Published by Self-Published Genres: Contemporary Romance
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The world owes you nothing. It took losing the woman I loved and facing the paralyzing task of moving on without her for me to truly understand that. Consumed by regret and razor-sharp memories, I’d resigned myself to a life of loneliness until a survivor from the same plane crash that took my fiancée stormed into my life. Remi Grey was chaos and sunshine, fire and freedom. With her in my arms, I began to believe that fate had other plans for me. But as secrets of the past exploded around us, it seemed the only thing fated about our relationship was that I had been destined to lose her from the start. The world owes you nothing. But for Remi, I would risk it all. No matter the cost.
Aly Martinez has always been one of must-read authors. No matter what book she writes, I am guaranteed to one click. She always manages to create one-of-a-kind storylines that will stick with you for a long time. The Difference Trilogy isn’t any different.
What was great about the story was how unique the relationship between Bowen and Remi is. The connection that they have is passionate, all-consuming, soul-deep. I thought the first book ( The Difference Between Somebody and Someone ) describing in every detail what they had was terrific.
However, the Difference Between Somehow and Someway ( Book 2 ) is where I encountered a few issues. It felt repetitive to me. I can not even tell you how many times I had to put the book down because I felt like it was going around in circles. It was about 60% when things got interesting for me.
The third book, The Difference Between Someday and Forever, was better than the second. I thought it was great that Remi decided to find herself before jumping into a relationship, even if it was destined. I definitely enjoyed witnessing the romantic, fun-loving, happy side of the couple.
As you can see, I feel torn about this series. So many things I loved about the series, but others – not so much. Maybe, I would have enjoyed it more if I didn’t read them back to back. Give the series a try. I would love to hear your thoughts.