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Anika takes the long way home up soul mountain [Epub] ❤ Anika takes the long way home up soul mountain Author Eliza Andrews – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk You can t outrun your past If you try, it will chase after you in a silver DeLorean The last thing Anika Singh wants is to go home to Ohio, but when her mother is diagnosed with cancer, what choice do You can t outrun the long PDF Î your past If you try, it will chase after you in a silver DeLorean The last thing Anika Singh wants is to go home to Ohio, but when her mother is diagnosed with cancer, what choice does she really have She ll go home if she has to, but she won t stay long Because all Marcine, Ohio, has for Anika is bad memories memories of being an outcast, even within her own family, and memories of a perfect love Anika takes PDF/EPUB or that was soured by betrayal Jenny s betrayal Anika s high school sweetheart turned ex wife Anika hopes she won t run into Jenny Or maybe she hopes she will run into her It s hard to say Then there s Amy, a dark haired beauty Anika meets on the flight to Cleveland, who happens to be in Marcine for a friend s wedding Nothing serious can happen with Amy she s only going to be in town for a week Which means that falling takes the long ePUB ☆ for her would be stupid, especially given the fact that Jenny might be available again But Anika is famous for doing stupid things A story flavored with curry and cornbread, family drama, and a whole lot of f bombs, Anika takes the long way home up soul mountain will have you laughing, crying, and grimacing as Anika gets chased around by a silver DeLorean and attempts to answer the age old question Can you ever really go home again Click buy now to start reading today Part of the Rosemont Duology This is the second book in the Rosemont Duology, following up from To Have Loved Lost However, Anika takes the long way home can also be read as a stand alone novel This lesbian romance is rated R for A lot of really bad language Sexual content Adult situations.


10 thoughts on “Anika takes the long way home up soul mountain

  1. Diane Wallace Diane Wallace says:

    3.5 stars really nice 2nd serieswill write adetailed review later..but i would recommend this to everyone


  2. lov2laf lov2laf says:

    This book I get the feeling this will end up on a good amount of DNF shelves because it has its fair share of off putting content I ll be up front about what that is.For me, it has two things that I normally hate infidelity and flashbacks Infidelity is a theme that hits repeatedly in the book with Anika making a handful of her own crappy decisions that cast her in an unflattering light Each time infidelity came on the scene my stomach dropped and it triggered my anxiety which made this a pr This book I get the feeling this will end up on a good amount of DNF shelves because it has its fair share of off putting content I ll be up front about what that is.For me, it has two things that I normally hate infidelity and flashbacks Infidelity is a theme that hits repeatedly in the book with Anika making a handful of her own crappy decisions that cast her in an unflattering light Each time infidelity came on the scene my stomach dropped and it triggered my anxiety which made this a pretty gut wrenching read for much of the book.For flashbacks, I have to say it s done in a clever way This is a story about returning to your home town and constantly getting hit with the past so it at least makes sense that the story has them There s definitely a gimmick to how the author has it done here Some may not like it but I was actually okay with it which says something The flashbacks aren t terribly long and fit the scenes Just know there s a lot of them.The author warns the readers in her blurb of the book that it has a lot of bad language and, boy, does it Anika cusses like a sailor from page one and, doing a count, the F bomb is dropped 427 times.The story is also told from a second person point of view where Anika is talking to us directly The style seemed appropriate to the book so I liked it.Now that all of that s out of the waywow Whether the read felt good or not this book did blow me away.As a story, it s mainly about confronting the past and feeling sucked back in time vs letting go and moving forward in your life There is a burgeoning romance in the story, too, but at times it s precarious so it s not all happy go lucky feel good The story has some humor that comes through in the dialogue and Anika s internal thoughts but this read isof a drama than anything.As for the lead, Anika is a 6 3.5 tall half black, half Nepalese character and she is deeply rooted and developed The author definitely knew who she was And the rest of the cast There are a ton of characters but every single one of them is just as fully developed Anika and no other person in the story is all good or all badwell, except for maybe one.Family dynamics are just so well represented and I found the dialogue to be amazing because it felt alive and I was completely sucked into the story Every scene was tight and I found there was no fat to trim.As I was reading, terms that came to mind thinking about the book were gripping , vivacious , rich , real , honest , intense , multi layered , well thought out This book really had me on pins and needles trying to figure out what choices Anika would make in present day The author definitely kept me guessing and I didn t find it predictable at all.The only gripe I truly have with the book is that technologies are mentioned that were used when Anika was in high school or college that I don t think actually existed at the time Or, if they did, were not the norm Anika is 38 in the story, by the way So, I had to just let it go.Overall, I actually loved this book, despite it being an ugly read sometimes I ve debated about what to rate it, whether it should go to the 4 or 5 star category and, like a basketball that goes round and round the rim before falling in or out of the net, I have to say it falls inso 4.6 with a round up to 5 stars it is.This is the 2nd book in the Rosemont Duology series but I d considered this a standalone read I haven t read the first book and I didn t feel I was missing out on anything pertinent to the story.I recommend only if you think you can get through the items listed above If so, then yes, definitely


  3. Pam Holzner Pam Holzner says:

    3.7 rounded up In the end this was pretty good even if it did try my patience Perhaps I became a character in the drama and that was why Anika was alternately endearing and frustrating There s no doubt that Eliza Andrews can write a story Angela Rysk s narration was spot on and I enjoyed hearing a new and different voice.


  4. CLo CLo says:

    Very different from the first book3.5 I have mixed feelings about this bookmainly in the writing style taken, or maybe approach would be a better word This is written from the point of view of Anika, whl you may remember as the friend of Alex and the one that drove Graham out to her house or better yet she was the one dating Jenny Anyway, this takes place maybe a few years or so after the end of the first book And the plot is really straight forward and exactly what can be read in the s Very different from the first book3.5 I have mixed feelings about this bookmainly in the writing style taken, or maybe approach would be a better word This is written from the point of view of Anika, whl you may remember as the friend of Alex and the one that drove Graham out to her house or better yet she was the one dating Jenny Anyway, this takes place maybe a few years or so after the end of the first book And the plot is really straight forward and exactly what can be read in the synopsis.The book gave me issues because it constantly goes past to future in a way that it feels the author is trying to be funny and give insight maybe into Anika s mind but really gets annoying The constant refrence to Back to the Future felt a bit weird to me And like I said, it was different than the first booklike completely If you didn t read the first it doesn t matter I liked the plot of it And I finished it because I really wanted to know amd cared about how it ended Definitely didn t like it better than then first one but not a waste of time Plus a kU read


  5. Carly Carly says:

    I enjoyed the way this was written, I love discovering writing styles that are different from the norm and this was one of them I enjoyed The Marty McFly stuff I coud have done without but it didn t by any means ruin the story This is a nice warm read in terms of the story, our main character deals with alot I feel The reason for the 3 stars is, I didn t really feel the chemistry between Anika and Amy I was rooting for them and hoping she would choose Amy, but the chemistry wasn t really the I enjoyed the way this was written, I love discovering writing styles that are different from the norm and this was one of them I enjoyed The Marty McFly stuff I coud have done without but it didn t by any means ruin the story This is a nice warm read in terms of the story, our main character deals with alot I feel The reason for the 3 stars is, I didn t really feel the chemistry between Anika and Amy I was rooting for them and hoping she would choose Amy, but the chemistry wasn t really there for me It felt like Anika was just going with the flow and not really invested in Amy


  6. Kexx Kexx says:

    Pressed nearly every shelf button, and 3 s is a little harsh, enjoyed the style of writing, but really bonded with the 3rd MC so found the rest of the story upsetting


  7. Candace Candace says:

    Andrews rounds out her Duology with a story centered around a less central character from her first lesbian romance, _To Have Loved and Lost_ It s well written, featuring nothan six or seven typos wordos, and tells an absorbing story that is less sad in most ways than that of her first novel This one is written in a first person voice that embraces both f bombs and a wild and wacky sense of humor Great fun And possibly the best part is, for those of you who read my review of the fir Andrews rounds out her Duology with a story centered around a less central character from her first lesbian romance, _To Have Loved and Lost_ It s well written, featuring nothan six or seven typos wordos, and tells an absorbing story that is less sad in most ways than that of her first novel This one is written in a first person voice that embraces both f bombs and a wild and wacky sense of humor Great fun And possibly the best part is, for those of you who read my review of the first novel, there s not a nub to be found in the entire manuscript Now, I suppose I have to go buy her penned as R.A Marshall Guardians of the Portal, young adult fantasy trilogy, while I wait for her latest lesfic novel, _Reverie_, to drop in a week or so It s always nice to stumble across a good writer


  8. Dreaming Dreaming says:

    It s a surprisingly good story, unexpected, different, unpredictable, but very well written and very good narrated I liked it just as much as To Have Loved Lost and I m sure I will buy read any new books written by Eliza Andrews And if they are narrated by Angela Rysk, all the better It s a surprisingly good story, unexpected, different, unpredictable, but very well written and very good narrated I liked it just as much as To Have Loved Lost and I m sure I will buy read any new books written by Eliza Andrews And if they are narrated by Angela Rysk, all the better


  9. Cassandra Lemard Cassandra Lemard says:

    Not so patiently awaiting Rosemont Duology Book 3 I fell in love with To Have Loved Lost right from the start, and continued that love throughout this installment Also loved the fact that we got a sneek peak, into Alex s and Graham s lives too Remember Anika Anika takes us on trips down memory lane, revealing parts of present that s made her who she is in the present moment As we travel through Anika s story, her past, present and future collide in ways in which she couldn t imagine Anik Not so patiently awaiting Rosemont Duology Book 3 I fell in love with To Have Loved Lost right from the start, and continued that love throughout this installment Also loved the fact that we got a sneek peak, into Alex s and Graham s lives too Remember Anika Anika takes us on trips down memory lane, revealing parts of present that s made her who she is in the present moment As we travel through Anika s story, her past, present and future collide in ways in which she couldn t imagine Anika as a character kept me well entertained, her thoughts are priceless Anika is the type of character who you want to shake at times, mother, and most importantly root for right from the go.Happy Reading


  10. AC AC says:

    I loved Anika s character from the first book of the Rosemont Duology, and I am glad that Eliza Andrews decided to give her a story of her own This is a wonderful story of learning to understand that our lives, just as every day, is something that changes and we change with it Sometimes it may take us some time to discover who we are, or what we want, but when that time comes if we are open well, love settles in our heart and makes a home there Anika s journey hopefully has a very happy endi I loved Anika s character from the first book of the Rosemont Duology, and I am glad that Eliza Andrews decided to give her a story of her own This is a wonderful story of learning to understand that our lives, just as every day, is something that changes and we change with it Sometimes it may take us some time to discover who we are, or what we want, but when that time comes if we are open well, love settles in our heart and makes a home there Anika s journey hopefully has a very happy endingI would love to readabout her life after she decides Soul Mountain will be in her heart, along with Amy This is a very good read, with well developed characters and a story line that will keep your attention It left me wanting , as in May I have some , please


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