Losing Lila picks up when Lila and Alex are on the run from the unit after the infamous Joshua-tree shooting. Alex goes to tremendous lengths to protect Lila, even sometimes from herself. With the unit hot on their tail the lovesick pair end up in run down Mexico City trying to escape the units grasp while getting to know the local drug dealer along the way. Joining forces with Demos, the plan is made to take down the unit and Richard Sterling forever.

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I opened my eyes. Alex had jumped to his feet. Alex pulled his T-shirt off in one swift move. My eyes flitted to the shadowed hollows where his hips disappeared into his shorts, causing a flutter in parts of my body that up until three weeks ago had been flutter-dormant. I reassessed the swimming option. I could definitely do swimming. He shrugged off his shorts, but before I could catch an eyeful of anything, he was off, jogging towards the water.

I paused for a nanosecond, weighing up my embarrassment at stripping naked over my desire to follow him. The water was warm and flat as a bath. I could see Alex in the distance, his skin gleaming in the now inky moonlight. When I got close to him, his hand snaked under the water, wrapped round my waist and pulled me towards him. And then he kissed me and I prayed silently and fervently that he took my shudder to be the effect of the water. Alex had said there were always chinks.

He swam two long strokes away from me. I trod water and stayed where I was, feeling confused, glad that the night was dark enough to hide my expression. I groaned and rolled my eyes. When was he going to understand that I was happy for him to protect every other part of me, just not my honour?


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Beschreibung bei Amazon Sarah Alderson Sarah Alderson, otherwise known as Mila Gray, is an accomplished young adult mystery and fantasy writer who also doubles as a screenwriter. The London-born writer quit her job in the non-profit sector in to concentrate on writing. Her writing journey started with a world tour that saw her living on different continents in a bid to find a place where she, together with her husband and daughter, could call home. After spending months in Australia, the US, Singapore, and India, she finally settled in Bali where she lived for close to five years. She wrote her debut novel Hunting Lila just before she left the UK. She wrote the sequel while enjoying the beach in India and had more book deals lined up by the time she settled in Bali. Her other novel, The Sound, has also pushed her in the limelight and comes with numerous positive reviews.


Losing Lila (Lila Series)

Shelves: out , read-in , ya , paranormal , romance Losing Lila was a book Id immediately added to my wish list once Id devoured Hunting Lila earlier this year. Sarah Alderson had made me go through so much with the first book, and then she left me flabbergasted with two big sucker punches at the end! Alderson sure knows how to toy with your emotions, with teasers for Losing Lila posted on her twitter, a promise of a pov from Alex at the end of Losing Lila and the novella Catching Suki kept me hanging on for more. But I was super lucky to get my hands on an arc thanks to the lovely Sam over at Realm of Fiction. I literally jumped up for joy when my copy arrived, all my current reads could wait as nothing would be getting in the way of me and Alex Losing Lila. Losing Lila kicks off with Alex and Lila on the run from the unit. But Lila and Alex need to come up with some plan as they need to go back.


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Start your review of Hunting Lila Lila, 1 Write a review Shelves: young-adult-fiction , romance , mystery-thriller-suspense , paranormal , given-away What is there to say about Hunting Lila? I did like Hunting Lila, especially the second half, enough to be interested in reading the sequel. I did not love it, though, for several reasons. First off, the What is there to say about Hunting Lila? No, thank you.

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