Sunday, May 31, 2015

Saving London by Taylor Dawn

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Source:  I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

Imagine going to your doctor and hearing them say to you, “You have terminal cancer.”  For me it would be devastating.  For someone half my age I can’t imagine what would go through their mind.  London Patterson is the 23 year old protagonist of this story.  Instead of wallowing in her sorrow she creates a bucket list of things she wants to accomplish in the year she has left.  One thing that will help her along the way is her sarcasm and her attitude, and Adam.  Adam is a man she has recently met.  He is willing to help her complete her bucket list if she agrees to complete each item.  She feels so much better when she is around him.  She is also beginning to wonder about him as she is finding feathers and he is always talking about angels.  Could he be one?  If so then who is Caine?  He seems to be the total opposite of Adam.

I can guarantee you that this isn’t a tear jerker like “The Fault in Our Stars”. It is one that will teach you to live each moment to the fullest.  There are a few twists and turns in it that will keep you reading away. This was definitely different than what I expected and I really enjoyed it. You have to ask yourself, if you had only a year to live how would you deal with the news and what would be on your bucket list.  Definitely one I would recommend.

About the Author

Taylor Dawn began writing as an item to check off her bucket list. After putting words on paper, she decided that being an author was where she needed to be. She resides on a farm in southern Illinois with her husband, son and a plethora of animals. Taylor is a huge kid at heart. She loves playing practical jokes, challenging her son to a game of Super Mario and rarely rolls out of bed before noon. She enjoys dancing, is perpetually clumsy and has a horrible green thumb. Taylor believes that if you work hard, you must play even harder.  To learn more, visit her at:

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