Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Review For Just Caspian By Briana Gaitan

Book Synopsis:

Our love was epic. Our pain was inevitable.

We shared demons, but his were always darker than mine.

We always fought them head on.

Until tragedy changed him, and he lost his way.

I’ll do anything to help him find his way back home.

Things won’t be the same until he’s just Caspian again.

Ginger and Caspian's relationship has always had its ups and downs. Now their greatest loss might bring them their greatest gift. As they work out their grief, accept their loss, and figure out how to move forward, they'll discover if their love can stand the test of time.

*This is a standalone novella and a spin-off series from the Hollywood Timelines series featuring Caspian Norwood and Ginger Teague, characters introduced in The One Thing*

My Review:

This was a lovely lovely story that truly captured my interest right from the start.

It was hard to put down and totally moved me with some of the heart felt emotions that were shown throughout the story.

Ginger & Caspian's relationship had endured lots before and they were about to  have many more things thrown their way, but they are much stronger now, and in a sense more mature, so hopefully they will handle things more appropriately.

This is a Must Read Book

4 stars from me

A Little About The Author:



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Fantasy, Ebooks, Romance

Briana Gaitan grew up in the South, but calls herself a geek at heart. She is a blogger,author,and fangirl who loves Star Wars, Star Trek, and Jewelry (bet you never thought you'd hear those three things in a sentence together) For fun, she loves watching any show on the SyFy channel, relaxing with her family, reading, and listening to indie music (sometimes all at the same time). Briana loves to write stories where there are no limits to the imagination. She is the co-author of the fantasy Ethereal Underground series and author of The Last Thing (the first in the Hollywood Timelines Series)

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