Nov 17, 2013

The Unknown Review

The Unknown by Lara Henley

Misty found out early in life that things just don't come easy. She has learned to trust no one, and that you can't depend on anyone but yourself when the chips fall. Finally free of the states clutches she sets out on a whirl wind adventure called LIFE....
But she never expected Drake....

Drake... is Use to being in the lime light just graduated from college. Wondering what's next? Misty is a welcome surprise. So different from his everyday mundane experiences..

Can two completely different people share a journey that could change both of their lives forever? Or will they end up destroying each other in the process?

Escape to The UnKnown



The Unknown shows us that real love is out there and sometimes you can have love at first sight. It also shows us that no one can have a fairy tale romance, that no matter how perfect the story seems there is also something that just throws your life for a loop.

Misty lost everything as a child, she lost her parents, her home and her life. After being shoved into the system Misty finally ages out and heads to live with her aunt. Along the way she meets Drake, a man who seems too good to be true. Misty and Drake seem to have it all until the thunderstorms of life roll in. 

I love this book because it shows us that love is not a fairytale and that sometimes they do not live happily ever after. The cliffhanger at the end really got me and left me wanting more but I never saw the twist at the end coming. You will be shocked, you will feel pain, you will laugh all while reading this book. This has became one of my favorite books and I will be sitting on pins and needles until the next one is out and I find out what happens to Misty and Drake! 








Lara Henley was born in the Midwest. She holds a degree in Fashion Marketing and loves all things creative. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Her first love is writing and hopes to make it her full-time career. She first began her career as a writer with children's books and has since transitioned into writing young adult and adult romance.

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