Losing Track (Living Heartwood book two)
Melody is a badass biker chick who just lost her best friend in a motorcycle accident. Now, she is being sentenced to rehab after being caught driving under the influence. Boone has been sober for almost a year. After losing Hunter when he should have been looking after him but was getting high and having sex instead, Boone has committed himself to his sobriety.
The two begin a tumultuous friendship that soon morphs into feelings that neither of them want to explore. They both have too many demons to fight. After a night of giving in, Boone falls off the wagon and Melody runs. Will their demons keep them from what could be the greatest love of their life?
Standalone New Adult Romance with a HEA. Mature audiences only.
This book could be very triggering as it deals with intense drug use and does describe Melody using a few times. Please take caution.
So far, the two books I’ve read in the Living Heartwood series (The Darkest Part and this) were both somewhat difficult to read in the fact that they both deal with very sensitive topics. Psychosis and drug addiction. Two topics that are difficult to write realistically. She does it wonderfully, though.
I love dual point of views. I love getting to see how both people (or multiple people) operate in their minds. I love that Boone’s big twist with Hunter wasn’t announced until Melody found out, though.
I don’t really have any complaints about this book. I loved it, and I hated to put it down. I absolutely recommend this book. I will definitely reread it in the future.
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Published by Risa Lynn