New Release, My Review, and Giveaway: Insignificant by Kelly Lincoln

New Release, My Review, and Giveaway:  Insignificant by Kelly LincolnInsignificant by Kelly Lincoln
Series: Goldenrod
Published by Kelly Lincoln Publication Date: June 10, 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Suspense



When Taylor was four years old, she became an orphan and her childhood spiraled into darkness. She spent years lying, hiding, and avoiding any love offered to her until she was old enough to run away from all the threats of her past.

Now twenty-two, Taylor doesn’t think she’s worth more than being the kind of girl a guy hooks up with in the back room of a bar after her band plays. She definitely isn’t the one you bring home to meet Mom and Dad.

An unlikely rescue puts her in Ethan’s sight. He’s her total opposite, though. Ethan is a sexy dork who sees beyond Taylor’s guarded exterior. He sees past the tattoos and piercings. He sees her.

But they both have secrets capable of destroying their relationship. And if Taylor’s past ever catches up with her, the consequences could be deadly.

Due to explicit language, sexual content, and dark themes, reader discretion is advised.

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

My Review

“There was lightning inside of me, centering in the pit of my stomach, and my body was the water it struck. Everything was electric.”

Insignificant is the debut novel by Author Kelly Lincoln. I am so proud to have had the opportunity to read and review this book.

“Chicks with boobs get ahead in life.”

Taylor is a young woman who looks tough as nails on the outside. But, inside she is soft and open, begging for someone or something to fill the empty space. Her past relationships are filled with losers, current one included. Unfortunately, she’s not yet ready to let go of her insecurities and allow hope to save the day.

“There was an energy pouring from him and flowing into my soul, pumping into my heart.”

Ethan is what would appear to be the exact opposite of Taylor. He has direction in his life and determination to be successful. But, when we begin seeing the two of them together in more scenes, we can tell that these opposites are going to create such an attraction. They are from two different lifestyles. But are drawn together by a force that is greater than these boundaries.

“I need to feel more. Because that was the best thing ever.”

I love to finish a book and immediately be able to articulate my feel words. Those words for Insignificant were hot, sweet, and sexy. It was a redeeming romance filled with hope and transformation. Told from first person point of view through Taylor, I was able to experience every scene through her eyes and came to know the complexities of her and the other characters in the story. One of my favorite things about Ethan was his glasses. When I read about them, I initially pictured a hot Clark Kent, who came to swoop in and save the day. Of course, I also admired that he was a strong male character with conviction about his wants and needs. The initial part of Insignificant seemed to start off a little slow for me. But, about 20 percent into the book it took off and didn’t stop. There were points of intrigue, fright, mystery and twists. The plot built continuously throughout the story, and landed with an ending that was pure delight. I wait, with great anticipation for next book in this series.

“…ever since I looked at you, my world turned. Except you didn’t turn it upside down. You made it right.”




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4 Stars

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