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Girl In The Mirror (Looking Glass Book 1) Kindle Edition
Margaret Hellman awoke in a hospital with no memory of the horrific accident that claimed the lives of her sister and their best friend.
After years of struggling to regain a fraction of her memories, Maggie is left with no choice but to accept her past is gone. Despite the tormenting void in her heart.
Then the triggers start.
Tiny indiscernible but profoundly emotional glimpses of her past. The day she meets him, at her sister’s graveside sets off the most explosive trigger to date. It’s so overwhelming Maggie’s convinced she’s supposed to remember—she needs to.
As the puzzling pieces of her past start to come together, it’s clear something’s amiss. But nothing can prepare her for the shocking reality of what really happened that fateful day seven years ago.
Girl in the Mirror is a psychological romantic thriller with a twist you’ll NEVER see coming!
Stand alone with an HEA
- ASIN : B06XDZ3CJ1
- Language : English
- File size : 2085 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 356 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 515,439 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Having continual flashes Maggie can’t help but feel that she’s missing something, when she sees the man at her sister’s grave years later and confronts her mother she realises there was a whole piece of her life missing.
Maggie can’t help feels a connection to Nico, but from talking to them know she was with Nolan. With all her confusion and memories coming back, Maggie decides to look further into the storage shed that her mother told her never to go to without her. All that does is leave Maggie with more questions for her mother.
After confronting her mother, the truth and lies all come to the front and Maggie gets her happily ever after with her soul mate.
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Maggie search to find out who she is and her complete conviction that she had to find the missing part of herself is an unforgettable tale. I enjoyed the constant mental questioning and theorizing which kept me guessing what would happen next. I enjoyed trying of figure out exactly who the good guys and bad guys were in the story.
What I loved most though is that through it all one never lost sight of the love which drove Maggie's passionate search for answers to the questions about her past. The balance between angst and heartwarming familial love is perfectly done and makes for a compelling story.