Monday, November 17, 2014

*Review* Oblivion by Jessica Wood

I wake up to a life and a man that I can’t remember.
He says his name is Connor Brady—the tall, sexy CEO of Brady Global, Inc. 
He says my name is Olivia Stuart, and that I was recently in an accident and lost my memory.
Also, he says I’m his fiancé.
Although I don’t remember Connor, or anything about my past, something about him seems familiar. He is kind, protective, and breathtakingly-gorgeous. But there is just one problem—he seems too perfect.
As I begin to rebuild my relationship with Connor and accept the idea that I may never remember my past, I unexpectedly meet Ethan James.
Ethan is the mysterious, rebellious stranger who pushes my boundaries to their limits and makes me feel alive. As our lives collide time and time again, the bits and pieces of my past start to unravel, unearthing the secrets that have been buried deep inside my subconscious. With every new memory I gain about who I once was, I become more torn between the man who is my fiancé and the stranger who is the key to my past. Is my life with Connor really as perfect as he leads me to believe? 

I was given a copy by author for an honest review.

Olivia was in a terrible accident that landed her in a coma for 8 days. When she wakes up she remembers nothing. The only person who is there is is a guy named Connor who tells her that he is her fiance.

Connor is a sexy, workaholic, CEO of Brady Global. He is there for Liv every step of the way. The only problem is it seems to perfect like he's hiding something.

Ethan is the gorgeous man I keep running into him. The first time he caught me before I fell and as soon as he did I felt a connection with him.

As time goes on, secrets begin to unravel, flash backs start to surface, who do you trust? Your fiance or a rebellious mystery man who shows up everywhere?

This story had me addicted from page one! Jessica definitely knows how to keep you wanting more with every twist of the story.

5 stars


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