Monday, November 18, 2013

Review for Moment of Reckoning by Savannah Stewart!!

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*This book contains adult situations and explicit content/language*
Hannah Davis has been secretly in love with her best friend, Jason Malone for years now. Afraid of rejection and ruining their friendship, she settled for just that—friendship. Until one tragic night out, turns her world upside down. Will she survive? Jason Malone has been in love with Hannah Davis since the day they met years ago. But one tragic night out, could cause him to lose the chance at love that he has desperately been waiting for. Will he be able to save her?

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There were times in this book that I found incredibly sad.  One night changes the lives of everyone involved. 

Since eighth grade, Hannah has loved Jason Malone.  She's kept it to herself, fearing their friendship would stop if he knew.  Little does she know that Jason feels the same way, and fears telling her for the same reason.  

Everything changes for them when they decide to take a night out bar hopping.  Jason tells her how he really feels, but the moment is ruined when Abby's boyfriend shows and catches her in a comprising position with one of their friends.  

After a lot of confusion from the night, Jason goes home alone, thinking Hannah left with her best friend Abby.  He's terrified when he realizes she's missing and no one knows that happened to her.  

What he doesn't know if Hannah has been kidnapped by someone from her past.  Someone who her parents were trying to protect her from.  Someone who she thought she could trust.  To her horror, someone who is mentally unstable.

Jason is frantic with worry, struggling with his guilt of leaving her alone that night.  He loves her, and would do anything to find her and protect her.  

As I said, there were moments during Hannah's abduction that I found sad... not because she was abducted, but because of the person who took her.  I felt sorry for him at times... 

All Hannah wants is to escape, but things she learned while imprisoned change her.  They change her direction in life.  She had always believed she was going to college for her father, but because of experiences, she realizes her true dream.  

Once reunited, she and Jason find themselves back to one another.  Desperate to see her, he can't be apart from her.  I really liked Jason's character!  He loved Hannah completely, and it was hard to read his desperation when she goes missing for so long.  Hannah's proved she's smarter then she thinks, and uses everything she knows about her abductor to help herself.  


“There you are!” she squealed while embracing me. “I have been looking for you for hours! Where did you run off to…” she continued as I threw my hand up to stop her mid-sentence.   “Seriously Abby?! You ran off into the royal rumble and left me high and dry on the floor. I have been separated from everyone except the few times I ran into Jason or Landon but yet you have been looking for me…I should be royally pissed at you!” I said with more annoyance than I had meant to.   The look on Abby’s face showed how hurt she felt, I automatically felt like a horrible best friend for bitching at her, but I was only being honest. I had spent most of the night running around…alone…trying to find her, which in return ruined the first moment Jason and I had together. But yet she was off playing sucky face with Xavier and having Alex fight over her when he ran across the two of them doing so.   Jason…Crap…I bet he is looking for me… I glanced around to make sure Landon wasn’t in sight, “Actually, Abby…don’t worry about it. I have to go back outside and find Jason. He is probably looking for me…I kind of ran off before he came back over to me…Ummm…tell Landon I’m not alone so he doesn’t freak out again please…” I rambled on as I headed back towards the exit door.   “Hannah, be careful…and you need to tell me about the Jason situation… I’m missing something here…” Abby called back to me with an anxious look on her face. I pushed the door open to step back into the alleyway and paused for a moment half turning and flashed Abby a grin as I stepped out into the darkness.   The alleyway was much darker than I thought it had been earlier, maybe because I had sobered up slightly or because I was looking for Jason. A small gust of wind blew through the alley that slammed the door shut behind me, causing a shiver to run down my body. Jerking on the knob I tried to pull the door open but it was now locked. I let go of the door knob in defeat as my phone slipped from my hands and crashed to the pavement, I cursed myself for not putting it back into my wristlet. Please don’t let it be broken…Please don’t let it be broken… Squatting down I picked my phone up from the pavement; my case had broken off of it and it wouldn’t power on. “Dammit…” I cursed.   “Looks like you did a number on it to me…” a vaguely familiar voice said.   Standing up, I turned around slowly and sighed, “Not you again…”   

Meet Savannah
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 I am very much a Leo, I currently don't have any children, but my dog Jack might as well be one! I'm a Book-a-holic who loves music, tattoos, photography, singing, acting, writing, & laughing. One of my favorite quotes is "Love is the beauty of the soul." Hopefully one day I will be able to travel to all the places I am dying to see!! Thanks for stopping by! :-) 

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