Since Kat made her decision, everything around her seems to be falling apart. Not only is she dealing with family’s secrets, lies and deceit but the salon, which is opening around the corner, threatens her livelihood.
To make matters worse her relationship with Max is on the rocks. Although her relationships with Max’s mother, her step-mother and her sister have grown stronger, are they strong enough?
Working tirelessly to save her salon and save her relationship with Max, she is battling everyday to stay focused on her future. But what will the future bring?
Losing myself is book number two in the chaos series and follows on from Holding Myself, I would recommend you read them in order. It was lovely to read another genre amid all the thriller and mystery books lately, very refreshing. It was nice to get back into a familiar town and see familiar characters again.
Losing myself is an emotional (in parts) and uplifting story for readers to enjoy. It is written well, easy to read and will have you imerged until the end. Beautiful story. I have awarded another five stars for the book as I enjoyed reading this one. I would highly recommend this series to you all if you havent read it already and yet again another gorgeous cover!
Could you forgive murder? What if it was something worse?
A childhood accident robs Vincent of his memories, causing him to become sensitive and anxious around others. His differences attract bullies, and he comes to rely heavily on the support of his family.
After the devastating loss of his parents, a remarkable woman teaches him to embrace life and, little by little, he realises the world is far more forgiving than he imagined. When fragments of his memory return, he begins to unravel his past.
Who was his mother? What kind of a man is his brother, Frank? And why does death surround them?
Fate is cruel. History is dark. Things are not as they seem.
Perhaps he should have stayed at home.
I want to start by saying I loved Ross’s previous book The Boy Inside and looked forward to reading this one with very high expectations. I was not disappointed, yet again another brilliant story! This story is written well, easy to read, fast paced and a very deep thought provoking read. I would highly recommend this story to you all and the previous books by this author. Ross is an upcoming author we all need to keep an eye on in the future and I cannot wait to read more upcoming books by this author. I have nothing to fault with this story, a great read! A well deserved five stars from me.
Can you really tell the difference between madness and sanity?
Mark Randall goes to great lengths to get himself admitted to an acute psychiatric ward and, despite being mute, convinces professionals that he is psychotic. But who is he and why is he so keen to spend time in a psychiatric hospital?
When Mark is admitted, silent and naked, the staff are suspicious about his motives.
Dealing with this, as well as the patients on the ward, Mark’s troubles really begin once he is Sectioned under the Mental Health Act. When decisions about his future are handed to Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Giles Sharman, Mark’s life goes from bad to worse.
Drugged, abused and in danger, Mark looks for a way out of this nightmare. But he’s about to learn, proving that you are sane might not be easy as it sounds…
I absolutely love stories that focus on psychiatric wards and ‘patients’, I find the whole subject of being sane/insane very interesting and love stories like this. The title for this book suits the story perfectly and the cover is perfect too.
A Justified Madness is easy to read, fast paced and a belter of a story which will have you hooked ans unable to put the book down. I would highly recommend this story to you all and I award a well deserved five stars. I think this story would also make a brilliant film! Brilliant. Enjoyed reading this one.