Title: Losing Me, Finding You
Author: C.M. Stunich
First published April 19, 2013
340 pages, ebook
In Seth King’s heart-wrenching novel, The Summer Remains, twenty-six-year-old Emily has always been a planner – until she’s diagnosed with a life-threatening illness that gives her only three months to live. Determined to make the most of her remaining time, Emily decides to take a chance and download a dating app.
After connecting with a charming writer named Jack, Emily realizes that love might just be the one thing that can help her face her uncertain future. With raw emotional depth and an unflinching look at the power of love, The Summer Remains will leave you feeling both devastated and uplifted, reminding you that every moment is precious and every love story is worth telling.
“Losing Me, Finding You” by C.M. Stunich is a contemporary romance novel that, while not revolutionary, is sure to satisfy fans of the genre. Stunich is a successful author of several bestselling romance series, and this book demonstrates her talent for crafting likable characters and steamy, tension-filled relationships.
The story follows Lily, a young woman who has lost her way after a traumatic event leaves her feeling disconnected from herself and the people around her. She decides to take a road trip to clear her head and figure out what she wants from life.
Along the way, she meets a group of musicians, including the brooding and mysterious Logan, who capture her attention and heart. Stunich has a gift for creating vibrant characters that readers can connect with, and Lily and Logan are no exception.
Their attraction is palpable, and their interactions are both passionate and complex. The road trip setting is also well done, creating a sense of adventure and freedom that adds an extra layer of excitement to the story.
However, the book is not without its flaws. The pacing is uneven at times, with some sections dragging on while others feel rushed.
Additionally, while the characters are compelling, the themes of identity and healing are not explored as deeply as they could be. Overall, “Losing Me, Finding You” is a solid entry in the romance genre that will appeal to fans of C.M. Stunich’s other work.
While it may not break new ground, it offers an engrossing story and well-drawn characters that will keep readers engaged. For those looking for an escapist read that is both steamy and emotional, “Losing Me, Finding You” is a good choice.
However, those seeking a deeper exploration of identity and healing may want to look elsewhere. Rating: 3/5 stars.