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After The End – Natasha Preston

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One fatal mistake changes Tilly and Linc’s lives forever.

After the tragedy, Linc and his family fled a town they were no longer welcome in.

Still grieving the death of her brother, Tilly’s world is rocked again when, three years later, Lincoln Reid has to come home.

Linc tries to stay away from Tilly, but once he sees her fighting feelings for him, he can’t stay in the shadows. 

I’d like to thank Natasha Preston for sending me an e-arc of this it is very much appreciated! Like always not the first book I’ve read from her, I’ve read Silence, Broken Silence, and most importantly Reliving Fate. Natasha Preston has a tough job to please me after Reliving Fate. and I have to say that is my bar for standards and it’s going to be very hard to meet. (It wasn’t met by the way).

I really enjoyed this book, it was very difficult sometimes to read as you could feel how much pain Lincoln and Tilly were in when she was pushing him away and the fact her brother’s death was in between them. I had so many mixed emotions when reading this and gosh Tilly. She was in so much pain and she was so torn I felt bad for her. She was so in love with Lincoln she didn’t even realise when she was. The minute he rolled back into town I could tell she had the feelings for him and pushing him away and then falling for him all at the same time must have been horrible. Some of my favourite scenes with Tilly is when she goes to the graveyard to talk to her Robbie’s grave and although he was dead she still wanted to talk to her brother.

Lincoln changed a lot after the accident where Robbie was killed. He stopped drinking because of what happened and it was a big event and he didn’t want to drink anymore. I loved it and the scenes where he went to talk to Robbie at the graveyard were so sweet. The fact he was trying to just give her the space she had asked for and to try and not hurt her parents and her by seeing him. He was so caring and just wanted to make it easier on them.

I loved the secondary characters in here, Jack, Ian, Hanna and Mel how they were just trying to bring Lincoln and Tilly together again it was really cute and the fact that even in those small moments she didn’t feel guilty for it. Tilly always felt guilt for her feelings for Lincoln and I felt so bad and I was so glad when she started to get over them and just live for herself. I loved the playfulness between Lincoln and Tilly it was the really simple moments and it was sweet.

I loved Tilly and her mum talking and confiding about Lincoln especially when Tilly was trying to tell her that she had feelings for him. It was really sweet.

I cried. I feel like that was probably a given I did.

Stanley is an asshole.

I loved the story, I loved the plot and I loved the characters but overall I was comparing it to how I felt about Reliving Fate and as I said before every book has to live up or surpass that which is hard to do.

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Just Like The Movies – Natasha Preston *Cover Reveal*


Just Like the Movies is a new contemporary romance from #1 New York Times bestselling author Natasha Preston, releasing on July 3rd.
 Just Like The Movies is the second standalone book in The One Series.

“What are you doing here?”

“I’ve come for you.”


He was mine for ten years, and now he belongs to Hollywood.

Spencer Lowe, Hollywood’s newest golden boy, has hit the big time. Coming from a small town in England, he never imagined starring in a movie or becoming a household name. Offers from producers come as fast as offers from women.

Indie has been in love with her best friend for years, and their short-lived love affair was the best time of her life, but she had let him go so he could follow his dreams. Now she’s alone, stuck inside a nightmare she keeps hidden.

With the premiere of Spencer’s first movie coming up, he books a ticket for Indie and takes her to LA. She wants to give in to their chemistry and dive back into a relationship with Spencer, but if she does, she risks exposing the family secret she’s been guarding her whole life.

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Reliving Fate – Natasha Preston

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When Bella stumbles upon her dead sister’s diary, she sets out on a mission to find her sister’s killer, but it leads her to the wrong side of town.

And right into the path of Rocco, a loner, a bad boy, who is determined to keep her away. After all, you protect your own, and Bella certainly doesn’t belong with the likes of him.

But it’s hard to move on when you’re chained to the past, and Bella is intent on getting justice for her sister…even if it’s at the cost of her own life.

Oh man. This book. Before I even get into it I would like to thank Natasha and her PA Kim for sending me an e-arc of this book it is very much appreciated. So now that is done this book oh it is the most beautiful and heartbreaking book I have read. When I started this I honestly thought it was going to be a slightly fluffy cute read and it was that but it was so much more. This is a non-spoiler review so sorry if I’m a bit cryptic I don’t want to spoil it for you.

We follow Bella who is trying to discover who murdered her sister and whilst she is trying to discover this she meets Rocco. From the moment we met Rocco I fell in love with him immediately, he had a slightly cocky attitude and the first time they meet although he is cocky he was still slightly concerned that Bella was in the bad part of town so late at night. The banter and I wouldn’t really call it arguing more like sniping made me fall in love with the two of them so fast, and the fact that both of them kind of bounced off each other throughout the story made it even better. The relationship between them just grew and although it changed from being friends to in a relationship to eventually saying I love you, they still had the banter (even funnier when it came to meeting the parents) but it was my favourite thing about the novel. I’ve said before that for me it is always about the characters and these two were the perfect characters. I have so much more I want to ramble but I feel like I’m going to repeat myself. I finished this last night so coherent thoughts are still all over the place.

The way Bella opens up to Rocco about her sister’s death it was so lovely especially for the most part she had been very closed off with him in terms of her family and her life. And she tried to get as much as possible out of Rocco so her opening up to him it was such a different side of Bella especially as she always tries to be strong and doesn’t like to show her weakness really. So it was really lovely watching her open up and tell him what happened to her sister.

Bella’s family I understand that they are super over protective because of what happened to their daughter and just want what is best for them, but you would think they would want them to be happy. Bella struggles with the relationship with her sister and parents, it was good seeing the effect of losing someone on a family and how you could either express it or hold it in. But I totally thought that they were very judgemental when it came to Bella and her choices especially in terms of university as well as her relationship. They like to compare her to her twin a lot whether they mean to I don’t know but they also bring up that she is jealous of her.

For once a man that doesn’t use the bad childhood excuse to be a total dickhead, Rocco could be a twat at times but he wasn’t a dickhead, he didn’t emotionally blackmail or abuse her (which seems to be a theme in those books with bad childhoods) despite how he earned his money other than working at the garage he was really sweet and caring towards her even with the slutty jokes. Rocco was just perfect I’m in love with him.

I loved this book I want to talk more but that means spoilers and it was really hard writing this without spoiling you guys so I’m probably going to do a spoiler one later on. But this book was heartbreakingly beautiful and I do think this probably just became my top book of 2017. But oh I love it. I also cried I can’t tell you why though! You should all definitely check this book out! You will not regret it!

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The Twin – Natasha Preston *Release Blitz*

The Twin a twisted psychological thriller from #1 New York Times Bestselling author, Natasha Preston is out now on all platforms!

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After their parents divorced, 10-year-old twins Ivy and Iris were split up–Ivy lived with Dad, Iris with Mom. Now, after a tragic accident takes their mom’s life, the twins are reunited and Iris moves in with Ivy and their dad. Devastated over Mom’s death, Iris spends the first few weeks in almost total silence–the only person she will speak to is Ivy. Iris feels her life is over and she doesn’t know what to do. Ivy promises her twin that she can share her life now. After all, they’re sisters. Twins.

It’s a promise that Iris takes seriously. And before long, Ivy’s friends, her life at school, and her boyfriend, Tyler, fall under Iris’s spell. Slowly, Ivy realizes she’s being pushed out of her own life. But she’s just being paranoid, right? And Mom’s accident was . . . just an accident. Right? It’s not like she–or Dad–or Tyler–are in any danger. . .

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