Thursday, March 28, 2013

Review: "Painted Memories" by Loni Flowers

"Painted Memories"
Author: Loni Flowers
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: ebook
ISBN: 9781482040203
Source: Author in exchange for a honest review.
Published: January 22, 2013
Author's Website:

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
 I’ve come to realize how much life can change with circumstance. One moment I was a happy sixteen year old girl with a great brother, Jesse, who I adored.
Then Jesse died.
No matter how much I wished it had been me in the accident, wishing will never change what happened. Five years later, my father’s eyes are still filled with hate and regret whenever he looks at me. I haven’t forgotten my mistake, but I’ve accepted it.
My father has not.
He may always see me as a failure, but I’m determined to make a fresh start in a new town where love promises to be more generous than the scorn I've left in my father's eyes. With any luck, maybe some distance will make him see me as his daughter again. Until then I’ll find my own way.
It’s what Jesse would want.

Painted Memories is an original, contemporary romance about love, loss, and recovering from tragedy. Its characters are real. Between humor and heartbreak, it’s funny, touching, and full of redemption.

Sexual situations - recommended for 17+

A very emotional, sweet, romantic, fun, satisfying and gripping read that I definitely will be reading again. A must read for any contemporary romance fans out there, or those readers just looking for an all-around great story.

Lilly has just started her life anew after years of suffering and torment due to the loss of her only brother. So much sorrow, pain, and not enough forgiveness, both from herself and her father. But Lilly picks herself up and leaves that life behind, well most of it. She starts a new job that she loves, gets her own place and stars dating and living again.
A bit of a love triangle for some part (among Lilly, a great looking personal trainer named Tyler and a handsome, caring and amazing artist named Drew) and many life altering choices, but Lilly is a smart and beautiful woman. One that went with her heart and what’s on the inside instead of what the eyes can see. I adored her character even more for it.

Loni created an amazing story for us all. A very emotional trip with realistic characters, settings and packed it full of emotion that will guarantee the need for a tissue (or two) both from laughter and of sadness. This is my second time reading her work and I was a happy reader each time :)

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