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    amazing and different

    There are so many authors in this book world that I love. But, there are a few that really write life changing stories. MK is one of those authors. Every time I read one of her books I fall so in love with them. She has this air about her witting that is just so different. Not only do you become one with the book, you feel like you are the character in the book. I felt like I was living life right alongside Jason. Just the blurb alone made me happy sigh, because I knew this was going to be amazing From the moment we met Jason I knew this would be different. The way he described these dreams, I was soooo curious. Aunt Rose had me curious too, but I knew at some point we'd find out a little more about it. It's when Jason finally found Scarlett, that is when I knew I was sucked in completely. These two were the most natural couple. They could talk for hours and their chemistry was out of this world. I loved that Jason knew so much about her, so he knew how to love her. And Scarlett, she was something else. She was truly one with the island. She was so fierce, but also so sincere. She is truly one of those beautiful people inside and out. When she and Jason started seeing each other, it was like he found his home. She was his calm place and she helped to make him a better person. In reality, she probably helped everyone become better people. Her life with Russell and Tommy was something so special too. This band of friends was everything someone would want in friends. I can't talk about them too much, but they were so special. I loved how Russell was super protective of Scarlett when Jason is around. He got super growly and it made me laugh and go "aw" all at the same time! There are so many more things I loved about this book, that I just can't talk about without spoiling it. I really could talk for days about it! From Aunt Rose to Scarlett, to Anna, to everyone in this book, everyone made a difference. Every character was complete, they had their own personality and brought something to the story. Her character development is one of my favorite things about her writing. There isn't ever just a "somebody", each person means something. And then her use of the scenery, I give a dreamy sigh here. There are a lot of special places in this book, from a spot near the water, to the diner. Everything is written in such a special way, that you truly feel these are just as special to you. I could go on and on, but I hope you get the point by now =]
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    a five-star read that will twist you up

    Lost Years by MK Schiller a five-star read that will twist you up. I honestly don’t know how I came to the rating for this one as at times I worried I wouldn’t finish it. If you enjoy a story that takes a while to get going and can be a tad confusing but grips you in the end, then this is one for you. I was sure when I was at 25% that this would be a DNF, but I hate leaving a story undone and just kept on going, I was so confused at times that I had to go back and re-read parts of the story, but the more I read the more I couldn’t put it down to the point that when I was at 80% I came back from lunch, shut my office door and pretended that I was too busy for people to come see me as I needed to know what happened I was so gripped. Near the end of this story I had physical Goosebumps and was crying my eyes out, I didn’t expect this when I started this story. Jason Flynn, I didn’t like you much at first but by the end of this story you had won my heart and soul over. But as the blurb says this isn’t just his story, there are so many unique and charming characters in this story and each one deserves their own story, I can’t wait to hear more from this author.
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    Complicated

    This is a complicated love story. Jason tells the story of finding his lost love Scarlett. It switches between dream and reality in a sort of surreal landscape. At its core is a story of how far a boy will go for the girl he loves. The author weaves a fantastic tale about living dual lives and recapturing missed opportunities. It is also a story about friendship and family. It answers the question about the choices we would make if we could change the past and have only good things happen to the people we love.
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    Shifting reality

    This is definitely different than I could have ever imagined and that's a good thing. As an avid reader it's not often that I am surprised and this author took me to a whole nuther level. During most of the book I have to admit, I was shaking and scratching my head and I believe that was the intention of the author. The confusion wasn't bad since it kept you motivated to turn the page yet again to find out what in the world was going on. The confusion doesn't take away from the story it actually adds to it. With Rosie the joint totting aunt (who was a hoot) who was a mystery all on her own, we finally find out what's happening. Dream me a dream and make it real. That's exactly what this author does. First he dreams and while other's tell him he's crazy he takes the steps to find out and finds himself in Serenity. When things from his dream start becoming a reality or facets of reality the lines blur and reality shifts. What feels like insta love is far from it. It's something different and that helps you continue as dreams become reality and that shift changes and becomes lost. The name tells it all but you'll have to read it to understand.
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