Lose My Senses Series #1
by Sera Bright
There’s only one person Katie Flynn wants to see when she returns home. But she knows he won’t be waiting for her. It’s the reason she feels safe enough to finally come back. She’s wrong. Ash isn’t the same quiet boy from next door. He’s tall, dark and demanding answers. He wants to be with her, but he doesn’t trust her. Who can blame him? When his own family tried to break him down, he still sheltered Katie in a town full of liars. And she repaid it by leaving him behind without a word. Because she’ll do anything to protect Ash. She has the scars on her wrist to prove it.
Contains strong language, explicit sexual situations, and mature themes. This novel is not intended for readers under the age of 18. First in a 2-part series.
At A Glance
Just not good all the way around.
I actually found the story interesting. If it wasn’t cutoff the way it was and if it was developed more, the plot and storyline would have kept my attention. Especially the mystery.
So much was wrong with See Through Me. Let me go down the list:
1. The plot was thin and underdeveloped.
2. Most of the characters were melodramatic and over the top evil.
3. The story got muddled with a mediocre love story.
4. I just couldn’t make myself root for Katie and Ash. Nothing about them interested me.
5. The mystery started out good but there was NO resolution and only a little revelation. I felt gypped. If I get like one answer out of ten questions, then that book is not worth reading.
6. The ending was not an ending. It just cut off. Then the author wrote an alternative ending, and to me that one was worse. Okay, yeah, it was a little more of an ending, but it made no sense.
I could go on but you guys get the idea.
Katie and Ash had there moments but their romance was mostly lackluster. I just didn’t feel drawn to their ‘love’ story.
There is sex, so this book is for a new adult audience.
There is no reason to read this book. It can barely be called a book. It felt like a section of an unfinished story. A story I do not want to continue. No recommended.
He gazed down at me, his eyes shining and intense. “I’ve waited years for this, do you know that?”
“Then why didn’t you do anything sooner?” I was well aware of my own reasons.
“It doesn’t matter anymore. We’re both getting out of here.” He released a slow breath. “But we probably shouldn’t tell anyone.”
A chill came over my damp skin. I’d so easily forgotten. He wasn’t clear of his family. But the fact remained, at the end of the summer, we weren’t just going to be farther apart because of geography, but because of the start of our own separate lives. I drew a light finger over one of the scars on his shoulder. He’d be free from them—and me. I resolved what little time we had left wasn’t going to be wasted. Nothing bad should happen if we kept it a secret like he suggested.
“No, I guess it doesn’t matter now.” I kissed that fluttering pulse at the side of his neck.