New Release & Review- My Blue by Emery Jacobs


Title: My Blue
Author: Emery Jacobs
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 18, 2019
For most of my life, Ella Blue had been by my side. My best friend. My
whole world. Then she vanished. Without a trace. I didn’t know how to move on
without her, but I knew in my heart I’d never let her go—I’d wait for her
For me, no time has passed. I have no clue what happened to the last
eight years of my life.
I have no memories of a life without Leo. He’s always been my one
constant. And now I’m stuck in the past, trying to figure out if we can find
our way back to each other.
How can I move forward when I don’t know what I’m leaving behind?
Ella and Leo must rediscover their love—a once-in-a-lifetime love…for the
second time.
Jessica’s Review

Oh I’m not sure where to even start with this review. I’ll say that this is my first book by this author and while for the most part I was captivated by the plot, I was really let down by the ending. I didn’t feel any closure or redemption for anything. Not with what happened to blue, not with the actions of others that caused bad things to happen (vague so I don’t give spoilers) and not with what happened that made them be apart for 8 years. It’s like all of that was glossed over. I hated that. It’s like the important parts of the story had vanished with a few kisses.

I did like the characters and the overall plot. It kept me hooked and I found my self not wanting it to end because it was very sweet and had some suspense to it. But no matter how much I liked those aspects, I struggled with what I stated above. It made for a book that to me didn’t feel complete. That being said; I would be willing to try about book by this author because like I said, it was a great plot….. just not a good conclusion. 3 stars #2OCCJD

Purchase Links
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Free in Kindle Unlimited
Author Bio
Emery grew up in Southern Arkansas and has lived most of her adult life
in Northern Louisiana. She spends her days working as a Nurse Practitioner in
rural health and her nights reading, writing, and occasionally sleeping.
She loves real life romance…lots of angst and heartbreak, but always a
happy ending.
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