Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing on March 1st 2016
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Holden Scott is the prince of professional football. At least he was before he lost it all . . . or more to the point, before he threw it all away. Now he's out of a job, out of the public's good graces, and perhaps just a little out of his mind. So when a friend offers up his remote lodge in the wilds of Colorado, giving Holden some time away to get his life back on track, he can hardly say no. The last thing he expects is to see a beautiful girl in the woods—one wearing a white, lace dress who appears in the moonlight, and leaves no footprints behind. Is she a dream? A ghost? A product of his muddled imagination? Or something entirely different?
Midnight Lily is the haunting love story of two lost souls reaching for each other in the dark. A tale of healing, acceptance, and the worlds we create to protect our own hearts. It is a story of being lost, of being found, and of being in the place between.
THIS IS A STAND-ALONE SIGN OF LOVE NOVEL, INSPIRED BY VIRGO. Non-Paranormal, New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
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“Midnight Lily” is the story of Holden Scott. He’s a famous football player, whose life got out of bounds and who now tries to get off the pain medication he has been addicted to for quite some time. In the stillness of the lonely cabin his friend brings him to, he meets the mysterious Lily. But who is she?
I’ll keep my review really short this time. It’s best to know as few details about the book as possible.
I actually cried because of the book. But not because it hit me so hard with feelings. No. Sadly, because I couldn’t really feel for a Mia Sheridan book “Archer’s Voice” is in my top 3 favorites ever and “Kyland” enchanted me last year. Both books made me feel so much, but with “Midnight Lily”, there were so many twists and turns and so much mystery surrounding both MC’s, that all this suffocated the romance in my opinion. I asked myself constantly, what the heck was going on – and so everything romance-wise was totally secondary and kinda ruined the book for me.
The writing was amazing, as usual. But everything else fell flat for me, hence the low rating.
All in all, I rate “Midnight Lily” with 3 stars and can recommend it to fans of suspenseful book with a lot of questions surrounding the plot and Mia Sheridan-books.