Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Can't Lose You by J.R. Brown Non-Spoiler #Review

Can’t Lose You by J.R. Brown 
Publication date: September 29th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult

My Rating:

My name is Elizabeth Grace Payton. I just graduated high school and am looking forward to enjoying my last summer with Jayce before we go off to college together. Jayce isn’t just my boyfriend, he’s my everything.

I’ve heard stories about people saying there can be one moment that changes their entire life. As if this moment flipped their entire life upside down. They said that once that moment happened things never went back to what could’ve been, what should’ve been. I always thought these people were being a little dramatic. I mean, how could one moment change everything? Change your entire life?
Well, apparently I was naïve because that’s exactly what happened to me and I never even saw it coming.

One night changed everything. I ended up in the wrong place, at the wrong time. My dreams, my future, and my life were taken away from me. I can no longer be Elizabeth Grace Payton.

I am now Riley Lynn Anderson.


Disclaimer: I received a review copy (via XpressoBookTours) in exchange of an honest review.

My Honest Opinions/Thoughts: I absolutely L♥VED this book! Everything about it was fantastic! The characters, the plot, the romance. It was so much more than I expected. I totally ship Riley and Jayce, they were such amazing characters! I was GLUED to my seat from start to finish. I laughed, I cried, and everything in between. Such an amazing plot, such a great climax. It is so worth reading.

About the Author
J.R. Brown is a young mother and wife who lives in the Midwest. Several years ago, she took up a love for reading. The more she read, the more she began to come up with her own ideas. It wasn't until recently that she took those ideas and created her own stories. She currently enjoys writing young adult romance novels.

For more information about her and upcoming books visit her webpage at


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