Date Published: February 17, 2012
Publisher: Self Published
Bright, spunky Heather Robbins has escaped her small hometown and is anxiously beginning her freshman year of college. Rising above her rocky childhood, she’s found a place where good things are finally starting to happen: her own private apartment, refreshing college classes, and an intense attachment to a mysterious and rugged classmate, Nick Richards.
But when her dreamy college life turns out to be nothing more than a wonderful dream while resting in a coma, questions threaten.
Now, Heather must press forward to unlock the real past, and find the answers buried deep in her mind. What she unlocks instead is a roller coaster ride through flashbacks, embellished memories, and a whirlwind romance.
And when it’s all over and she comes face to face with the truth, will she lose everything she’s fallen in love with?
Reading Reflection was like getting to know a new friend. At first, I wasn't too sure about it, and it took a little time for me to get into what was going on, but the more I read the more it grew on me. Page by page I felt more connected to he characters and more engaged in the story itself. Heather and Nick have layers to their personality and what makes them who they are. I enjoyed getting to know them. The book was a roller coaster of emotions between fun and intense, and all the while I'm wondering is this real or her imagination? It's gotta be real right? No, it could be her imagination? I couldn't read the pages fast enough to find out, and it ended way too soon! The wait for the sequel, Reaction, will be impossibly hard! I want, no I need to know what happens!!