Friday, 6 September 2013

Review - Imcomplete by Lindy Zart


There are three absolute truths in Grayson Lee’s life:

1. His existence was a mistake.

2. No one is good enough for his best friend, Lily Jacobs, especially not him.

3. He loves her anyway.

My Review

I received an Arc Copy in exchange for an honest review.

Grayson and lily are best friends have been since Grayson moved into the house next door. They do everything together. Lily knows all there is to know about Grayson even the problems he has with his mum. Then things change Grayson doesn't see Lily as a best friend anymore, but something else and does his best to fight his feelings for her. Lily's feelings have changed for Grayson and she's doing everything she can to let him know.

Grayson is Talented in music and singing and just as they admitted there feelings towards each other. Lily pushes Grayson away to pursue his career. But Grayson wants both. But lily is Adamant its over Grayson needs to go and change his life. So Grayson goes and does exactly what Lily wants he hits the big time. But is this what they both want?

This was a lovely story. One some people can related to. The story of first love. I really liked the characters and storyline. You really feel for Grayson and his young brother Aiden.

I would recommend this and give it a 4/5 stars

About the Author

I've been writing since I was a wee lass. I was reading before that; possibly while still in the womb. Don't think about that too much.

I started out with short horror stories and poetry. I was terrible at it. The poems not so much, but the stories were awful.

I decided to finish a book (and I DO mean finish--I'd started plenty throughout the years) when I was in my mid-twenties (so not that long ago because I'm young and will forever stay that way). Again, not my best work.

But that's the thing about writing; it improves with time. (It's also a good thing to know your work can't possibly be any worse than it was when you first started.)

What I love most about writing is having people tell me how much they enjoy my work; how my writing touches them; makes them feel intensely.

Bringing a reader to laughter or tears is a wonderful feeling for a writer, and no, I'm not sadistic. *insert evil laugh HERE* It means I got them to feel, to respond to something I created.

Also, I just like to make stuff up and put it down on paper. I have an endless supply of stories in my head; lots of stuff to share with the world.


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