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TITLE: Blackout
AUTHOR: Olivia Evans
GENRE: Romance
PUBLICATION: march 3rd, 2020

There is a gaping hole in the middle of Lonna's memories of the worst night of her life. Her body told her how it ended, but the details leading up to her lying hurt and sobbing on the bathroom floor have been lost.

How do you move forward when you’re not sure what you have to move on from?

How do you get your life back on track when you don’t know what happened to send it off the rails?

She makes a connection in the unlikeliest of places. Their bond is immediate—their pain similar and, at the same time, vastly different. As they work independently to recover from invisible wounds they are not ready to share with each other, they find their path to healing may leave a fiery trail across the landscape of what used to be their lives.
My Review
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Is a full length romance novel by new to me author Olivia Evans.

This is another book that's been popping up on my news feed on IG and FB, one look at the ratings and I was off one clicking on Amazon!

Oh wow! I’m sitting here at a loss for words, this book was truly amazing, beautifully written, and even though the subject matter was heartbreaking this author touched it so sensitively.
What a turbulent story, my emotions were all over the place, like the heroine, one minute I was high the next I’d reached a low with a twist that blindsided me. But in the end she wrapped it up perfectly! This couple met in such a unique unorthodox way which pulled me into the story even more. I was hooked from start to finish and it most definitely won't be the last book I'll read by this author.

There's nothing I would change about this book, it was utterly perfect.

Lonna is trying to make sense of her world after a tragic incident which she can't recall changed her life in a blink of an eye, she went from celebrating to one of despair, which is affecting every aspect of her life. No matter how hard she tries to recall her memories of that night nothing comes to her. After getting sent home from work by her boss she stumbles around for hours with no destination in mind when her stomach screamed to be fed that she came across Lucky's dinner that sold the most delicious cakes to die for. Apon leaving she noticed people gathering outside an old building across the road, the owner of the diner mentioned that they have different support groups over there. And it just so happens that wednesdays and Sundays are sexual assault meetings, which Lonna took as a sign.

“You make me feel safe, you give me hope, you're my light in the dark. ”

It's here that Lonna meets Gavin, she doesn't know his story but she feels some kind of pull towards him. Slowly they heal, slowly they fall in love, but something comes to light and breaks them down the middle. Both are left floundering, right back to where they had begun, living in the darkness.

“Lonna, my life has been a mess for a while now. I've done my best to keep my shit together, but it's not always easy. I have a lot of demons and self-doubt, and it's not something I can always fight off. But since I met you, it's been easier.”

Now I need to find my own ‘Lucky’s’ because I’m craving cake!