Wednesday, July 29, 2015


by Zeia Jameson
Genre: New Adult Romance

Jeremy's goals were to work hard, be successful and make his mother proud.
Livy's goals were to separate herself from her past and keep people at a distance.
When Jeremy meets Livy, his priorities shift slightly - getting Livy to trust him becomes number one on his list.
Jeremy and Livy take a chance on each other and give a relationship a try. But when they come to a crossroads and want different things out of life, they struggle to figure out what to do next.
A mysterious gift from an anonymous source is the fate of their future. It'll help them remember why they started a relationship in the first place.
But will remembering the past be enough for Jeremy and Livy to overcome the turmoil of what their lives have become?
Note: This is a New Adult Romance and contains mature language and situations.This book is not recommending for readers under the age of 18.

4.0 out of 5 stars RealisticJuly 25, 2015
This review is from: Throwback (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
At first for me, the story drug on too long. If it wasn't so long, it could have been a great read. But for me, I just got bored. But I plugged on. It was only the beginning that really was too slow for me. The characters were well written, and I liked them. As the story progresses, you get a real look at what happens when you become parents.
Watching Jeremy and Livy struggle with their changing relationship, their changing duties and needs in life was good. This was such a true accounting of giving yourself up for your child, your spouse, losing yourself. I could really relate with Livy. This is a long book, and at times I really wondered why it was taking so long to end. But as I thought of the end of the story and the progression to get there, then it made sense. Every thing fell into place. I wouldn't so much call this a romance, as a very realistic look at life. It was truly a decent book!
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I'm a small town girl from GA. I enjoy getting into the zone and typing until my hands go numb. I like curling up under a blanket with coffee and reading when life allows me the time - especially when it's rainy outside. I love my family with all of my heart. I am fond of humor and laughter because I think it keeps us sane and grounded. I pride myself in being open minded: say what you want to say, be who you want to be. Just don't be mean, rude or a bully - because then you'll see my Hulk side.

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