Review: Losing Track (Living Heartwood #2) by Trisha Wolfe

Posted March 6, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

Review: Losing Track (Living Heartwood #2) by Trisha WolfeLosing Track by Trisha Wolfe
Published by Trisha Wolfe on October 15th 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Format: E-book
Pages: 344
Source: Publisher
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Sometimes you have to lose your way before finding the right track.

The roar of a bike engine. The vibration between her thighs. The feel of cool darkness kissing her skin as she coasts along twisty back roads at night--Melody Lachlan lives for these things. Ever since Mel and her best friend Darla escaped their small, backwoods town, they've traveled the countryside in search of fast rides, tatted bikers, and good times.

A self-proclaimed poet and lover of all things free, Mel views her life as one long bike ride--with pit stops along the way to numb the pain. But she never saw herself as a junkie. Party as hard as you ride. That's her motto...until a tragic night steals her soul. Then she's forced to delve below the surface, to where her demons rage.

When she meets recovered drug addict Boone Randall, she's more likely to deck him than kiss his dimple-adorable face. She doesn't want his help; doesn't want to own up to her part in that night. She just wants to do her time and keep her promise to her friend. Yet Boone challenges Mel, and soon she doesn't mind sharing the road. Only when Boone's own secret demons threaten their newfound, fragile security, Mel's course becomes rocky, and she must decide if letting her well-worn track marks fade is worth finding a new path.

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

I received this ebook in exchange for an honest review. (Okay, I actually received the whole series.) And I have to say that I’m glad I did because I’m starting to love this series! If you know me well, you would realise that I rarely read NA books, because I’ll get annoyed by the cliche romance and stuffs. But man, this series is really unique and I honestly CAN’T STOP SPAZZING ABOUT IT! But okay okay, I should prolly get to my review HAHA. This second book in this series is about Melody. 🙂 If you’ve read the first book, you would know that Melody is Sam’s biker chick friend. And yay, I was so excited when I realise that this is her story! Melody has always been a biker chick. Everything about her screams biker, including her bike and the drugs she took. Taking drugs and sniffing coke has always been her way of life. She never thought twice about it, until the night things got too far and she lost her dearest friend and landed up in rehab. What’s worse, in rehab, this guy, Boone, was always there with his drug-repent ways, telling stories about how his recovery happened. When I first read the interactions between Boone and Melody, I’m like “good, they didn’t do all that sweet, annoying love at first sight crap.” That makes it more real, and I admit, I do laughed at some inappropriate parts when they were arguing. Not to compare or anything, but I love this book more than the first one. Don’t get me wrong; the first book was AWESOME. It’s just that this second book deals more with guilt and pain. About punishing oneself the way they deserved it. And I loved how as Trisha Wolfe put in the book that these two make a “screwed up couple“, because yeah, they are. But that’s what makes the book awesome and teary. (Yes, I cried badly HAHA) I love Boone though, I think he’s way stronger than Melody (not that I’m comparing, I love them both to death), but I can’t give away too much spoilers here HAHA damn. But really, before you read, do grab a box of tissues or something 😉


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