Wednesday, December 31, 2014

REVIEW: Harkham's Choice by Chanse Lowell


Adam Latham knows one thing, and one thing only—he simply has to have Marissa Cole as his own. Not as his school mate, or his girlfriend who lives in his family’s house with him. Her. He needs her to be his wife, and he’ll find a way to make that happen, whether or not his medical condition as Harkham’s unresolved case has improved.

His overwhelming need for Mari’s touch continues unabated. Even as her life grows more complicated—dealing with her father’s issues in another state—Adam becomes more determined that they’ll have a life together after they graduate high school in a few short months.

What will he do when he finds out exactly what past abuse Mari’s suffered? How will he handle it when she falls apart in front of his very eyes? He can only hope to contain the numbers that try to consume him and the violet anxiety attacks that follow, on his own.

How will he deal with his unsupportive family members that rally against his relationship with this damaged girl? Is Dr. Harkham the answer to his questions?

Only Adam knows what it means to live with an undefined disability. Until he finds the key that unlocks the secrets to his past mysteries, will he be able to move on and live a full and happy life with his Mari.

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4 kisses

Chanse had delivered another amazing story again! 

Adam and Mary continue their whatever they have going. There is so much more back story in this boom than the first. I felt like I learned all lot more about each individual character in this book. It had me on my toes fron the first page. 

Mary's mom who I can't stand has a heart... I was surprised by this revolution because of how she had previously acted. Mary's dad.. I could never image having to live in a small rink a dink town and having my father known for what her father is known for. It's just one of those things where the pieces come together through out the story. 

Dustin, I hated this man in the first book. He seemed so strict and somewhat uncaring and  blind and to what was happening with Adam through his sister. He starts warming up to Mari at the end of book and it continues here. All in all I am starting to like him. 
Samara... I CANNOT stand this girl and her manipulative ways. If I had my choice I would of locked her up in a nut ward in the first book. But I digress

All in all Harkhams Choice answered a lot of the what's and whos I had at the ending of Harkhams Case. Chanse has given us a very well written book. While reading her book it was like her characters came off of the page at me. I lived this book through Mari's eyewhile  reading it. 

I cannit wait to read the third and final installment of the Harkhams series. My hat is off to you you Chanse. 

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