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Monday, February 3, 2014

Review: Life's A Cappella (A Cappella, #1) by Yessi Smith



Life's A Cappella (A Cappella, #1)
Yessi Smith


Synopsis:

I want to tell you how great my life was. How I lived without regrets. With constant laughter. Without any tears. I want to tell you how I lived each moment to the fullest. How each breath I took was fresh and full of life. 
With eagerness. Without any fear.

I want to tell you all of that, but then my story would be masked with lies and not worth telling.
My life didn’t start until I left my past. And I left everything. My mother, my friends, my name.
 
My new name, the name everyone knows me by is Erin Lewis.

Four years after finding the courage to leave her hometown in Alabama, Erin is finally happy with where her life has led her. Not only is she secure in her environment, but the relationships she has formed center her, making her forget how damaged she once was. Before she can fully settle into her new life, her past crashes into her present, unraveling a set of events that destroy the very foundation she has built her new life on.
 
Review: 

This is the story of Erin Lewis a young lady who left her life in Alabama because of her horrid past. She completed her education and was about to graduate from her nursing program.
Erin has a wonderful group of friends, her best friend Camilla was like her sister. They go away for a vacation and that’s where she meets Trent. Trent is a nice guy and she loves being with him. The beginning of a great relationship. Everything is going so well until there is a knock on Trent’s door that changes her life forever.

Good God this review is going be the hardest (not because I didn’t enjoy this book because I 100% did) it’s just going be hard to give a review without ruining the book. I totally loved this book,

Yessi Smith is a terrific writer. I really love the mystery of this book.

 Erin had a love of music and a variety of it and there is certain reason why. The way it was introduced in the book was clever and meaningful. This book definitely has a message; the test of love, what happens in you pasts can affect your future.

 Trent was just darling very kind funny and caring. I was so impressed by the bonds and connections that were made in this story. I’m generally into the whole passion and sex acts in most of the books I read and I enjoyed that this book wasn’t about the physical more than the mental.

 I give this book a 5 out 5 stars a must read.

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