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For The Love of Ash

Title: For The Love of Ash Author: Taylor Lavati Published: March 9, 2015 ARC provided by author in exchange for honest review. For The Love of Ash was an amazing read, from the characters to the real life plot twists. There was a lot to follow, but it was easy to follow. The scenes in the book were described so well that I thought I was there experiencing what was happening with the characters. Maggie amazes me. She gives up her life to take care of her brother after their parents died. She not only is his sister, but becomes a mother to her brother. She takes care of him and puts his needs before her own. She doubts her parenting abilities but shows she can handle everything life throws at her. Luke cares for his siblings when he returns home from college to protect his younger siblings from their abusive father. There is some child abuse, but we don't see it happening, we see the child after the fact. Luke and Maggie are much alike in more ways than one. They are both caring for their…

A Reliant Love

ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review.

A Reliant Love by Taylor Lavati was an easy 5 star read for me.

This was a wonderful read. I loved how it was such a page turner. So much happens in this book, but it's enough to understand and keep the reader wanting more at the same time. 
I love how Taylor writes about an every day occurrence like addiction and drug use. She also mixes college in and gives you an amazing ride through real life situations.

Follow Nathalie Carter as she goes to college and gets pulled into some tough situations. She left her parents to go to college and start a new life. At college, she deals with the struggles of a relationship and a boyfriend with an addiction. 

Follow Samuel as he tries to overcome his past and leave it all behind him. But when that doesn't work, he tries to juggle his addiction, his relationship, and school, before he leaves. 

Follow the two characters as Taylor shows us what each is feeling and experiencing. This book ma…