was beautiful and loving.  I felt the flutters whenever reading about them together.  However, other love interests came into the picture to shake things up a bit.  Sometimes sweet and sometimes frustrating.  There were a few times I wanted to shake Cam and Lawson to wake them up.  I needed them to be together.  They were meant for each other, damn it!

I absolutely loved this story!  Loved that it was sweet, funny and romantic.  Loved that there was tension and fighting too.  However, Cori Williams left me stunned at the end.  Literally I didn't know what to say.  Mouth dropped.....speechless.  I do highly recommend this book if you haven't read it yet.

Thank you Cori for giving me the opportunity to read this book.  Looking forward to the next one.


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