Review: Six Years Gone by Jessica Gouin

My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Gone #1
Release: December 1, 2016
Length: 294 pages

Lachlan Williams.

Rich. Popular. Athletic.
The poster boy for everything I hated.
Tell me why, after one conversation, could I not stop daydreaming about him?
My tattoos, black eyeliner, and general bitch-persona did a fine job of keeping people away before.
So, how the hell did the Charmer from Down Under burrow a hole right into the center of my heart?
It’s tragic that he left when things got real.
Six years slipped away like sand through an hourglass, without one word from him.
Now, Lachlan Williams is back. Standing on my doorstep, like the ghost of Christmas Past.
He has explanations and apologies. However, he also has riddles and betrayal.
He can keep his secrets. Mine is better anyway.

Sawyer Mathews

Rebellious Dangerous. Gorgeous.
She’s one storm I didn’t see coming. There were no warnings of gloomy skies or still air.
We crashed together so intensely part of her was woven into my soul.
I loved her with a fierceness I never knew I possessed.
And, Sawyer Mathews loved me back.
The universe has a funny way of messing with you, though. Just when you think you get the girl…chaos breaks free.
It wreaks havoc.
It shatters worlds.
Not all love stories end with a happily-ever-after, but if our promises are strong enough, can we rewrite our ending?

With her unique style, Jessica Gouin delivers a heart-wrenching story about first love, family, and ties that can never be severed.

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MY REVIEW

A solid 3.5-ish stars!

I was all set to write a sweet review. I was set to extol the wonderful writing, amazing characters, and intriguing plot. Who doesn't love a second chance romance??? It was all of that. This story was written really well, had a unique way of presenting a somewhat predictable plot, and definitely grabbed my attention. However, by the time I made it to the end, none of that mattered.


I needed a bit more freaking booze for this ish!!


Why??? WTF??? What kind of fcking ending was that??? I'm really not trying to give away anything, but this is about my HONEST opinion right? Well, honestly I'm fcking pissed! Why would the author do this? What was I supposed to gain from that ending?


I'm freaking stumped over here!! So yeah, I can't get past that ending and have nothing else to add other than that Jessica Gouin is a genius manipulator of emotions. Well played madam. Well played.

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