Claudia’s Review: Lost Without You by Molly O’Keefe

Posted June 19, 2017 by Claudia Alfaro in Blog Tour, Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

Claudia’s Review: Lost Without You by Molly O’KeefeLost Without You by Molly O'Keefe
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Published by Self Published on June 19th, 2017
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Dark, Romance
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Source: L. Woods PR



Seven years ago, I thought I could save Beth, the girl I loved from the monster who was supposed to take care of us. I thought I could keep Beth and all the other kids at St. Jude’s Home for Court Placed Juveniles safe.

I failed. Badly. Now we all have blood on our hands and owe a dangerous man a very dangerous debt. We don’t know when he’ll come calling for payment, but when he does – we pay, or we suffer.

When my turn comes, I’m ready for anything.

Except seeing Beth again.



No one ever tells you that the cost of having your dreams come true is literally every single other part of your life. Yes, I’m a huge pop star these days, but I’m pretty much a mess, too.

I’ve spent my life hiding behind disguises, make-up and costumes, all to protect myself from the kind of pain that comes from revealing your true self to someone.

I did that once. With Tommy. The only person I ever loved. It didn’t turn out so well.

And now, with everything else falling apart around me, I’m suddenly in the backseat of his car.

Being kidnapped.

And the past we’ve both tried to run from is catching up with us.

Contains The Debt: A Prologue and 50,000 more words in the continuation of Tommy and Beth's story.

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.





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Book Review: 5 stars


Why two people who love each other can’t be together forever and have their happily ever after??? Why do they have to struggle SO much with what they feel? Why? Why?

It’s been 7 years since Tommy McNeill made a deal with the devil (aka Bates) and now it’s time to pay his debt. Tommy knew this was coming even when he maintained a low key life. Now, he has to make a delivery but he doesn’t have too much information about it. Just a pick up address and a delivery address.  What he didn’t expect is that what he had to pick up was a “she” and no other than his Beth, that now is the famous Pop Star, Jada.

Beth Renshaw is now Jada, a famous pop star, and who, in order to forget all her past and the nightmares, is immersed in drugs. Jada buried Beth and has created a facade, so no one can hurt her, but her struggle is strong and she found drugs to be an exit. Now she’s been kidnapped by Tommy, her boy, Beth’s boy. But neither Tommy nor her are the same old kids who lived in St. Judes. Tommy is a man and she, well she is Jada.

This book was full of sadness and angst and I loved it! It’s hard to see how these two characters CAN’T be together even though they love each other, their past is too painful, but what they had years ago was the most beautiful thing they had in their lives.

There is too much mystery in this series, I hope Tommy and Beth can find their HEA, but there are too many unanswered questions, why Beth hates her mom, what will happen with Tommy, who is this Bates guy….. I can hardly wait for the last book of the series I really need to get my questions answered.










Claudia Alfaro

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