Book Reviews

A Completed Duet Full of Wishes

Where I Belong; The Debt (Series)
by Molly O’Keefe (Author)

This review is from: June 24, 2017 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

Wishes aren’t feasible when a debt hangs over your head. Wishes are powerful weapons when in your past wishing has only led to heartbreak. Wishes, like drugs, are addictive making you feel like anything is possible, but when reality strikes and the high wears off you are only left wishing for more wishes.

It is best never to begin wishing in the first place.

We pick up Where I Belong right where Tommy and Beth left off in Lost Without You, on the run from Bates’ goons because Tommy didn’t finish paying off his debt when he first kidnapped Beth then didn’t deliver her to rehab where her mother was waiting for her at the door.

All of this may seem logical if you haven’t read the first book, troubled guy on the run because he didn’t drop off a girl to her mother at a rehab facility. Oh no, that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what is happening. I highly recommend that if you haven’t read the first book, you need to do it before jumping into the conclusion. Not only will Where I Belong make a lot more sense, but the entire series is a phenomenal read from start to finish. Gripping the pages, or ereader of your choice, from the very first page until the very end kind of read.

Where I Belong delves into the twisted lives of Tommy and Beth. You learn more about their backstory and what shaped them into the people they are today. And when I say twisted I mean how their lives have intersected at various points along their journey to where they are now. I love to believe that destiny has a way of pulling us towards the people that belong in our lives no matter how much we stray from the path, something is always there to pull us back even if it is a wish upon a star.

Tommy and Beth may break each other with a simple wish. Lies and deceit aren’t erased by wishes. Love doesn’t happen by making a wish. Mistakes can’t be corrected by closing our eyes and wishing everything was better.

Wishes are best never wished at all.

The debt Tommy owes never leaves their minds as new problems surface. As much as the temptation is to live off the grid and never return to civilization, both Tommy and Beth know that reality doesn’t work that way. Wishing for something never works in the long run.

Your heart will break numerous times for these two people wondering how  things could possibly turn out in the long run, but keep in mind that wishing on a falling star may work every once in awhile.

Pick up the entire series and read it today. You will not be disappointed in reading The Debt, Lost Without You, and Where I Belong.

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