A Time for Hope
Book 3, Lexi
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Lexi Reed was unstoppable, or so she thought. As the PR manager of international rock band, Power Station and living in New York, she was a long way from her old life in Melbourne, Australia. Having captured the heart and married one of the sexiest men alive (Power Station’s guitarist, Alex Stone) Lexi was living beyond any fantasy she could have ever imagined. Having finally allowed the walls from her past to fall, Lexi had not only learnt to trust again but had given herself completely to Alex, her one true love.
Lexi's happiness was short lived when heartache and trauma threw everything she knew into turmoil. Her world came crashing down around her, and now Lexi is struggling to regain her sense of self. Unable to regroup and heal under the scrutiny of the media and her well-intentioned loved ones, she can’t seem to find the road back to the old “Lexi.”
Alex is devastated. His beautiful, intelligent and once confident wife is now distant and guarded, the product of the brutality she has suffered. He feels powerless but is determined not to lose her.
With her gorgeous rock star husband by her side and her eclectic but devoted circle of friends, Lexi starts over. In order to find a way to reconcile the past and build a future, she must let go of all her safety nets and trust those around her.
In this final installment of the Lexi series, we join Lexi and Alex on their journey of rediscovery. Relationships are tested, terms are renegotiated and lives are irrevocably changed. With the hope that their love for each other is strong enough to carry them through, Lexi and Alex gamble everything in search of their happily ever after.
I loved the story from the first book to the last, but was consistently appalled at the level of editing. Throughout all books, but especially the last there were constant typing, grammatical and contextual errors that were overlooked. The only reason I dropped a star
Loved the whole series and couldn't put them down.
Earlier books were better
I was so looking forward to continue reading about Lexi & Alex. This book, whilst an ok read, jumped around a lot. There were a few leads in this book that didn't go anywhere and the ending came about very quickly. Could have been much better.