Monday, September 23, 2013

Review: Reflect Me by K. B. Webb


About The Book:


17860326Title: Reflect Me
Author: K. B Webb
Release Date: 23rd September
Rating: 3 stars

If you're looking for a story about a sweet, innocent virgin who rides off into the sunset with a reformed bad boy, then you're looking in the wrong place.

Some people don’t get a happily ever after. Molly Scott is one of those people, and she knows it. With the kind of past that she has, and the secrets that she holds, she knows that even if she found Prince Charming, he wouldn’t want her. She refuses to dwell on her less than ideal situation though. This is her life, no point in complaining.

Logan Wade had his life planned out, until all his dreams came crashing down around him. Now, he’s come back to the town he swore he would never see again to start fresh. He has no plans to ever settle down again, that’s how he ended up back here in the first place.

When Molly and Logan meet, they are forced to rethink the lives they thought they knew and the futures they were so sure they wanted. Suddenly, Molly wonders if there is a better life outside of the hell she has built for herself, and Logan begins to rethink his resistance towards settling down again.

They say love conquers all, but Molly and Logan are about to find out that sometimes love just isn’t enough.

My Thoughts:

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Molly’s life isn’t full of rainbows or unicorns. She’s trapped with a boyfriend, she doesn’t love but loathe. A man that’s more interested in drinking, smoking weed and ‘meeting’ with different women, than taking care of Molly and their newborn daughter.

Every day with Brian is a day filled with humillation, abuse and fear. I couldn’t understand why Molly was living with him and putting up with Brian’s shit. I would kick his ass, without a second thought. But yet Molly is hiding her bruises, covering them and pretending everything is okay, while Brian fucked girl after girl.

Logan is Brian’s friend from childhood. They didn’t see each other in years, but when Logan came back to his hometown, there is no way of avoiding their meeting. But Logan didn’t expect, that he will fall in love with his friend girlfriend and that Brian is a abusive.

While, Molly is taking care of her baby and avoiding Brian’s wrath, she and Logan start to develop feelings that go beyond frienship.

Can Molly finally say no to Brian? Can she let go of the abuse and find her real Prince Charming?

Reflect Me is a debut novel by K. B Webb that caught my attention, because of the first sentence in the blurb „If you're looking for a story about a sweet, innocent virgin who rides off into the sunset with a reformed bad boy, then you're looking in the wrong place”, after that I needed to read it. As true as this sentence is, Reflect Me was nothing I expected it to be. After I finished reading, my head was spinning with the question: „Did I read the right book?” Cause it definitely didn’t match my expectations.

Overall, Reflect me was not bad, I can’t say that, but it was not knock-your-socks-off-sweep-me-off-my-feet kind off deal. Still, it had great parts, that made me ejnoy it and crossing my fingers for Molly, the main character, that totally should find her happily ever after. Logan was sweet and caring, which was everything Molly and her daughter needed. I really liked his protective side.

*ARC, courtesy of author K.B Webb, in exchange for honest review *

About Author:

K.B. WebbK.B. Webb is an up and coming author. She has a slight obsession with all forms of music from the 90's and anything labeled 'Texas Country.' She spends her days behind a desk writing chapters for new books in her head, and her nights chasing around her adorable two year old daughter, 2 insane dogs, and cooking for her country boy husband. Reflect Me is her first book.

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