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Sometimes Moments by [Webster, Len]
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One blink,
One breath of air,
One moment in time ...
Could change your life forever.

Growing up, Peyton Spencer fell in love with the boy across the road, Callum Reid. As the years went by, it only made sense that they would wind up being completely and utterly infatuated with each other. That was, until the morning Peyton wakes up to find Callum packing up and leaving the small town they lived in. Left heartbroken and with no explanation, Peyton spends the next four years of her life without him, ensuring they never cross paths again.

At seventeen and months after Callum leaves her, Peyton buries her parents—feeling more alone than ever before. Now at twenty-one, she’s inherited the family hotel, The Spencer-Dayle. Just when she thinks life couldn’t get more complicated, the one person that shattered her heart, soul and belief returns. For Peyton, his return opens up all her old wounds and resurfaces the memories she’s tried to forget.

He’s not the same boy she once fell in love with. He’s guarded and keeps secrets close to him. Peyton knows her life will begin to unravel.Untold truths will finally come to light. Whether or not Peyton wants to hear it, the truth will undoubtedly break her heart all over again.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1093 KB
  • Print Length: 306 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OMWKWH8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #123,111 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By bluebird TOP 50 REVIEWER on 6 February 2015
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This is drawn out, torments you, totally angsty & a tissue worthy tale, so be prepared for a long ride with this one. You don't find out Callum's secret until nearly the end so if you can't wait that long don't read it. I was getting really frustrated but had to find out. I had various theories, one of them was realised but the stupidest one was that he killed her parents but that couldn't have happened as he left before they died. So you can see I was truly getting very cranky. There was also the friends that stood by her while he wasn't there & when he returned. I really liked Graham everyone should have a friend like him. As for Jay you get to see his true colours. Not very pretty more like petty.
It's will I or won't I on both sides & it does go on & on. Sometimes I put up with it, others I dont. Getting inside people's heads does give you a headache. So this is a warning it's one of those really truly get your face ANGSTY stories.
I loved the location, being an Aussie it's one of those ideal places for a story like this.
Ah in summary I shed quite a few tears at the end but the epilogue gave you hope. Don't say I didn't warn you of what you're in for.
However it was an amazing love story
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I loved that this was an Australian story and set in a beautiful part of our country but I had one problem, its not a big one but it did annoy me; the names Peyton and to a lesser extent Callum are such American ones I found it hard to believe a small country town in Victoria would have names like that, and once the term sidewalk was used. I understand wanting to make it accessible to all countries and America is a big market and I can't fault the author in wanting this, but still it was one blight on an otherwise brilliant book. I loved the strength of Peyton and all she achieved, but also that she was are of her faults and fears, and when Callum comes back into her life she does not just fall back in love with him in fact she fights it for a long time. The supporting characters are amazing Peyton’s friends sacrificed a lot to give her some happiness and really showed what real friends should all be like. On Callum’s return the reader knows something is going on with him and I found it a bit stressful hanging over the story like a cloud. Despite this the book is a story of strong characters working through difficult times and wanting to do the best for their small community. It is refreshing to have an Australian love story set in a country town and the reader is given a real sense of both the positive and negative aspects that living in a small town can bring. . While I had tears at the end there is a lovely ending
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Len Webster is an author who I used to follow on Wattpad. I've read two other stories from her, and I loved them.

That being said, I blame her for all the tears I shed while reading the ending of this book. I don't know what's up with me lately. Books almost NEVER make me cry, and it's such a waste not to use all the tissues I always have at the ready when people tell me a book will make me cry.

I didn't have any tissues ready for this book. I underestimated the book, or I overestimated my own sense of feels. Whatever the reason, this book made me cry.

This book didn't truly take off for me until after I was 1/3 into it. I mean, this book would have taken me two days max to read, and it took me four because I took 2-3 days off from reading it. The first part I couldn't get into and I wanted to.

Even with the ability this book had to make me cry, it could have been better. I felt that the crisis could have been explained way earlier, if Callum had gotten his business straight and just plain explained things to Peyton from the beginning, instead of being mysterious, running off, and leaving things unfinished. But then we wouldn't really have a story. Talk about time wasted.

I had a love/hate relationship with Peyton. I mean, I was rooting for her and Callum to work things out, but at the same time I felt like slapping her (solely for the purpose of making her see reason). Her personality bothered me. Is there such a thing as being way too humble? Way too complacent? Because that is what Peyton is. I hated that she was almost always in control of how situations went down. I wanted pure, raw emotion at some points in the story that called for it, and was sorely disappointed when I didn't get it.
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I was given the opportunity to read an ARC of Sometimes Moments by Len Webster for the purposes of writing an honest review. I'd had a little warning beforehand that this romance story spilled of emotion. The warning was right.
Four years ago, Peyton Spencer's heart was broken by Callum Reid when he left town without an explanation, and she never fully recovered, though has tried with the support of those also living in Daylesford, Victoria. Now Callum has returned. She does not want to risk herself once more, but she cannot avoid him forever. The boy she never got over is determined not to leave her alone until he earns forgiveness for breaking her heart. But can she ever truly forgive without a proper explanation? An explanation he is not wholly willing to give?
During a short space of time, Peyton and Callum gather a series of 'sometimes moments', aware that their time together will last only until Callum leaves Daylesford once more. The pair, drawn together in their childhood and youth still share a connection which has survived the heartache they have both experienced, and being able to witness that really just allows us to see the strength of their feelings for each other.
Len Webster has a lovely, flowing style of writing which is a pleasure to read. It is always nice to see when supporting characters are also given a bit of background, which a couple of them are here, though this story is certainly centred around Peyton and Callum.
For Len's first standalone story, I think she's done a lovely job, and the story is one of those that keeps you thinking about Peyton and Callum and the strength of their bond long after you've put it down. Recommended for anyone who enjoys an emotional love story and doesn't mind putting up with a lump at the back of the throat there! Congratulations Len. It's a truly beautiful story.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 Forever Stars!! ✯✯✯✯✯ 13 January 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
“Sometimes moments defined our forever moments.”

There is so much to be said about a book that makes you connect deeply with its characters and fall in love despite everything that happens. But let’s take a step back and really look at this. I don’t just love Peyton and Callum and Sometimes Moments solely because I was able to read about them. I love them because of one amazingly, talented young woman. Len Webster. Without her I wouldn’t even be writing this about such beautiful characters.

Sometimes Moments is a single point-of-view story that we see through Peyton’s eyes. Sometimes Moments is not your conventional love story. Yes, there’s love and heartbreak and mending...but it doesn’t happen in a way you might think or expect. I don’t say this to deter you away from it, on the contrary, actually. I say this because, regardless of how it happens, this book is about moments of real heartbreak and unconditional love while in the end providing much needed closure.

Right from the start I loved Peyton. We come in at a time where she’s lost her first love, Callum, over four years ago after he moved away and as she’s healing from personal tragedy. Most times unsure of herself but willing and determined to persevere regardless. Now that she’s inherited her parents hotel she has even more reason to keep going and keep her walls up. Even after the first chapter I knew I needed more and that I wouldn’t be able to stop reading! As Peyton prepares to start taking over the hotel she gets ready for the first wedding she’ll oversee as the owner. Only to have Callum crash land back into her life making her even more confused and heartbroken.

“The ones we love will always hurt us the most, Peyton.”

I’ll be honest with you, when I first read Sometimes Moments..I was pretty pissed at Callum. He’s such an enigma and with not being able to know his thoughts and reasons for his actions it made it even more difficult to like him in the beginning. But I stuck it out and I’m so glad I did! I came to terms with the end long before I ever finished. I had a hunch on how it would end and it had me in sobbing as the end slowly approached.

“It was perfect. Everything was perfect. The stars, the sound of the lake, and even the fog made this memory worth keeping.”

There’s a lot of heartbreak in this story and I highly recommend having a few boxes of tissues handy for when the urge to cry hits you. And it will hit you! Hard. But no matter how heartbreaking, the beauty of it greatly outweighs the emotional pain endured while reading. Len did a fantastic job creating a story that is deep, profound and something to be remember over the years.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Reflect. Absorb. And smile. 15 January 2015
By alex r. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I've been racking my brain all day on how to write this review. I haven't really read a book like Sometimes Moments, and I can't tell if that's a damn shame or that my heart is thankful it doesn't have to run this sinfully sweet marathon all the time ... regardless, it's a must read.

I love where this book takes place (small town on a lake). I loved the cherry blossom tree and what it represented in every aspect. I enjoyed the flashbacks that filled in the blanks of first love. I loved the cast of side characters... except Jay, he's a dick.

Peyton Spencer, our female lead, is kind of everything you want out of a female character. She's sweet, sassy at times, but resilient and loyal. She's hit with everything you wish you could protect her from. She's gone through tragedy that we'd never wish upon anyone, but she prevails -though she stumbles, but not without good reason ... but she pulls through anyways, be it in an achingly sweet way. You feel for Peyton from the start. Everyone can relate to a broken heart, and it's this factor that pulls you in because you know there's so much more to know, and so much to come. You feel it. As you turn these pages, the heartbeat of this book only picks up pace ... and you know something is coming, and you aren't sure what. Hell, you can't tell if it's good or bad, but you know you want to feel it all anyways. Like the town, you just want to be there for Peyton. You're rooting for her. It's impossible not to.

Callum Reid, our male lead. Le sigh. I want my own Callum, I decided. I knew from the beginning my heart would ache for him too, but this ache came with an unsuspecting fear I couldn't describe once he appeared. How a romance had me on the edge of my seat, I can't figure out. I wanted to hate Callum, only because, like the town, I wanted to protect Peyton, but he broke down my walls just as quick as he broke down Peyton's. He's sweet, sincere, remorseful, and endearing.

I don't know what else to say about this book without giving too much away. This book is one I kinda want to cherish. I felt like I took the same deep, sobering breath of life that Peyton seemed to finally get in the end once I hit the last page. I was satisfied, yet happy and sad. But the conflict is this perfect combination of bitter sweet, salty and savory. It's a book hangover I didn't know what to do with, because in a way, I got everything I wanted, there's just that one bit I wish I could have saved these characters from (don't worry I won't give it away). This book is an example that life isn't perfect. S*** happens, the good and the bad, and we roll with it. Sometimes Moments is exactly what its title implies (though you might not understand it until you read it), but the author has given me a series of "sometimes moments" within the books pages, and just like Callum and Peyton, I guess I appreciate them for what they are and what they gave me. Which is a lot <3

This book is an easy five stars, though I need to give my heart some breathing room, and plus, I'm not ready to move on to another. I just kinda want to savor it. It's a book of feels, but it's also a book about an undeniable connection between two people. It doesn't lack in the heart (duh), but it also doesn't lack in the hotness and wit either. Do yourself a favor, and read it for yourself. You won't regret. You might want to do what I'm doing now once you finish it. Reflect. Absorb. And smile.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes Moments...shatter you. 14 January 2015
By Book Lit Love - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Honest.
Emotional.
Heartbreaking.
Sometimes Moments.

When it comes to writing a review many of us envision it as a way to connect with an author. Truth and bound the words that we write expressing our feelings connect the narrative to the author, the author to the reader and ignite a trust between breathing a language only sort out in fairytales and a response from hard-work that is a gift to read. Sometimes Moments by Len Webster was the modern day distance may divide us, but our hearts will always be linked; through time and space we meet a love that if made of Sometimes Moments.

After being left with a shattered heart from her one true love as a teenager Callum Reid, Peyton Spencer has lost more than anyone could ever imagine; becoming the sole owner of the family run hotel, life just was about getting through the day and as the narrative forged on moments of clarity and anguish left me in a sobbing mess (YES, IT’S A TEAR-JERKER). The narrative stems of a greater meaning of life with a beauty seen in define exquisite nature of sometimes moments, loving some whole-heartedly and living with the ramifications of moving forward when Callum comes back to town.

A promise of forever is never on the cards, but as a joker would pop up in a deck, so does the place that Callum still has embedded in Peyton’s heart. Through tribulation and happiness, the heart of this book is pure and honest. I can honestly say, I cried for what felt like hours and hours after reading Sometimes Moments because it has an IMPACT. The Impact may differ from perspectives but personally it was like trying to breathe knowing that these characters had cemented a cherry blossom on my heart forever. Not Nicholas Sparks, Not The Fault in Our Stars, none compare to my emotions after reading Len Webster’s masterpiece. It overtook my thoughts, Peyton and Callum are vero amore which is true love in Italian; because although it was a Sometimes Moments, it will be a moment in time and a story in time I hold onto forever. The belief I have in this story is that it was written not to carry just miles but to make an impact which it utterly dismantled and breathtakingly did.

Peyton and Callum’s sometimes moments are ones of pure raw love.
The heart, the pain, the moments, are ones I will never forget. Beyond a shadow of doubt, this novel stands more raw than a rating of 5, with more heart than my review can probably display, it’s a voice of moments; whether they be forever or sometimes.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best book ever!! 14 January 2015
By Tisha Glad - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is the saddest and best book I have ever read. I recommend this book to everyone!! I love it!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LEN WEBSTER IS LIFE 13 January 2015
By Konstantina Vanikiotis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Best author ever

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