Laney's ex-boyfriend Lachlan Hems is back in Florida, still Australian and sexy as hell. His best mate Lucas is getting married, and he is in town for the show. He just didn’t realize Laney would be there … in another guy’s arms, or that seeing her again would have such an effect on him. After the incident in high-school, he vowed to never care for her again. But sometimes fate has different plans.
When Laney’s resolve crumbles, Lachlan is the only one that can put her back together again.
Where You Are is the start of a three-books new adult series from Amazon and Barnes and Noble bestselling author Alla Kar.
Do you remember your first love? Your first kiss? The one who got away?
Laney Scott does, she lives with the constant reminder of what she lost and the mistakes of the past that she cant seem to let go of, no matter how hard she tries. But, what Laney does have is a gift. Her past mistakes makes her an expert at relationships, and how to win over your dream guy. So when Laney's friend has her heart broken, she turns to Laney to seek revenge.
The plan is simple, make the school heart throb, bad boy, player fall in love with her and crush him...
Lachlan is back in town for his friends wedding, he never thought he would return, to many memories that haunt him. He sees her and feels her in everything he does, so when he discovers her at the wedding rehearsal, grown up and on the arm of another man he knows he has to have her back.
Can Laney get her revenge on her unsuspecting prey? Or will her heart get demolished as well? Will she be able to let go of the past and move forward? Will Lachlan be the one to finally help her?
So something's worked really well in this book for me, and other things, not so much. I liked the sassy, snarky and quick wittedness of Laney. She was a young, relatable character to me. Lachlan was sexy and determined, willing to move mountains for his lost love. I felt like some of the story was lacking though. We had such a build to have the ending rushed in my opinion, drama that I felt was unnecessary at times and forced. That being said, it was a fast, lite read. Nothing to heavy or angsty and its sprinkled with enough humor and sexiness to keep you happy.
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