Thursday, November 17, 2016

Finding Home by Reagan Hollow



Finding Home by Reagan Hollow

Lacey is a small town girl relocating to a big city after finding her fiance in bed with her best friend. All she wants to do is start fresh, in a town where no one knew her and was big enough to get lost in. She finds just what she's looking for when she stumbles across an ad looking for a roommate.

After a night of drinks at the club her new roommate works at, leaves Lacey drugged and in bed with club owner Cory Lewis, she must find her strength to piece her life back together.
When her past shows up and shakes her world, who will she be able to trust?

Will she be saved before it's too late?

Follow Lacey on her journey of heart break, betrayal, and possibly a shot at a second chance for love.

Authors Note: This book is a Romantic Suspense meaning it may contain subject matter that may be sensitive for certain readers. That being said, this is not erotica. This means, there is sex...but there's also more story line. I hope you take a chance on my debut novel and leave a review whether you like it or hate it.


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ABOUT Reagan

Reagan Hollow

Author Reagan Hollow is a breakthrough author from Atlanta, Georgia. Reading has always been her passion and she’s always longed to write a book. Her debut novel, Finding Home releases on July 17th, 2016. She also enjoys spending time with her four kids and her hubs who always keep her on her feet.
Her writing will be along the lines of Romantic Suspense and Paranormal.




Finding Strength: a Club Dark Novel 

will be Released January 17, 2017



I’ll start out saying this has a cliffhanger! Book 2, Finding Strength, will be out January 17, 2017. I didn’t realize at the time that it would have a cliffy. Although I am happy to hear that I get more Cory and Lacey. Plus… I mean that ending was amazing!! Totally took me by surprise!!

This is Reagan Hollow’s debut novel and I really think she did great. The storyline really pulls you in and keeps you interested right at the start of the book. Lacey has such a hard life. It was like she just couldn’t catch a break and anything bad that could happen… would happen to Lacey. I do wish this was a dual POV story though; I’m not counting the 1 chapter at the end. There was so much mysteriousness with Corey that I think being in his head a bit to would have helped me be a bit more invested in him. I know that can totally be preference though and I know, I love dual POV.

The fact that Cory took Lacey out on motorcycle ride and the beautiful way Hollow wrote this part makes me think she's at least been on the back of a bike before. There's something that feels so safe when you wrap your arms around your man and cruise down the road. I think Hollow conveyed that closeness perfectly of driver and passenger and she's making me miss being up against the back of my husband.

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.




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