Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Review : Catch Me

Catch Me By Claire Contreras
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance.
Release Date: November 17th, 2013
Purchase Links : Amazon | BN
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In the past, I've always been given everything I've wanted, but nothing that I truly needed. I've experienced a lot of things in my twenty-five years, everything except the one thing I want. It's the one thing that can’t be bought. It can't even be taken, it has to be given. And nobody has ever given it to me, not really anyway.

Not until him.

Music is the center of both our lives, but as he found his place in it, I lost my way. He soared, while I spiraled down a destructive path.
I lost myself in more ways than I can count.

The ironic thing is that I didn’t realize how lost I was until he found me.

And now that he has, I have to wonder if he'll stay around long enough to catch me.

I really enjoyed this book. My only problem was that it was a bit too long, some points felt like it this book could've gone without. It dragged at many times. Other then that this book was great. The steamy scenes were fantastic. The characters were interesting. I loved the connection between Nick and Brooklyn. I thought this book was well written. Loved that there was scenes from the past to help understand Brooklyn's past and the reason why she is the way she is. I absolutely hated her mother and the way she treated Brooklyn, the next person I disliked was her father because he was more neglectful towards Brooklyn rather then verbally abusive like her mother.  Overall I enjoyed this book and think you reader will too! 4 of 5 stars!
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Claire Contreras graduated with her BA in Psychology from Florida International University. She lives in Miami, Florida with her husband, two little boys, and three dogs.

Her favorite past times are: daydreaming, writing, and reading.

She has been described as a random, sarcastic, crazy girl with no filter.

Life is short, and it’s more bitter than sweet, so she tries to smile as often as her face allows. She enjoys stories with happy endings, because life is full of way too many unhappy ones or ones that will scare the daylights out of her and have her looking over her shoulder at every turn. Like I said, she's very random.

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