New Release & Review- Lost Boy by M Robinson

RELEASE DAY BLITZ
LOST BOY
Cover Model: Stephen James 
Cover Design: The Final Wrap
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ New Adult
Standalone

In a world where I had no say, violence became my refuge, and nothing else mattered.
Not even my own life.
Until her.
Skyler Bell.
It all started the first time I heard that voice. Giving me hope for tomorrow. My first love was everything all at once.
Consuming.
Maddening.
Forever.
Mine. 




Gemma’s Review


5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Lost boy was a complete emotional roller coaster that ripped my heart out and destroyed it before putting it all back together by the end of it. This author definitely took her readers on a ride with this story just like she did in all of her previous stories. Every time I read a M. Robinson book I am reminded that she is the queen of angst and this book reminds me why this author has this title.

I have wanted a story about Noah since Ends Here and M. Robinson did not disappoint with this character. He was the hot bad boy that experienced so much pain in his life and was really lost. He was really a lost boy and it was obvious throughout the story how lost he really was throughout his life.

Skyler was just as lost and broken as Noah was and it was obvious from the first moment that we were introduced to her. There was a lot of times that I really felt bad for her andI did find her to be a bit of a mystery but at the end of the book I felt I really understood her and the reasons why she acted the way she did.

Lost boy follows the destructive road that is the relationship between Noah and Skyler. It tells the story of Noah Jameson and what happened to him after the events that happened after Ends Here.

Lost boy was my most highly anticipated read of the year and it has quickly been moved up my list of my favourite read of the year. This story was packed with so much emotion, heart break and grief that I constantly teared up throughout the story at the pain these characters went through. M Robinson has once again written an amazing story that I cannot get out of my head. I cannot read what this author brings out next.

Except, I never imagined there were secrets that needed to be shared. Lies that needed to be confessed. Truths that needed to be told. 
Demons that needed to be buried. 
Once I realized the depth, the longing, the sadness and sorrow in her eyes mirrored mine, it was too late. Love didn’t come to me as heartbreak, it came as everything I’ve ever wanted. Walking away wasn’t an option, but it was the only choice I had.

I finally found the price of love and it cost me…
My soul.


My back hit the concrete wall with a thud. 
“You got what you wanted, so you can go now. Because I can’t stand fucking looking at you any longer!” 
I reached for her on pure impulse. “Skyler—” As soon as she felt my strong arm’s wrap around her waist, she kneed me in the balls. 
“We’re even now, because I hate you too.”
Push.
I groaned in pain, and in her fuck-me heels, she took off running toward the exit. Breathing through the dis-comfort for a moment, I hauled ass after her. My boots pounding the wet pavement, chasing her in the pouring rain. Catching up with her outside the back of the dark building.
I gripped her arm and roughly turned her toward me, never expecting what happened next.
“No!” she shouted bloody murder, once again shoving me as hard as she could. She didn’t falter, losing her fucking shit on me. “I loved you!” She ignored the sting I knew her hand must have felt every time it connected with my face and body. Hitting me anywhere she could.
I tried blocking each and every blow, driving her further to push and hit me harder. Taking out every malicious word I’d said to her, and years of pent-up anger with herself, on me.
“I fucking loved you!”
“Cutie, calm the fuck down,” I ordered, trying to grip onto her wrists.
“Fuck you!” she yelled, punching and shoving me more, the closer I came toward her. “You don’t know anything! Nothing!”
“Skyler, enough!”
Raising her hand up to slap me across the face, I gripped onto her wrist and spun her around before she could react. She lost her footing which only made it easier for me to carry her up into my arms. Striding over to the nearest car that appeared abandoned in a secluded corner of the alley.
“Stop it,” I warned, controlling her body from thrashing around. Pissing her off even more.
“You stop it! Put me down!”
And I did, slamming her ass on the hood. Taking ahold of both her wrists with my hand and placing them above her head. I pinned her down, and still she fought with every ounce of courage she had left in her.
“For fucks sake, stop!”
“No!”
“Well then, I’m just gonna havta fuck the fight right out of ya.”
“Don’t you dar—”
My lips crashed onto hers, slipping my tongue into her mouth. Demanding complete and utter control. She weakly thrashed around, and I held her tighter against my chest, kissing her fucking senseless.
Groaning against her lips, “Fuck… I missed you…”



LOST BOY (STANDALONE)
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M. ROBINSON BIO
USA Today Bestselling Author of Lost Boy, El Pecador, El Santo, Ends Here, Keeping
Her Wet, Road to Nowhere, El Diablo, The Good Ol’ Boys Standalone Series, The
VIP Trilogy, Tempting Bad, and Two Sides.
M. Robinson loves to read. She favors anything that has
angst, romance, triangles, cheating, love, and of course sex! She has been
reading since the Babysitters Club and R.L. Stein. All time favorite books
are The Bronze Horseman Trilogy by Paullina Simons.
She was born in New Jersey but was raised in Tampa Fl. She
is married to an amazing man who she loves to pieces. They have two German shepherd
mixes, a Wheaten Terrier and a Tabby cat. 
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