by D.W. Carver
Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Pub Date: June 2013
Genre: Young Adult
Book Links: Goodreads
Two years after the car crash that killed her family, mental health counsellor Jill Garvin’s memories of the events surrounding the tragedy are beginning to resurface. And with them, a painful and ugly secret that will shatter the way Jill views her late husband. The threat of reality may be more than Jill’s fragile mind can handle. But handle it she must, because a much darker force is at work: a man who would do anything to keep her past a secret, including destroy the new family Jill has found for herself.
My Review: So I got this book and didn't know exactly what I was in for. Well I'll have to say I was very happy with this book.
So Jill is a mental health counselor, who is living day by day like any other person. Now it's two year since that horrible car crash. She has been okay until the memories popped right back up. These aren't just any memories now, its the memories that you never want to remember. Remembering those memories can change you, especially if your in a fragile state already. Then who know what it can do to you. Though if your strong enough, maybe it will work out. Do you think Jill is strong? Well if you read the book, you won't know right away. Sometimes she seems strong and in other she is just to fragile. Though she is one really great girl to read about.
For this book you will enjoy the detail. The detail of the memory Jill has is just right, that you can imagine it yourself. When you can picture something, then you know the book is worth it. You'll learn from this book, you'll get to feel the emotions jump off the page at you. The book will just have you dragged in until you finish it. Leaving you wondering what is next from this Author.