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    ...there are bumpy roads on the highway of life.

    As sure as the sky is blue, there are bumpy roads on the highway of life. Ms. Landon powerfully drives that point home in Aidan. Aidan Spencer has seen his share of heartache and betrayal, yet nothing prepared him for the fear of falling in love. It had to be good for me to finish in one day. Not only does Sydney Landon create a poignant love story. She tackles an emotional subject that is a global problem. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Aidan is the second novel of Ms. Landon's that I have read. Sometimes a person has to face the ugly to appreciate the beauty. Hats off to Sydney Landon.
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    Have you ever read a book that affected you so profoundly, it left you completely speechless? Well, this is one of those stories. I've been a diehard Sydney Landon fan for years. But I admit, after having read the first four books in this series, and loving them all, my expectations for Aidan's story were even greater than any of the previous books. In all honesty, I truly believed it impossible for Landon to meet those expectations but I was sorely mistaken. Surprisingly, she not only met them, she completely surpassed them and totally blew me away! I generally order her books months in advance, then anxiously await each release but it's always worth the wait and this time, she has truly outdone herself with Aidan, the fifth and final book of the Pierced: Lucian and Lia Series. This is one of the most emotionally engaging stories I've ever read and that's saying a lot because I've read thousands and thousands of books. It's not often an author manages to engage all five of my senses while reading a story but Landon did exactly that. I could see the characters in my mind and hear the pain in their voices; I could smell the air they breathed and taste the salt of their tears, but more importantly, I could feel their heartache, pain, and despair. I became fully immersed in their world and totally engaged in their lives. By the time I finished the first fourth of the book, I was sniffling and reaching for my box of tissues. And by the time I reached the halfway point, I was sobbing uncontrollably. It was absolutely gut-wrenching. Landon not only tugged on my heartstrings, she broke my heart and ripped it from my chest. But this story was also hopeful, heartwarming and at times, quite humorous. By the time I reached the final page, Landon had miraculously mended my broken heart and healed my weary soul. And that, folks, is entertainment. Personally, I think it's Landon's best work to date. It was imperfectly perfect! But there's so much more I love about this book. Yes, it's exceptionally well-crafted and edited, as is with all Landon's books. The dialogue is intelligent, snappy, sexy, sometimes funny, well executed and flows effortlessly. The narrative is beautifully written in the first-person with multiple perspectives, primarily from the two protagonists: handsome, grief-stricken playboy Aidan Spencer, and beautiful, troubled and very unhappy cancer survivor Kara Jacks. But without a doubt, my favorite component is the extraordinary cast of well-developed, relatable and thoroughly engaging characters who come to life and completely capture your heart. I fell in love with both Aidan and Kara. I felt they were each realistically flawed but perfect together and played off each other brilliantly, not to mention their attraction and sexual chemistry was smokin' hot. The scenes between these two characters sizzled with heat, attraction, passion and emotion. My heart literally ached for the heartbroken, long-suffering Aidan and the deeply depressed Kara and found myself cheering for them to find the peace of spirit and mind they each so desperately sought. Most of the characters were introduced in the earlier books of the series and for that reason alone, I highly recommend reading the first four books prior to this one, but the author does a remarkable job of including ample backstory making it possible to read this release as a standalone, which brings me to yet another reason I love this book. We were able to catch up on the lives of our favorite characters from series and that's always a big plus for me. Landon is an exceptionally gifted storyteller and skilled wordsmith who excels at bringing her characters to life in worlds and situations that are easily relatable to the reader. She masterfully combines every single one of these elements to craft an enthralling contemporary romance filled with the perfect combination of drama, heartbreak, angst, attraction, passion, healing, hope, and love. Aidan Spencer had given up on life a year ago after saving the life of his best friend's wife and unborn child rather than the woman he loved. He left everything and everyone he's ever cared about when he drove away from his home and never looked back. He stopped in Charleston for gas and never bothered to leave. In his state of mind, one place was just as good as the other. Anywhere to escape the painful memories was a good place and Charleston seemed perfect to drown his sorrow with booze and meaningless sex. So what were the odds someone from Asheville would come waltzing into the bar he frequented and that someone would have to be Kara Jacks, the look-alike cousin of the very woman he had saved. Who would have guessed the lovely Kara had come to Charleston also seeking peace for her weary mind and body by trying to escape her life in Asheville? Kara had lost her way in life, suffering from severe bouts of depression after recovering from cancer. can they let go of the past and learn to live and love again? We'll see!
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    Love the book

    The books was great it will have you on the edge of your seat to trying to see how it will end. The people in there you get to love in the other books from this series and your glad that you get to see it from there side. Great book!
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    The last book in the Lia n Lucian Trilogy and it was absolutely brilliant. Loved reading Aidan's story and also loved that Lucian n Lia re still involved. Fell in love with every character in this whole series of 5 books and my only downside is there are no more books to read. Read the whole series 3 times now and never tire of it IG congrats to Sydney Landon...
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    I loved this book. I couldn't put it down. I cried for Aiden when his mom said her goodbye as it was so heart wrenching. It was just a great story.

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