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Publisher Description

Book 1 of the Avoiding series 

Jack and Lexi never had a typical relationship. After 2 years without speaking, she receives a phone call that changes everything. He unexpectedly asks her to convince the new girl, Bekah, that he's ready to commit. Jack is calling now after everything they had been through because there is another woman. She can't believe it. 

Follow Lexi in this heart wrenching drama as she relives her past relationship, or lack thereof, with Jack, and not just in her own mind, but to his fiance-to-be. Throw in Bekah's hot brother who always seems to be in the right place at the right time, a past with more secrets to unravel than you can even imagine, and you get a recipe for disaster. 

Find out what happens to Lexi as she travels to Atlanta to get the closure she so desperately desires from Jack, and how the bumps of life seem to keep getting in the way.

July 29
K.A. Linde Inc.
Kyla Linde

Customer Reviews

Itamerey3 ,


Ending was horrible!

sunsetsinthewest ,


That was horrible. Soul-wrenching and horrible. I'm not even sure I can relate it to that train wreck you can't help but watch. This book tore my soul apart and threw my heart in a whirlpool to have it drown. I was unable to stop reading, which is why I give it two stars, but the pain and the knowledge of being torn apart and thrust into a tornado leaves me to never ever want to read that book again, let alone read the sequel. Again, it's kind of like being thrust down the rabbit-hole but so much worse and more horrifying that I can't even describe it like that. I wish whoever reads this the best of luck in doing so. And for whoever reads this and happens to find themselves in a somewhat similar predicament, I hope and pray to God that this book doesn't drive you into the psych ward. It sure as hell took its toll on me.

going for the MAT ,


Icky people. You start swiping through more and more rapidly to just finish already, because there's no-one you can like here. Waaaay to long. Could have been poignant, heart wrenching even. But it's drawn out as if the author was paid by the word and planned on it being the first book in an annoying series of craptacular chick lit. So much repetition you wonder why it's so important to emphasize the character's tiny body and tiny waist dozens of times? That makes this one stand out as, well, weird. Otherwise it's a carbon copy of every other bad, free ebook I've been foolish enough to waste my time with.

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