Saturday, May 25, 2013

Inseparable by Missy Johnson



Nineteen year old Lily is still struggling with the death of her identical twin, Abby, a year earlier when she moves away from home for college.
Following Abby’s death, Lily spent time in a psych facility after she was still seeing, hearing and speaking to Abby as though she was still alive. Now, ready to begin college, Abby only shows up in her dreams.

A chance encounter with Dane Hansen changes Lily’s life. Lily’s friends warn her off becoming involved with Dane. He’s bad news, according to the rumors, anyway..

Now, he’s back, nearly a year after he disappeared off the face of the earth weeks into his freshman year at college. But Dane is far from the popular, womanizing, athlete he once was.

Dane has experienced loss himself, after his six year old sister was abducted and murdered nearly ten years ago. He understands Lily, and the more time he spends with her, the harder he falls.

There is something he hasn’t told her though, something almost nobody knows, and it’s something that might stop Lily from feeling the same way.

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Missy lives in a small town in Central Victoria with her husband, and her confused pets (a dog who think she's a cat, a cat who thinks he's a get the picture).

When she's not writing, she can usually be found looking for something to read.

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I assumed that when I first started to read this that is was going to be your typical College romance and I was so wrong! It has a touch of paranormal and I dont even know if I want to call it paranormal. There are twists and turns throughout this entire book. As soon as you think you have everything figured out you're hit in the face with a 2x4 sized nugget of information that makes you rethink everything. There is a lot of sorrow and pain and a lot of happiness but they somehow interwine so well with each other that you don't notice the toll your emotions are taking. I am rating this at 3.5 Stars ONLY because I personally am not a fan of the paranormal but I definitely don't want this rating to sway anyone away from the book. I do highly recommend it for a read as long as you're comfortable with reading books that are in the genre.




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