Author: Stacy Borel
Genre: New Adult, Romance
Coming: Early 2015
Photographer: FuriousFotog (Golden Czermak)
Cover Designer: Kassi's Kandids (Kassi Bland Cooper)
Lonely and lost, I knew I had to leave, even though I didn’t know where I was headed. Driving without a purpose, I let the roads lead. I was just a shell of my former self, devoid of feelings. Hoping I’d find the missing pieces of myself along the way.
Then I saw him—those menacing deep brown eyes, and an air around him that was formidable. I knew that picking up a hitchhiker was a dangerous thing to do, but I was desperate.
Desperate for what, you ask?
Review by: Gina
When I first heard about this book, I was really excited. The story seemed really interesting and it was something I haven't read before. So, as soon as I got it, I dived right in. While the story keep me interested until the last page, I got to the end and just felt unsatisfied.
I just really wanted more from the story. It felt rushed. There were scenes that I just wanted more from. There were times when it got confusing switching from the past and present.
The writing was good, it had an unique story line, and the characters were interesting. Dawson seemed so mysterious and continued to be that way through out the book. We would get tid bits about this life here and there that kept me wanting more. Chandler...I had a love/hate relationship with her. There were times I thought she was really strong, doing what she needed to do to find her own happiness. But then the next moment she seemed really weak, crying all the time. She was just all over the place.
Over all, the story had so much potential, but just fell short for me. I'm not a big fan of cliffhangers, but I would have been okay with a cliffhanger on this book.
I'm a Coast Guard wife and currently a stay at home mom. I want to be a nurse when I "grow up." My incredibly handsome husband and I have been married for 9 years and I have 2 amazing children that keep life interesting.
I am an obsessive reader. I go through 3-5 books a week on my Kindle and I whole-heartedly support my indie authors. After reading well over a couple hundred books this year, I decided I might give it a shot writing my own book. I dabbled with a few ideas and finally settled on a story I know I'd personally read and I began the journey of creating Ever Enough. I appreciate all the support I've been given by my family, friends, and fellow indie authors. You've all shaped my view on life and books and I'll be forever grateful!
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