Lost in Him

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Durée 9 heures et 29 minutes
Auteur Harloe Rae
Narrateur Jacob Morgan, Samantha Brentmoor
Date de publication sur Audible.fr 08 juillet 2022
Éditeur Brick Shop Audio
Type de programme Livre audio
Version Version intégrale
Langue Anglais
ASIN B0B5LYYJ2B

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LOST IN HIM is a new release. A small town standalone romance. Since I've read all the prior books that have so far been written by Harloe Rae, I bought & started reading this one on release day. So glad that I did! The Recluse & The Runaway Daughter!

Penelope Blaire Winchester has reached her limit. When her controlling father and demanding mother tried to arrange a marriage, with a fake rich man who turned out to be nothing more than a crooked criminal. Now he is spending his time in prison. At 22 she decides to leave on her own. Her new name will be Penny Blaire. She is going off to a secluded cabin she has rented in Hacken, Minnesota. This is the last likely place for Penny to find love, but her broody, messed-up, broken neighbor is the most good-looking man she has ever seen. She is so stubborn that she plans to win this man over. He won't even talk to her, but does talk to his dog.

Nash Hudson owns the Timbered Forest lodges. Penny, his new tenant, is driving him crazy. At the same time, he & his dog, can't seem to stay away from her. She's nothing but trouble, but he still finds himself drawn to her. He has spent 7 years in his solitary isolation, with only his dog for company. Then just within a week of Penny's arrival, he has sought her out & so does his dog. So slowly, Penny starts to win him over. She tells him that they were brought together for a reason. That Fate and Destiny has brought them together. But will they stay together?
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5,0 sur 5 étoiles Charming and swoony
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Lost in Him is an intimately tender and emotionally-rich wonder, the perfect sweet and swoony story to get lost in. Slow burning, perfectly angsty, and chock full of authentic chemistry, this is one of my favorites from the always charming Harloe Rae. Deep in the Minnesota wilderness, Harloe creates a love story so sincere and so heartfelt that my own heart melted.

Fans of Harloe’s Bayside entry Screwed Up may recall a fragile, broken elite princess that came into the care of our prior heroine Dr. Belle. From the moment she graced the page in Screwed Up, Penelope (aka Penny), captured my heart and mind. Shattered and fragile, there was a desperation and longing to her that called to my soul.. So I was so tickled to find out that Lost in Him is her story- that we get to find out just what happened to sweet and resilient Penelope Winchester. And Lost in Him begins with a much needed liberation. Stifled and emotionally abused by her parents’ oppressive expectations, our heroine Penny has finally found the courage to shuck the elite visage of Penelope Winchester. Traumatized from events of late (all of which occur of page prior to this book and are only briefly recapped, another plug to read Screwed Up), we find Penny on a quest to find herself away from a world that has harmed and limited her, choosing a backwoods cabin in bum-f Minnesota. Invigorated and isolated, this is the setting of her new beginning. And where she also comes across the delectably broody Nash, new landlord, hot neighbor, and the resident grumpy loner. There’s a spark between them, a kindred brokenness they start to explore.

Penny is everything I wanted and more. What I loved most is that Harloe doesn’t take away her joy, her effervescence. She’s moved beyond the broken spirit we saw in Screwed Up (thanks to Dr. Belle’s support), and while she could easily have become bitter or distrustful, instead she chooses to prioritize leaning into her vitality. She’s a ray of sunshine to Nash’s broody cloud. And, as always, Harloe imbues her with a compelling relatability. Her thirst to find independence, her hunger to figure out her purpose, the juxtaposition of her confidence and insecurity in figuring out her own identity while on her own for the first time is a journey we’ve all taken. And I loved how accepting and empathetic she was with Nash. Even when he lashed out, even when he pushed her away, she found the good in him. She took time to look beyond his grizzly surface to find the beautiful beating heart of the wounded man- and what a beautiful heart she found.

Nash. JUST SWOON. Even though he starts as a mercurial jerk, we see his gentleness and tender heart straight away. He’s got baggage, this is a man who’s found solace in detachment and isolation. But the sunshiney resident keeps pulling on his heart. Even though he mocks himself for his “cheesing” he can’t help but subtly admire and woo Penny. He’s somehow a beautifully dreamy contrast- brash but gentle, removed but emotionally present, distrusting yet widely vulnerable, hesitant yet bold. He’s POV is just the dreamiest- I love this man. He’s got his own baggage and brokenness, a distrust that could break them, but Penny steadily melts the ice around his heart, and what unfolds is such a beautifully intimate and heartfelt love story between them. One where they find the safety to heal, to come out of their shells with each other, to discover their full selves.

The chemistry is just so delicious. The sunshine-grumpy tension plays beautifully, and we have so much playful banter. And the steamy times pack a punch. This is a slower burn, but one that is worth the wait- particularly since it culminates in one of my favorite Harloe Rae sexy times to date. A scene that somehow is beautifully awkward, endearingly humorous, epically romantic all at once- and perfectly captures the essence of both of these characters.

Harloe Rae has such a keen ability to create characters who truly SEE one another, who ultimately find themselves existentially uncovered in the ways that someone else is able to see into their core, into their heart. It gives her stories such a profound intimacy- a metaphysical quality that creates such vivid connections with her characters, both with each other and us as the reader. And it makes for emotional chemistry between her characters that feels exposing but also safe, unsettling but catalytic. Chemistries that stem from raw and vulnerable connections that are as emotionally baring as they are healing and restorative. And Lost in Him is perhaps the most triumphant manifestation of this deftly wielded authorial strength, because this story is about self-discovery just as much as it is about the sweet and swoony romance. Characters on their own existential journey because of just how VIVIDLY someone else finally sees them.

Both characters are running from their pasts- trying to escape legacies and histories that are painful and traumatic. Penny is trying to find herself anew in her first bout of independence, and Nash has completely erased himself from the living, isolating himself to prevent further pain. Narratively, Harloe brilliantly captures a story that is amazingly intimate in it’s narrative focus- by isolating these two together in the woods, in a small town, they have no choice but to fall into each other and face themselves in doing so. And that’s what makes this story so captivating- watching these two find themselves in each other. Seeing these seeming opposites recognize themselves in one another’s brokenness, finding the courage and safety to revel in their own baggage and to be able to let it go, to break past it. It’s not only a beautiful story, but one profoundly emotionally resonant, because at some point, we’ve all been a little bit lost. And Harloe offers up a point of view both hopeful and affecting. Lost in Him reminds us that sometimes all it takes to find yourself is choosing to get lost in someone else. Whole heartedly. Swoon, I just loved this story.
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