Wednesday, January 1, 2014

**Review** Connected ~ Kim Karr

Synopsis ~ 

What if a ‘Once in a Lifetime’ could happen twice?

Suffering from a past full of tragedy, Dahlia London's soul has been left completely shattered. Happily ever after is a far cry from reality in her world. But, when she is reconnected with her past, the bonds that form are irrefutable.

When River Wilde, lead singer of The Wilde Ones, comes back into Dahlia’s life, the intensity that fires their relationship combined with underlying feelings that have never died lead her to believe she has met her soulmate.

Struggling with confusion as old connections fade and new ones begin, Dahlia's grief begins to lift--but guilt remains. River wants to be the one to mend all that is torn within her.

But with a past that is never really gone, can their future survive?

Amy's Thoughts ~ 

**Provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

I have seen this book around for a while. It's been on my TBR forever it seems. I was browsing around my kindle and saw it and I'm so glad I decided to read it when it did. I see now what everyone has raved about. 

Dahlia has everything in her life that she has ever wanted - minus one or 2 people. And in the blink of an eye, everything is gone. Dahl is enveloped into a battle with the deepest, darkest depression one can imagine. Just when everyone around her thinks that there's no pulling her out - a chance encounter with fate turns it all around. 

River Wilde is the lead singer for The Wilde Ones. Although the past 5 years have been a whirlwind for his band, he can't seem to get passed this one girl who changed all his rules in the span of five minutes. 

Connected is an exhilarating, astonishing read that takes the readers on a journey through the depths of hell to living and loving again. It has the perfect mix of despair, friendship, love with a hint of underlying mystery. Kim Karr is a breathtaking story teller and I can tell this won't be the last time I dive into one of her novels. Torn, book 2 in the Connections series is up next. 

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