Tuesday, October 6, 2015

 Jeremy's goals were to work hard, be successful and make his mother proud. 

Livy's goals were to separate herself from her past and keep people at a distance. 

When Jeremy meets Livy, his priorities shift slightly - getting Livy to trust him becomes number one on his list. 

Jeremy and Livy take a chance on each other and give a relationship a try. But when they come to a crossroads and want different things out of life, they struggle to figure out what to do next. 

A mysterious gift from an anonymous source is the fate of their future. It'll help them remember why they started a relationship in the first place. 

But will remembering the past be enough for Jeremy and Livy to overcome the turmoil of what their lives have become? 


Livy has had a trying life. She was treated like hell from her mother and couldn't wait to turn 18. She planned to run fast and far and never look back. Livy is smart, beautiful and determined to have a great life. Livy ends up working in a bar while finishing school. One day in walks a guy, she was crass and is used to the bar guys hitting on her. She was no dummy and wasn't looking for love.
Boy did it find her.
Jeremy wanted to be a good man. He wanted to please his mother she is the most important person in his life. One day he decides to go have a drink and his life changed from that moment and her name was Livy! 
They fell in love fast and hard. 

They then face some struggles and need to find out how to fix them, they receive a huge gift that makes them recall why they fell in love.

Will this be enough to save them? 

Zeia Jameson novel titled Throwback. This is Zeia debut novel. I am so in love with this story. First, Zeia does a amazing job pulling the reader in and making you love and hate the characters your supposed to love or hate. I keep reading and reading and them bam the shock, the tears, and then smiles. 
Zeia Jameson is an author that you should keep your eyes out for she a keen talent in storytelling as well and connecting the character to the context. 
I read Throwback and pictured this playing out on the big screen it was so great. I totally recommend this novel to readers. 

" True love stories never have endings." - Richard Bach

Zeia Jameson

I'm a small town girl from GA. I enjoy getting into the zone and typing until my hands go numb. I like curling up under a blanket with coffee and reading when life allows me the time - especially when it's rainy outside. I love my family with all of my heart. I am fond of humor and laughter because I think it keeps us sane and grounded. I pride myself in being open minded: say what you want to say, be who you want to be. Just don't be mean, rude or a bully - because then you'll see my Hulk side. 

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