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Distraction (Club Destiny, #8)

by Nicole Edwards

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Distraction, Club Destiny’s final chapter, is a bit of a different journey than the rest of the series, but that is not a bad thing. Nicole Edwards’s note to her readers in the beginning of the book sets the tone of what to expect, and for me, I paid deeper attention so I could try and understand the issues as told by someone who has experienced depression first hand.

Dylan and Sarah have known each other since high school, but they each ended up with different people to share their lives with, or so they thought, but forever was not to be.

It took me a little bit to get into the story. It starts with laying out how Dylan and Sarah are affected by depression, at least you are given the beginnings of how it affects them, and then moves forward three years to what happens next. I love this series and for the most part, the books are more upbeat, but don’t let that make you hesitate to add this emotional and complex book to your reading list. There are the characters from previous books we have come to love, hot sex and club experiences, but there is more in this one. Not every relationship is perfect, nor starts out in a storybook way. You get a more real, gritty experience with two people who are aware of their problems, differences, desires, and hope, to overcome their problems one day at a time.

I loved how Sarah realized that to move forward with her life, she had to change herself and that she had the courage to do just that. I appreciated how both Sarah and Dylan kept trying to work things out because they wanted something they didn’t have, even if they weren’t sure how to get it. I found it moving to see how their support system did what ever they could to help them overcome their challenges.

Add to all that, a hot experience with Nate and Jake at the club, a hint of what is coming with Trent in a new series, and you have a book you should not miss.

Nicole Edwards books are on my “must buy” list and this one is no exception. ( )
  Traann | Jan 21, 2017 |
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