Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Waiting for April by Jaime Loren. Review


I chose to read this book because of this on the back of the book: 
April Fletcher has died nineteen times... but she doesn't know it. How exciting does that sound?  

The story was really different to anything else I have ever read which is hard to find. The romance in this book was one of the most beautiful and complex loves. This is the first book by Jamie Loren and its amazing that this book is so amazing for a first shot. The book was written in alternative POVs, Firstly Aprils and then Scott's. Sometimes the chapters overlapped and I thought this was really helpful to read from both of them.

I liked April, she was different not only because she died and was reincarnated but because she was strong. April was often confused and occasionally gave Scott the cold shoulder rather than instantly forgiving him like other heroines. 

We all want someone like Scott in our lives. Committed 100% to April throughout her 19 lives, Loves her unconditionally every little quirk and charm. Protective, invincible he is an amazing human but Scott is also sad because 19 times he has lost the love of his life to death. He searches out April with each of her new lives and tries to save her.

I am really hoping that there is a book number two. I can not deal with that cliff hanger. I am really hoping Scott returns.   

Thanks for Reading

Em x
 **An electronic ARC was provided by netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**