Tuesday, September 25, 2018

..•.¸¸•´¯`•.¸¸.ஐ Review For When Time Stands Still by Sara Furlong Burr ஐ..•.¸¸•´¯`•.¸¸.

When Time Stands Still by Sara Furlong Burr 
262 pages

Published June 15th 2018
 Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Its been nearly a decade since Elle Sloan last saw Luke
 Hutchins. Close to ten years since she broke up with him 
over a single phone call, providing him with little explanation. 
Since the end of their relationship, Elle has done everything 
she could do to move on, marrying, proceeding forward with 
her life, almost allowing herself to completely forget about 


Out of nowhere, Elle receives a phone call from Luke
mother. Luke has been in a horrific car accident and, a month
 later, has just awoken from a coma. However, instead of 
celebrating, his family is stunned to learn that Luke is 
suffering from amnesia and only remembers his life as it was 
before his breakup with Elle. Not wanting to tell Luke that he 
and Elle arent together anymore for fear it may 
compromise his recovery, Elle is asked by Lukes family to
 come to the hospital to see him. Their hope is that she will 
slowly be able to jog his memory and cushion the blow. 

Guilt-ridden over how their relationship ended, Elle readily 
agrees, finding herself transported back in time with Luke to 
the life they once shared and the future they could have had 

Oh my god what a wonderfully crazy story. It is completely
 well written and thought through. I could not put it down. 
I found myself reading it straight through in one sitting.

This is Luke and Elle's story. This book starts off with Elle 
finding out about Luke's accident and then telling her 
husband that she is going to help. It seems to be a good 
marriage and she is off. And he is a good husband to let her.
 But as she spend time with Luke she starts to remember 
their life together and starts to question things. But when 
everything blows up in their faces with Margaret showing up.
 It appears to all be over, but man is she in for a surprise 
when she gets home. Months later she is with Mena when 
life changes again, but will it be for the better this time?

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you
 enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, 
please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it 
when you do; they value your opinions too.

Sara Furlong Burr was born and raised in Michigan and
 currently still lives there with her husband, two daughters, a
 high-strung Lab, and three judgmental cats. When she
not writing, Sara enjoys reading, camping, spending time with
 her family, and attempting to paint while consuming more 
amaretto sours than she cares to admit. She's also an 
advocate for melanoma awareness, having been diagnosed
 with stage 1b melanoma in 2017.

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