Finding Obscurity Review


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Synopsis: Lily Canton always knew she was unique.

After she loses everything she has ever cared about ten years ago, Lily decides its time to find answers about her past and why she has special powers. But when you can’t control seeing the future, and you hold enough electricity inside you to black out an entire city block, it doesn’t always make life easy.

She swore she would never care about anyone ever again after that fateful day so long ago. Then she meets sexy club owner, Ashton Ryder. Lily can’t afford to fall for Ashton. Then there is handsome, powerful, Blake Moore, who wants to help her with more than just her powers. She has to learn to trust people and let them into her heart, even as things spiral out of control.

Not only does she learn Ashton has a secret that will make her question everything she ever thought was real, but Lily finds out that her birth parents are anything but ordinary. Just when Lily thinks she has everything figured out, someone is determined to destroy her – because she isn’t supposed to be alive.

Review by Jennifer: I love a book that surprises me at every turn!

Liliana grew up knowing she was different, but not sure how she fit into the world. She could see the future and sometimes she shorted out electrical devices. Her mother kept sending her to therapy thinking she was crazy. Then something tragic happens and she finds out that she’s adopted. Her adopted mother blames her for everything and tells her to get out.

After that she told herself she’d never let her heart get involved again. It only causes pain. She keeps to herself, works from home, and has minimal contact with people. Though she’s been searching to see if there are others like her out there.

She didn’t chance making a best friend in Sam. Sam also works at a bar that is hard to get into but Sam finds a way to help her get in. That’s when she meets Ashton. Nothing goes over well during their meeting and she’s glad she wasn’t arrested for getting into the club under false pretenses.

And then there is Blake, one of Sam’s friends that seems to want her attention as well. Now she has two men fighting over her and not sure why the other keeps warning her that the other man is dangerous.

And all the while she’s trying to figure out who she is. Once she does there will be more questions and some left unanswered.

This book kept me guessing at every turn. I had no idea whether I should trust Blake or Ashton. I wasn’t sure which one was the bad guy in all of this. The person you least suspect is who you should guard you back from! I can’t wait to read the next book!



By Jennifer Laslie Posted in Reviews

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