Thursday, May 23, 2013


Author:  Addison Moore
Goodreads Rating: 4.34
My Rating: 4
Pages: 412

The last thing Laken Stewart remembers is the oncoming car, then bursting through the windshield.

Two months dissolve without her knowledge and she finds herself in unfamiliar surroundings with strangers who not only profess to know her but insist she’s someone else entirely.

Laken discovers her long dead boyfriend, Wesley, has been thrown into this alternate world as well. He is quick to inform her she suffered a horrible fall and that her memory hasn’t fully returned. According to Wesley the other life she had—her name, her family, they were simply a side effect of her brain trauma.

In her quest for answers she meets Cooper Flanders, the son of her psychiatrist who readily believes every word she says.

Laken Stewart knows she died on that hot July afternoon, but now she’s alive—or is she?

My Review

Something’s is wrong and Laken is not sure what to believe.  Everyone is trying to tell her that she fell and hit her head and that is what has her memory messed up.  It’s not that her memory is just messed up though.  She believes that she has lived an entirely different life than what those around her think.

Now it is up to Laken to find the truth.  Can she reconnect with what she thinks to be her dead boyfriend from her former life, Wesley?    He tells her that she is an Angel, a real Angel, known as a Count.  All she knows is that if she is here in this alternate reality she has to find out what happened to the rest of her family, and she is going to need help to do it. That’s where Cooper Flanders comes in.

This book surely compares to the Celestra Series.  There is good looking guys, mean girls, and monsters of all kinds.  Looking forward to the 2nd book.

I kinda became addicted to the Celestra series.  So you can imagine how happy I was to see that there was going to be a spin off coming out before the ending of the series.  I was worried that it wouldn’t live up to Skyla, Gage and Logan’s story.  Although it is different, I think it is shaping up to be a great addition to Addison Moore’s writing. 

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