This book was sent to me for free. I was sent this book by the publisher. I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review.
Started: 24th October 2016
Synopsis: What if you forgot the last two years of your life? Lacey Jones wakes up from a two month coma only to realise she has lost all memory of the last two years. In that time she became the Queen Bee of her high school; pretty, popular, girlfriend of the hottest jock, wanted by every guy, feared by every girl ... she became the bitch, but has no memory of it. Together with the mysterious and attractive Finn, she starts to put together the pieces of the puzzle that has become her life. Will she go back to being a bitch or will she turn her life around?
Review: Before starting the actual review I would like to thank the publisher for contacting me about reviewing this book. When I first read the synopsis of this book I was unsure that I would like it as I am not really a fan of romance novels. After only a few pages I was oddly hooked on the storyline. I am actually glad that I enjoyed this book and am able to give the author a positive review. This was an interesting and enjoyable read. I agreed to review this book as I wanted to branch out and experience new genres. This is the first romance novel that I have read and took a chance with. This book has definitely made me more open to the romance genre. What I liked about this book is that it is not set in a fake and perfect world; There is a realistic element to this world and all the events that take place. This book managed to grip my attention and pull me into the book. I found it hard to put this book down and stop reading. From the start I found my self rooting for the relationship of Lacey and Finn. This book has made me more open to reading more romance novels. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys romance novels. But on the flip side I would suggest that those who do not normally read romance books give this book a chance as I am sure that it will bring a whole new experience to the readers. I am happy to have this book as a part of my ever-growing collection and it will remain on my shelves permanently.