From Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson comes this standalone contemporary romance full of feels and angst...
In a world where I had no say, violence became my refuge, and nothing else mattered.
Not even my own life.
It all started the first time I heard that voice. Giving me hope for tomorrow. My first love was everything all at once.
Except, I never imagined there were secrets that needed to be shared. Lies that needed to be confessed. Truths that needed to be told.
Demons that needed to be buried.
Once I realized the depth, the longing, the sadness and sorrow in her eyes mirrored mine, it was too late. Love didn't come to me as heartbreak, it came as everything I've ever wanted. Walking away wasn't an option, but it was the only choice I had.
I finally found the price of love and it cost me...
What the f*%@ did I just read?
This is one of those books that was so emotionally traumatizing to me, my stomach is roiling, I had roughly three panic attacks and sobbed pretty much the entire second half of the book. I may need roughly five business days to recover, but I think any novel that evokes this kind of emotion, deserves a review. Well done.
Seriously,this book is all that and everything in between. You won’t be disappointed so buy it and enjoy. So good.
Lost boy got my heart
Lost boy is soooo emotional. I knew it would be, but oh my goodness. M. Robinson got me crying right at beginning and I knew what’s going to happened, but she pulls all these emotions out of me.
I have not finish the book completely yet, however i already love it. I think Noah is taking over my heart!
I love the story M. is telling about these two. Noah and Skyler are both broken kids but in different kind of way. Skyler is actress, who works non-stop, doesn’t have a “normal” life, can’t make decisions for herself as everything is lays out and decided for her. She just wants to fell normal, do regular stuff and be free for some time. But she loves what she do, this is what she dreamed of her whole life and she work for it hard.
When she is with Noah she is happy, but she knows he is not good for her.
Noah, well he is just Noah, our lost boy. There are parts in the book that we have seen in Creeds book, but it is so cool to see it from Noah’s POV. All the feelings he is going through and to see how all of it affected him it’s hart-wrenching.
I love, love how M. wrote this book. It is perfect. If you love M. Robinson’s books I promised you, you will love the lost boy. Noah will steal your heart away.