Title - Killing Memories
Format - ebook only. Can be found on smashwords and
Source - Owned
Synopsis - Estela Ramos isn’t looking for love and thinks there’s nothing wrong with that. But ask her mother or best friend and they’d tell you different. Moo says Estela fears rejection while her mother thinks she’s too gordita. Maybe they’re both right, but Estela is pretty damn happy with the status quo, well, sorta.
At 26 years old, Estela is completely inexperienced in love, and the women in her life just won’t let her die a lonely virgin spinster with donut glaze on her face. She has no time for men, but after a few matchmaking attempts, courtesy of Moo and Estela's family, men begin descending upon her with great gusto and flair. One who may be the Antichrist, or at the very least have a psycho-complex, won’t take “no thanks” for an answer. The other, with striking green eyes and gentle touch, makes her entire body pulse and buzz.
Estela is overwhelmed by both and one thing’s certain: She won’t get anywhere if she can’t learn to forget the past and really see the one who stands in front of her, eager to love her as she is.
I read this book years ago on fictionpress.com. It's the first book of four. I loved it then and I love it now. Plus the cover it just perfect.
I don't know how I'd describe this book. It's an easy read, enjoyable, it has a lot of laugh-out-loud scenes. The plot isn't what makes this book, it's the characters. The Hood brothers, the friendship between Estela and Moo. It's perfect. They seem so human and real at times it's unbelievable. There were parts in this book when Estela was thinking, that made me think she was reading my mind.
The book flows very well. The author really knows how to write without the jumpy-ness some books have. There were a few typos in the the first edition of the book, I think the author has sorted that out now. The second book in this series will be released sometime this year. Although no date has been set in stone.
I already know what's going to happen in the next books and I promise they just keep getting better and better.
I'm going to continue to buy the next books in this series.
I'd definitely recommend both the book and the author, for future reads.
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