Remember How It Feels to Fall in Love?
Race against the clock through a dystopian nightmare. Climb naked into an untested time machine (carrying only a seashell and a promise). Wake up twenty years younger on a tropical beach, buck naked and mortally wounded, with your heart in your throat.
This is a journey of love, loss, and redemption that will make your pulse gallop and your palms sweat, have you laughing out loud through your tears, and leave you flush with the sublime pleasure of falling in love.
This was definitely a 5 star book for me. There was only one problem that I had with it and that was that it was told in multiple points of view which is just a personal preference and doesn’t really affect the overall story. This book had a little bit of everything. It had romance, humor, a little bit of action, etc. It was such a quick read for me. I was reading it and before I knew it I was already halfway through the book. It was also fast paced. I like it when authors get right to the point from the beginning instead of taking so much time building up. I absolutely loved the romance between Diego and Isabel. I also kind of felt sorry for them I mean from chapter one stuff just kept getting thrown at them they just couldn’t catch a break. You don’t find out if everything they went through was actually worth it in this book which isn’t a bad thing its just annoying to a reader who just wants to know how it ends like right now lol. There is mature content in this book so it is for mature audiences only. If you haven’t read this book it is definitely one I would recommend. If you have read this book or if you are wanting to read it feel free to leave a comment I would love to know your thoughts.
I want to thank the author for gifting this book to me in exchange for an honest review!