Saving London by Taylor Dawn (ARC Review by Jaime – #NerdGirlJay)

Saving London

Title: Saving London 

Author: Taylor Dawn

Published Date: Expected June 9th 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy


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The List. That Signified Finality.
The Journey. That Would Span The Globe.
The Sacrifice. That Would Decide The Outcome.
The Choice. That Could Unleash Evil On Earth.
The End Is Only The Beginning…

“You have terminal cancer.”
London Patterson, a seemingly healthy young woman, had her entire life ahead of her. That was until four little words brought everything to a screeching halt. As the shock and grief begin to fade, London decides to map out her last year and embark on an epic journey to complete a bucket list. She wants to do the things she’s been afraid to do in her life, step out of her self-contained box, and see the world. What she didn’t expect was for a mysterious stranger named Adam to breeze into her life like a breath of fresh air.
Adam offers to help London complete her list on one condition…that she sees it through to the end. Agreeing on those terms, the two set out on an adventure of a lifetime. But London soon realizes that Adam isn’t quite…human. Along their journey odd occurrences happen that cause London to question who or what Adam is and why he’s helping her.
Follow London as she checks off her bucket list in this inspiring new Urban Fantasy novel from Taylor Dawn.

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***Jaime- #NerdGirlJay’s  Review***
London Patterson thought she was healthy. She was wrong. Given a terminal sentence by her doctor, she sets out with a new friend, Adam, to complete her bucket list. Leaving everything behind, they set out on an adventure to fulfill all of London’s dreams. Only Adam is hiding something from London and what she finds out changes the complete course of her life.

A fun and heart warming read with lots of wit and snark. London is just your average everyday woman full of spunk and a sarcastic comeback whenever needed. I loved the friendship that develops between her and Adam. They have a brother/sister vibe and that was refreshing.

I also loved how this wasn’t a story about giving up, but of living life to the fullest in what time you have. London truly embraced that and decided to live what life she was told she had left on her terms.


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