Release Day Review & Giveaway ~ Losing Track by Trisha Wolfe

Title: Losing Track
Author: Trisha Wolfe
Series: Living Heartwood #2
Genre: NA Contemporary Romance
Published: October 15th 2014

Sometimes you have to lose your way before finding the right track.

The roar of a bike engine. The vibration between her thighs. The feel of cool darkness kissing her skin as she coasts along twisty back roads at night—Melody Lachlan lives for these things. Ever since Mel and her best friend Darla escaped their small, backwoods town, they’ve traveled the countryside in search of fast rides, tatted bikers, and good times.

A self-proclaimed poet and lover of all things free, Mel views her life as one long bike ride—with pit stops along the way to numb the pain. But she never saw herself as a junkie. Party as hard as you ride. That’s her motto…until a tragic night steals her soul. Then she’s forced to delve below the surface, to where her demons rage.

When she meets recovered drug addict Boone Randall, she’s more likely to deck him than kiss his dimple-adorable face. She doesn’t want his help; doesn’t want to own up to her part in that night. She just wants to do her time and keep her promise to her friend. Yet Boone challenges Mel, and soon she doesn’t mind sharing the road. Only when Boone’s own secret demons threaten their newfound, fragile security, Mel’s course becomes rocky, and she must decide if letting her well-worn track marks fade is worth finding a new path.

Told from Dual point of view from Melody and Boone, this is a New Adult Contemporary Romance intended for readers seventeen years of age and older.
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I thoroughly enjoyed The Darkest Part, the first book in this emotionally charged series by Trisha Wolfe, and when I saw that Losing Track was going to be Melody’s book, I was super excited to get into her head. She and her friend Dar were a couple of fun gal’s in the first book and I thought this would be an entertaining ride.
When I started reading it, I don’t think I was totally prepared for the emotional turmoil that it would put me through. I had tears in my eyes right from the beginning. Melody is hit with difficult situations, one after another, right from the beginning. Her world is not just shattered, it was blown apart and she finds it hard to cope. She is forced into rehab and it’s while she’s there that she begins to build herself up again, with the unexpected help of Boone.

Boone has his own secrets and I did not see the twist coming at all!! It literally made me cry, knowing the loss and heartache he has to endure. Both of these characters are quite broken and lean on each other to heal. But it is hard to do when you cannot forgive yourself.

I loved how these two slowly opened up to one another. They gradually told each other about their pasts and built a connection only those in their situation can understand. It’s a very difficult time for both of them and their addictions are always in the back of their minds.

When reading Losing Track, I could feel the emotion that Trisha had put into this story. There are many difficult situations that she wrote throughout this book and my heart would break each and every time. There are some sweet moments too and although it takes time, they do find some comfort with one another. The ending, well it had my bawling my eyes out, so be prepared when you pick this beauty up!!

Complimentary copy provided by the Author in exchange for an honest review.

From an early age, Trisha Wolfe dreamed up fantasy worlds and characters and was accused of talking to herself. Today, she lives in South Carolina with her family and writes full time, using her fantasy worlds as an excuse to continue talking to herself. For more information on Trisha Wolfe and her works, please visit:

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I am giving away a copy of The Darkest Part and also Losing Track to one lucky winner!!
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Other reviews featuring Trisha Wolfe

Living Heartwood

Goddess Wars



  1. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesOctober 15, 2014 at 6:46 PM

    I'm glad you liked this, you're so well rounded in genres it's awesome. With that said, this would it be for me because of the intense emotional content. But that's just me, I'm too sensitive. Great review hun :)

  2. You got me at emotionally charged and emotional turmoil, Naomi! I feel like I need Losing Track right now! Awesome review, and thanks for hosting this great giveaway as well :)
    Happy reading.

  3. Totally with you, made me so emotional and loved their chemistry

  4. I was just looking at these books on my kindle last night, thinking I want to hurry up and get to them. Great review!

  5. Crap! I need to read the first book. I have it, just need to actually open it. I will, though. Soon.

  6. Sounds like just the sort of angsty, powerful and emotional read I like, Naomi. And just so you'll see your name on my BB&B this week because I one-clicked it. (I'd already one-clicked The Darkest Part - thanks to you ;)

  7. Oh, I like the sound of this one :) I will definitely add this to my TBR!
    Thanks for sharing :)

  8. This looks good Naomi, and I need to grab book one. Shared :)

  9. Oh I was looking at this on--gah! I can't remember who's blog but seriously wanted it. Love that cover too.

  10. Looks awesome! Thank you for the opportunity.

  11. Yes, this one might just break you. You need to enjoy these dark ones to truly appreciate it. I was a bit emotional after reading it!

  12. Thanks Lexie! It really is a great read. I love Trishas work!

  13. I loved Melody and Boone together, they really were meant to be... and that ending! Wow!!

  14. Thanks Liz! I just love these books, they get you emotionally hooked!

  15. I hope you get a chance to squeeze it in.

  16. Haha!! I love how you blame me constantly!! lol You do the same to me though.

  17. Thanks Loupe! They both have been emotional rides.

  18. It is a really good read, thanks Kimberly! I hope you do get it!

  19. I love the cover as well, the pink and the tatts draw you in!

  20. You're welcome girl! I hope you enjoy them! *wink*

  21. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesOctober 28, 2014 at 9:30 AM

    Omg I'm scared now...

  22. No not scary, just dealing with addictions and the loss of someone important to you.

  23. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesNovember 4, 2014 at 2:57 PM

    Yeah I can't deal with that. I've gone through a lot in life so I only like to read about happy things :)

  24. Fair enough girl! The next one is supposed to be a lot lighter.

  25. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesNovember 24, 2014 at 8:17 AM

    Oh good!

  26. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesMay 14, 2015 at 4:29 AM

    Yeah you know I'm a softy lol.

  27. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesMay 14, 2015 at 4:30 AM

    Wow, intense man.

  28. Itara @ My Midnight FantasiesMay 14, 2015 at 4:31 AM

    Then it would be a great time to read a fun summer read after that!


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