Book Review: Million Miles Away

I won’t bore you with details about the mysterious medical issues I’ve had over the last year;
the sudden severe allergies to food and medication, the sleep paralysis. All I’ll tell you is that they turned my life upside down.
But I’m a rational person.
Naturally, I assumed that my mind was playing tricks on me when I saw the strange figures standing over me.
But it felt so freakishly real;
especially one face in particular that always stayed with me long after I woke up.
Something about him always drew me in and I knew he was different. He made me feel different.
All my life, romance has felt like something that was reserved for everyone but me. I’d accepted that the only love in my life would be experienced through my artwork.
Now I’m questioning everything I know about myself, about reality, and especially about love.

I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

If you love a good cliffhanger.. This book is for you. I finished this book a week ago and I am still just like dang. I really want to know when the next book will be out because I have to know what happens. I have my own thoughts in my head about what might happen, but I am desperate for the next story. 

This was such a quick and easy read. I loved the main character. She was lonely and relatable. I really felt that I could connect with her easily.  Her crazy sleep patterns (not unlike my own) have me nervous to sleep as well! I definitely do not want to wake up on a gurney with aliens probing at me! 

I absolutely loved Korin. In my mind he is a sexy alien KJ Apa hell bent on saving Natalia. I don’t even care if he is a monster. He is gorgeous and amazing. The romance aspect in this story didn’t feel natural to me. It felt very rushed and too “insta” love. I wish I would have gotten more time to see their relationship build up. 

The ending was great. It was so unexpected and I cannot wait for the next one. Thank you so much to the author, publisher, and netgalley for allowing me to review this title. 

Image and synopsis taken from NetGalley.

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