Thursday, July 27, 2017

Flutter blog tour!!


Dylan Walker has spent six years trying to move on from the loss of his girlfriend, Presley Cooper. Motivated by grief and the desire to do for others what he couldn’t do for her, he burns the candle at both ends to make it through medical school. After graduation he moves west, putting as much distance as possible between his past and his present.
Or so he thought.
Unknowingly, Dylan has been set on a path that will destroy everything he thought he knew. All the pain, all the grief, was all for nothing. With the help of an unexpected ally, Dylan must find the answers and save the girl he loves before it’s too late.
A second chance at love.
But first, he must find a way to make her remember her past. Remember him. Remember everything.

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1.“You know, Dylan, there are many hospitals you could work at in New York. If I didn’t believe your moving to California with all those hippies was the best thing for you, I might beg you to stay.”

An unexpected laugh bubbled from his chest as he shook his head. His grandmother put up a good front about being accepting of different cultures and lifestyles, but try as she might, she was blue-blooded through and through. Growing up in one of the wealthiest families in New York had a way of doing that to a person. He had been like that once, before he lost her. The familiar hollowness that always came with her memory began to swell. He couldn’t deal with that right now.

“You’re the one who suggested I interview at Grace Hospital in the first place. If it weren’t for you, I never would have considered moving to California. Also,” Dylan exhaled. “I need a change, Grandmother. There are too many memories here. Too many ghosts.” When he noticed her frown, he looked away and pushed his messy dark blond hair out of his eyes. He needed a haircut. It was one of many things he'd neglected recently.

“I know you loved her, Dylan. I loved her too, but it's been six years. It's time to accept what happened and move forward.”

“Two,” he corrected, trying not to flinch. Her words felt like a physical blow. “Until two years ago, I still had hope that one day…” Dylan pulled in a deep breath and pushed his memories into the darkest corner of his mind. “That’s why I’m moving to California. Going to college at Penn State, staying close to home, those were things we were supposed to do together. I’ve lived the life we planned without her. I thought it would get better, but it hasn’t. I need to go where everything I see doesn’t remind me of her.”

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My 4 star review of Flutter!

I loved this story from Olivia Evans- a new author to me. I was up till the wee hours reading this one, and it has stayed with me long after the story was over. I was sucked in and I never wanted it to end. It will be one of those books I will carry with me for a long while. Dylan and Presley’s story was captivating from the first word, until the last.
Dylan and Presley have such a formidable bond, that its hard to see how anything bad could happen, until it does. So many secrets- so many lies, and I just couldn’t get enough of it. Even though Dylan and Presley started off as friends, it becomes quite clear there is more of a relationship there. I don’t want to give away a lot, but this book is mostly about discovering the truth- in that, it will set them free. This book is a different story- in a book world full of carbon copies. I had all the darn emotions running rampant- happiness, sadness, fear, disgust, and anger- but above all was love, it was within the pages. I can’t wait for more from this stunning author- if her stories are anything like this, she will be turning up masterpieces all over the place!!

Author Bio:
Olivia Evans is a dreamer by day, writer by night. She's obsessed with music and loves discovering new bands. Traveling the world and watching the sun set in every time zone sounds like heaven to her. A true Gemini, she follows her heart blindly and lives life to the fullest with her husband, son, and friends. Her other loves are: Chuck Taylors, Doc Martens, concert tees, gangster movies, sports, wine, craft beer and her shih tzu's.

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