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Losing Me Finding You by [Ward, Natalie]
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The 29th of February, the day I was born.

When I wake up on this day, I’m in a different city, with a different life and no memory of the lives I had before this one. Today is the tenth time this has happened to me. The tenth time I’ve had to figure out where the hell I am. The tenth time I’ve had to try and work out who the hell I am. This is the tenth alteration of the person I am. Each of us has had different lives, different backgrounds and different families. But there’s always been one constant.


He’s the reason I keep doing this. He’s the reason I spend four years searching. If I’m lucky, I’ll get the trigger and find him quickly and we can spend those four years together before I disappear again. If I’m not, we might get a year, a month or even just a day. Once we got nothing, but that was a choice.

And every time it happens, he patiently waits for me. He says that every time I come back to him, it’s like falling in love with me all over again. I say that every time I come back, I fall even more in love with him than before.

It scares me that one day I won't be able to find him at all, because when that day comes, I'm not sure I'll want to keep going. He is my strength, my protector, my one and only constant.

I love him.
He loves me.
But every four years, I lose myself.
And every four years, I have to find him.
This is our story.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2651 KB
  • Print Length: 348 pages
  • Publisher: Natalie Ward (11 August 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #115,981 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Despite all the negativity - unrealistic, character development etc I thoroughly enjoyed this. Yes sometimes reading is an escape not always for the knowledge it imparts. So if you take this on board this book will take you on a ride over time & the continual disappearance of Eva every leap year. I mean do you bag H G Wells for time travel? Something that became a classic! What about paranormal stories which are all the rage?

I loved Eva & Bens story I hope you do too !
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What a wonderful job Natalie Ward did telling this sweet love story.

This book will remain on my "re-read" list.
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By rachelle cooke TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 18 April 2015
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Totally unrealistic but nice read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An intense, heart-pounding love story!! 14 August 2014
By Aestas Book Blog - Published on
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I LOVED this!!! An intense, heart-pounding love story unlike any other I've ever read!!! Just AMAZING!!!

I read this book in one sitting and could not put it down even for a minute. My heart was racing from start to finish!! It was pounding. My spine tingled. I had shivers running through me the whole time with the anticipation of finding out what would happen next. Every little hint, every new twist, every emotionally charged moment between them just added to my connection to the story.

I swear, I couldn't flip the pages fast enough!

The story starts out when Evie and Ben are young children. Even from back then, I loved how fiercely protective he was of her. They were just kids but you you could already feel his love for her and as the years went on, his love only got stronger. I just knew in my heart that they were meant to be together. For always.

This is not what I would consider a paranormal story. I want to be very clear on that. There is no mystical or supernatural element ever mentioned. What happens to her simply happens. There is no explanation ever given and it's never labelled, but more importantly, there is no reason for an explanation. I've thought about this a lot honestly and here's the thing: If there was an explanation, it would make the story seem unbelievable because it would either be implausible in our real world (and therefore turn it into a paranormal story) or it would seem far fetched... and the thing is that this is a character-driven story. The point of the story is these characters lives and their intense, all-consuming love for each other. This is a story about how two people who are forever bound by love make things work in a seemingly impossible situation. The point is their love for each other, not discovering why this is happening to her. And personally, I think that's a very important thing to remember. This is a love story.

Every word of this story just flows. The writing is fluid and the plot is meticulously crafted so that the story is constantly moving forward with no slow spots at all. The intensity of the emotions just rolls off the page. I felt every word in my heart. The way this author wrote Evie and Ben's connection and chemistry, the strength of their love, the struggle to regain memories, the impact when they all came slamming back, the missed encounters, the epic reunions, everything was so powerful. There were times when I was reading with tears in my eyes even though nothing sad was happening just because I cared so much and so desperately wanted them to be able to find a way to be together despite their impossible situation.

Minutes, seconds, days, years, this is a story of a never-ending love fighting against time. It's honestly one of the best books I've ever read. It consumed me and took over my life. I loved every word.

With most books, if even one scene makes me feel as much as this book made me feel in every scene, I'd consider it a winner. But this book was just a non-stop, heart-racing ride the whole way through.

There is no stupid drama. It might sound silly to say it but it's a very important thing to me. The characters are human and do make mistakes (no cheating and no triangles, don't worry) but their unwavering love for each other is what gets them through.

I loved how real this story felt. With the way that it was written, I just accepted every situation and genuinely was made to believe that these events really happened to this woman.

Some readers have asked me if the story is at all repetitive and the answer is NO. Not at all!! This is not a Groundhog Day scenario at all. I don't want to give anything away but it's always moving forward and changing. The author really did a fantastic job with the story development.

Ben Foster is guaranteed to melt your heart. The depth of his love for Evie was so powerful. He loved her unconditionally. His complete devotion to her and acceptance that no matter what, she was the love of his life was just gorgeous. Pure swoon. He protected her, fought for her, stood by her through everything. You knew he'd give anything for her and that there'd be no obstacle he wouldn't face to be with her.

I love the concept of a love so strong that no matter what, they keep finding each other over and over again. The idea that love is powerful enough to prevail over anything is the reason I love to read romance. I am so grateful to the author for stepping outside the box to give us this unconventional and incredibly beautiful book. It was unique, refreshing, thrilling, and this love story will stay in my heart forever.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars too many unanswered questions 25 August 2014
By misasim - Published on
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First off I loved the idea of this book. A love story that spans time. I enjoyed the whole book however I constantly had unanswered questions: which 4 year old would wake up, not recognise anyone and just go with the flow?

I think the fact that so much of was left unanswered took away from the book for me. Even near the end where a "solution" was reached I thought how selfish is this heroine that she doesn't care about anyone she leaves behind? Wouldn't a missing persons report be lodged? She leaves behind house, flats etc and no one notices?
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Many things that I love about thus book 20 September 2015
By Justirishgirl - Published on
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Atypical storyline. Interesting story that read in one sitting. At no time was I bored. Likable hero and heroine. Satisfactory ending. Needless to say that I liked this book. Actually I love it.

For me no matter how good a story is if I do not like the hero then i cannot love the book. It is just the way I am. Here that was not an issue because I loved Ben. Loving, faithful, protective, passionate and romantic he was the ideal hero. He was also Evie's rock. She could always count on him and he helped keep her sane. Evie was likable too and I had no complaints about her. She accepted what happened to her and tried to make the best of a difficult situation. Ben was her everything and she loved him as deeply as he loved her.

I read around two hundred romance books a year and have for years. I can count on one hand the number of books where the hero and heroine are close friend as children, their relationship develops into romantic love when they are older, give each other the gift of their virginity and both never have sex with anyone else. Here they gave their virginity to each other as teenagers and kept true to each other. I know that it is very uncommon in real life but I do not care. This is romance land and not reality and it was one if many things that I loved about this book.

Everything cannot be perfect in a story for it to keep my interest and most readers probably feel the same way. The hero and heroine must face adversity or have a conflict that is resolved. Here they did which included facing separations that were beyond their control. I am not overly emotional but found myself tearing up on several occasions and feeling frustrated and worried right alone with them. In fact I was concerned that I would not like the ending. I want a HEA ending or at least a HFN one and could see this story ending in a way I would not like. While I would have preferred a different ending, I was ok with it.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a story of fate and destiny 17 August 2014
By Jen Literary Gossip - Published on
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I’ve been in a major book slump. After starting and not finishing three separate books, I was desperate for something to grab my attention and suck me in. Something about this book called to me. The synopsis was rolling around in my brain ever since I posted about this new release on our Facebook page. After giving up on my third book, I decided I just needed to 1-click this one and give it a chance. It immediately did what those other books had not, sucked me and wouldn't let me go.

I probably cried through 50% of this book. Everytime the four year mark was hit, I felt like I was dying a little inside for Ben. All we get is Evie’s point of view but it’s not hard to imagine or feel the devastation that Ben feels every time she vanishes. And when Ben begs her to stay, it just killed me inside. I found myself begging the author to just make the vanishing stop. To give these two a life together. After everything they had been through, they deserved more than four years at a time. And they didn’t always get a whole four years. When that happened, it was horrifying to watch Evie be so lost and not understand why she felt so hollow inside.

The best times are when Ben and Evie are together. His devotion to Evie is unparalleled. Every girls wants a guy like Ben to love her. I was pleasantly surprised by some of the love scenes, they were passionate, raw and emotional, and didn’t fade to black. The author did an excellent job of capturing the desperation that Evie and Ben were feeling.

This isn’t just a friends to lovers story. This is a story of fate and destiny. And how not even a curse of disappearing every four years can stop true love from bringing two souls together, over and over. This is one of those books that sticks to your soul and I’m so glad I picked it up. February 29th will always remind me of this story.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Spoilers! Feels like a rough draft 29 September 2014
By LibrasRock - Published on
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This book sucked me right in. Crazy cool premise. Unfortunately, after the first half it started to lose me. The book was dominated by the time surrounding only the disappearances and so I felt like the characters never developed. They sometimes spent nearly 4 years together and we weren't told about hardly any of it. There were very few examples of how they dealt with complications related to her travels. I don't think it's enough to allude to the difficulties. I think I could have ignored that if, at least they spent every 4 years trying to figure out what worked and what didn't for the travel. Again it was just glossed over. When one leap year Evie stays, why don't she and Ben recreate the day exactly the next leap year in an attempt to stay again? As a reader I felt desperate when the time came but I didn't feel like the characters felt as desperate as I did. Why weren't they crazy with trying to outsmart fate?I understand they felt helpless to control the situation, but I feel like most people would have tried even if it were in vain. I love that their commitment was simple and devoted but, as they became adults, there are just some things that didn't make sense. Also, I love that their commitment was simple and devoted but, as they became adults, there are just some things that didn't make sense. Adult relationships depend on trust and outside of one moment, they were perfectly trustworthy. Then because of what could have been a misunderstanding or even a horrible drunk mistake, she leaves without allowing him to explain and then doesn't contact him when she remembers him for 2 years? No one could be that stupid or unforgiving when dealing with this kind of epic lifetime love. When she was gone we are to believe Ben didn't even make up stories to cover for her. Knowing that she would leave, they didn't concoct a story that would give her an excuse to be gone for an undetermined time?. Every 4 years she woke up to a new job?. How did she figure out where she worked? How did she navigate in a brand new town? Short of universal jobs like waiting tables or running a cash register, how are we to accept that she just knew how to perform these jobs?. Again, i feel like the author missed opportunities to explore how instinctual or resourceful Evie was when she woke to her new life. Overall, I liked this book but I feel like it wasn't finished.