characters Õ After Always 105

characters After Always

characters Õ After Always 105 ☆ Lydia Li’s life ended when Tristan died At least that’s how it felt Sure they had problems and he could be a littleintenseat times but he’d loved her He was the Romeo to her Juliet And now he was goneWhen her parents get her to agree to a summer across the country with a music teacher who runs an inn Lydia agreesA lot like Tristan But that’s impossible right Then there’s Michael Malone the uiet guy who’s Tristan’s opposite in every way And Lydia can’t help but be drawn to himand whatever the house is hidin. This was horror paranormal ya book It was intriguing but not interesting A one time read for sureNote I received a free e copy of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review Special thanks to the author and publisher for giving me a chance to read it

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En her parents get her to agree to a summer across the country with a music teacher who runs an inn Lydia agrees But it’s different than what she expected There’s something else there Something that feels. Thank you to Entangled Publishing LLCfor the arc of this book in exchange for my honest reviewThis book held me from he beginning I had difficulty putting it down I really enjoyed it but I do feel a little bit flat about the ending I am not sure what I was expecting but I feel a little let down by it

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After AlwaysLydia Li’s life ended when Tristan died At least that’s how it felt Sure they had problems and he could be a littleintenseat times but he’d loved her He was the Romeo to her Juliet And now he was goneWh. 'After Always' is a great new young adult paranormal thriller that readers are going to want to pick up The description doesn't really make it sound paranormal but it definitely is I was happily surprised by the huge supernatural aspect and it definitely made my reading experience better I don't do spoilers so I can't go into the plot very much without giving anything away but the main character Lydia goes up against some nasty ghosts who are out to claim people's souls and bodies Awesomely creepy in my opinion On another level Lydia is dealing with the death of her boyfriend Tristan It's ripped her apart and she's become numb a hollow shell of herself basically But we find out throughout the story that her relationship with Tristan wasn't as perfect as she'd like to remember and things were actually pretty bad and she was always scared of him of upsetting or disappointing him of him hurting her one way or another So there's two different levels of the plot happening that the author nicely ties together to have them blend into a seamless story lineI really liked Lydia as the main character I found her very realistic and easy to identify with right from the beginning I loved watching her find herself again her sense of self her strength determination and willpower and changing for the better The book is told from the first person point of view from Lydia's perspective which I'm so happy the author chose to do The first person is by far my favorite style of writing because the reader gets to really connect with the narrator in ways other perspectives don't allow I love getting to know the main character on a deeper level their thoughts feelings memories hopes and dreams fears and everything in between It makes them so much relatable and helps me really get into their story Which is exactly the case with this book I felt like I was right alongside Lydia as everything happened I ended up reading the entire book in one sitting in a matter of a few hours I didn't want to stop reading because I needed to know what happened nextI have to mention the romance in the book because it's a little different than most novels Lydia has just lost her boyfriend and is deeply mourning and filled with grief Enter Michael who is basically the opposite of Tristan which we learn wasn't exactly the greatest guy to begin with and we see their relationship start as friends and co workers and then grow into something It was really sweet and I was definitely rooting for them the entire time Normally I don't like a lot of romance in books that aren't specifically about that topic because it tends to overshadow the main story line and take over the book when it's not supposed to be the center of things That wasn't the case here and I'm so happy that the author found the balance between having the romance between Lydia and Michael be a large part of the story but not taking over the super creepy main plot Definitely recommended for fans of YA contemporary paranormal supernatural fantasy and romanceDisclosure I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review