NetGalley Review: Untouched (Florence, Arizona #1) by Lauren Hawkeye

TKA Distribution Published Dec. 9, 2014 251 Pages
TKA Distribution
Published Dec. 9, 2014
251 Pages

A year after her car accident with no memory of what happened prior to it, Alexa Kendrick has decided to try to get her life back on track. When she meets the half-sister she never knew about, Alexa decides to go Florence, Arizona, known for their prison,  to find herself and to get to know the sister she never knew she had.

But once she is there, a family tragedy forces her sister away, leaving Alexa alone running a floral shop staying in the apartment above that was left to them by their father.

Complications is due for Alexa when she begins having nightmares about memories she never knew she had and when she begins an affair with a prison guard that has his own share of secrets, things clash and the truth begins to unfold. 

I loved this book.  Its a quick read and fairly straight to the point. Alexa is not only trying to get back to where she use to be before the accident but she is trying to get from under her mother’s protective thumb. Their relationship is an interesting one for that matter and it is hard to tell if it was always like that before the accident or if it become like that.

Yes, this book has insta love. However, I am not even made about it because listen things happen in life and a book. The author wrote the book well enough that although it was expected it didn’t make the love between Alexa and her man any less real or the story less real for that matter.

In this short read, the author was able to develop twist and turns that I can’t say was expected. You are easily caught up in this read and no I wasn’t sad it ended but I was happy with the way things turned out.


4 Pickles

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