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  • Addicting

    I’ll just say the downside of this book first before I go on and on about how much I love Off Balance. A common complaint I found about this book and Off Planet (#1) is the repetitiveness. In Off Planet, it was Amihanna going through ordeals and painful recovery time and time again. In this book, it’s the same training in the gym and pushing Lorne away over and over again. I’ll just say that I totally get the necessity of it in developing our main character and I have no problem with it. I do understand that it is a major peeve for some readers and may even be a deal-breaker. It’s rare that the second title in a series is able to hold a tighter grip on me than the first but Off Balance did it. I couldn’t put it down and literally flew through the pages! Even when I wake up in the middle of the night to feed my 2-month old and change diapers, I’ll read this on my Kindle for a few minutes before snoozing off again. Aileen’s writing touched me because it feels so close and real. Anyone struggling with feeling like losing themselves by being with a partner, being a parent, or just doing something that demands all your energy and attention will feel this. While in Off Planet the theme revolves around survival and perseverance, Off Balance is about the identity crisis of Amihanna who is suffering from PTSD and faced with a better life that includes love, power, and responsibilities. She doesn’t know how to reconcile her past and her future with all the weight of expectations it promises. Due to her losing her memories as a child, she still hasn’t got some essential Aunere part of herself back no matter how hard she tries. Although, people around her insist the person lost in the memories is shining through and she doesn’t have to worry so much about it. Amihanna feels differently; If she can’t figure out who she is, then how is she supposed to be the leader that everyone is expecting? An addicting, too off-people's-radar series. I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley. All opinions are my own.

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  • Off balance

    Omg!!! All i have to say. Could NOT put it down. Read all her books so far. This one was just insane. Resident Evil meets the Notebook.

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  • So Good!!!!!

    I received this ARC for an honest review. OMG...ok let me catch my breath for a minute. I just turned the last page one this book, and the only thing I can think is “I have to wait a whole year for book 3!” Aileen Erin’s character and world building is phenomenal. You get pulled into the story and you don’t want to stop. When I finished this book, I just looked at my husband and said wow. This book is not a stand alone. This is book 2 in the series. It is about Lorne and Amihanna. They are shalshada or mirror souls. Amihanna is still recovering from her time on Abaddon. She is suffering from severe PTSD. Lorne is trying to help. Lorne is trying to convince Amihanna that he truly loves her and wants to marry her, but she is afraid to be a queen. I’m not going to write much more about the plot, but to say there is so many twist and turns. You just want to keep reading to find out what happens next.

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