If You Never Get Lost, You'll Never Be FoundTwenty-one-year-old Natalia Stolfi is saying good-bye to the past-and turning her life upside down with a trip to the land down under. For the next six months, she'll act like a carefree exchange student, not a girl sinking under the weight of painful... show more
If You Never Get Lost, You'll Never Be FoundTwenty-one-year-old Natalia Stolfi is saying good-bye to the past-and turning her life upside down with a trip to the land down under. For the next six months, she'll act like a carefree exchange student, not a girl sinking under the weight of painful memories. Everything is going according to plan until she meets a brooding surfer with hypnotic green eyes and the troubling ability to see straight through her act.Bran Lockhart is having the worst year on record. After the girl of his dreams turned into a nightmare, he moved back home to Melbourne to piece his life together. Yet no amount of disappointment could blind him to the pretty California girl who gets past all his defenses. He's never wanted anyone the way he wants Talia. But when Bran gets a stark reminder of why he stopped believing in love, he and Talia must decide if what they have is once in a lifetime . . . of if they were meant to live a world apart.
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Off the Map (#1)
Book Title: Upside Down Author: Lia Riley Series: Off the Map #1 Genre: New Adult Source: Kindle E-Book(Library) ♫My Pick for Book Theme Song: Say Something (I'm Giving Up On You) by A Great Big World w/Christina Aguilera --Seriously, sometimes, I was just like say something to him already… ...
I absolutely loved this story! Reading this book made me want to run away, if you read it you will understand why. ☺Unfortunately for me, I am too old to be a foreign exchange student. *sigh* Oh well, that is why we have wonderful authors like Lia Riley to create these beautiful stories to escape to...
Thanks to the author, the New Adult Book Club and Netgalley.After reading the first two chapters, I felt like giving up on this one. I was so confused as to what was going on etc. I'm glad that I gave this book a chance, because it turned out to be an okay read. The main character of this book is Ta...
This is fairly well written though the are times when it is working WAY too hard. For example: "She gazes at me like an implacable jury forewoman, about to pronounce a verdict of guilt." It feels forced and pulls me right out of the story. Stuff like this is all through out the story, along with cou...
Review posted at the USA Today Happy Ever After Blog