REVIEW: Almost Lost, Never Forgotten by T.L. Sieving


Title: Almost Lost, Never Forgotten

Series: Never Forgotten, #1

Author: T.L. Sieving

Genre: Contemporary Romance (18+)

Release Date: November 5, 2013



After a betrayal she never saw coming, Luciana Stevens moves to New York City to carve out a new life for herself, starting with her first semester at NYU. She quickly learns her roommate is the very wealthy Sam Renault, whose father owns one of the most powerful financial firms in the world.

Introduced to a world that she never knew existed, full of glamor and unlimited perks, sexy A-list actor, Jax, ignites her interest from the moment they meet.

As she lets go of her heartbreaking past, she opens herself up to a world of passion and love she never expected as Jax treats her the way she’s never been– like a goddess. But after an unexpected and dangerous turn of events, along with the blossoming of an unlikely friendship, Lucy will be forced to re-evaluate her love life… forever.

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This book was full of surprises. When I first started reading, I wasn’t expecting the suspense or the way things turned out. However, it was all for the better. It kept me on the edge of my seat and easily held my attention until the very end. The characters were well written and the story line was well laid out with plenty of twists, turns, and some downright hot scenes.

Without going into any spoilers, I’d like to mention that all the men involved are sexy as hell. Chase is a baseball player that she dated in high school and reconnects with him after college. Jax is a famous movie star that she meets through her best friend Sam. There is all kinds of history but everyone has a great personality and I felt like they were all genuine people. Even the secondary characters (like the security guys and Sam’s parents) were also really great.

The events that happen and relationships that develop and change make this a unique story and I really liked it. I look forward to reading more from this series. Great job and a 4 out of 5 books!

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