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Thursday, 3 July 2014

Project Lexi by Lisa Survillas

Project LexiProject Lexi by Lisa Survillas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lexi and Derek are thrown together for a project in college class, this was a very hard journey for them to be on, perfect strangers to each other as Derek was the new kid on the block.
Both of them with a tragic past. Both of them feeling like they had managed their past pretty well.

Wounds start to open, past emerges. It was a very touching, immense storyline that I found gripped me from beginning to end.

I thank my lucky stars that I got involved in this blog tour as its books like this I would have simply missed out on. My went went out to both of these characters.

Thanks to Lisa Survillas for hours of reading which I thoroughly enjoyed.

And thanks to the tour hosts for allowing me to read and add my review.

Lexi Crandall’s world is turned upside down her junior year of high school. Her confession tears her family apart and leaves them broken. Looking for an escape after graduation, she heads out of town for college. Wracked with guilt and shame, she keeps to herself, befriending only her roommate, Paige. 

Derek Fressen experiences one tragedy after another. After learning to cope with being raised by a single mom, he and his sister, Tiffany, become closer than ever. When Tiffany escapes for college, Derek takes the opportunity to leave his past behind as well. 

San Francisco State University is where Lexi and Derek find themselves junior year, thrown into the most uncomfortable situation possible, a group project that requires each to open up about their past. Their grade depends upon the ability to prove to the professor through a class presentation that they truly learned about one another. 

Painful memories and terrifying tests of courage propel Lexi to learn how to take baby steps in the healing process, and give hope of one day feeling normal. Although he feels he’s pretty well healed from the horrible events of his past, Derek is lonely and longing for a life of more. 

Will Lexi and Derek be able to share enough of their lives with each other to pass the class? How much will Lexi let Derek help her in the process? Are their tragic pasts too much to overcome, or will love be in their future?

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