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Lost Souls #3
Author: Eliza Freed
Reading Level: New Adult
Released: March 3 2015
Review Source: Forever Yours
"You need to be careful with perfection. It's brilliant at hiding its flaws."
Having lost everything she holds dear—and then some—Charlotte O'Brien had almost given up hope. Until an unepexted love opened her heart to the possibility of second chances. But now, will Charlotte be brave enough to take the risk that love be enough to save her wounded soul?
The stunning conclusion to Eliza Freed's provocative Lost Souls series.
We pick up where we left off, Charlotte and Nick - will they, or won't they, make it? When Nick finally gets Charlotte to marry him you almost believe that Jason is going to be out of her mind for good. Nick is who she married and who she will spend forever with. As Jason's dad's health becomes imperative they start to spend more time together. Did she make the right decision? Is Nick truly her happy ever after?
Oh my gosh.....I don't even know where to begin. I loved this book-just as I have loved this series. I have grown to love these characters even with their flaws, so I am sad to see it come to an end; I am also sad to see certain things play out. I'm all for no spoilers, so I'll try my hardest to express my feelings without giving away too much. Charlotte....what..are..you...doing. There's one thing that she does that just....irritates me to no end! I cannot believe her sometimes, and I totally wanted to have faith in her but I should've known. Ugh. Nick-or Noble, whichever you prefer-he is too good. I'm not sure how he can take everything that happens, but I wouldn't love him as much as I do if he didn't handle everything as well as he does. That's just Noble for you. And Jason-I don't know whether to be mad or to love him.
There are so many twists and turns within this story-I swear the first big thing happens about a quarter of the way through the book, then something happens halfway. I was so stressed about what was going on because I didn't want the book to end with something big happening, especially since it's the last in the series. But everything wraps up nicely-my one big twist that I am not completely okay with, I'm not sure if I'm angry that it happened or if I'm okay with it. Charlotte grows as a character, she has her moments-that's for sure. But who doesn't? She becomes someone that I hoped she would be in the second book, it just takes something huge to happen to her for that change to occur. I'm sad that this series is done, but I am happy with how it ended.
Eliza Freed graduated from Rutgers University and returned to her hometown in rural South Jersey. Her mother encouraged her to take some time and find herself. After three months of searching, she began to bounce checks and her neighbors began to talk; her mother told her to find a job.
She settled into Corporate America, learning systems and practices and the bureaucracy that slows them. Eliza quickly discovered her creativity and gift for story telling as a corporate trainer and spent years perfecting her presentation skills and studying diversity. It’s during this time she became an avid observer of the characters we meet and the heartaches we endure. Her years of study have taught her laughter is the key to survival, even when it’s completely inappropriate.
She currently lives in New Jersey with her family and a misbehaving beagle named Odin. An avid swimmer, if Eliza is not with her family and friends, she’d rather be underwater. While she enjoys many genres, she has always been a sucker for a love story...the more screwed up the better.