Review of Deleted: Jackson and Maggie by Tess Thompson

****4.5/5 STARS****
****ARC Received for Honest Review****
This is the second book in the Cliffside Bay Series, and I have to say, this is my favorite so far. The love story between Jackson and Maggie, the horrible childhood of Maggie’s and then the twelve years that separated them, and the distance between them as well. But, Maggie felt like all t-he people she loved in her life in Cliffside Bay, deleted her from their life, when everything she wrote to them, came back return to sender, every single one of her letters, and postcards. She felt like everything that happened in the place she felt like she was just being played and she was disposable.
This book as dynamic and has relatable character, the storyline and references, and are easily understandable by his with special application. THIS BOOK IS A MUST READ=REVIEW Catherine(Catty)

*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***

4.5 Stars

Having read Traded I had a better understanding of Tess’s writing style so I knew coming into this that it was not going to be the hot and steamy sexed up romance book like other authors. What you do get is an AMAZING story! I fell so hard for Deleted. The backstory between Jackson and Maggie is unbelievable. Tess is able to create such an intense love story that starts in childhood and makes you completely believe in soul mates.

Although it is a part of a series, I feel you can read this one as a standalone and not be lost. I can’t express enough how much you are going to be pulled into their love and how it transcends everything. . . time, “death”, and everyone else trying to pull them a part. In the end, love like theirs always wins. Don’t miss this one. (Review by Terri “Jane”)

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