#Review ~ Your Gravity 3 by L.G. Castillo

Posted November 16, 2015 by Michelle in Review / 7 Comments

I received this book for free from Author, L.G. Castillo 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.
#Review ~  Your Gravity 3 by L.G. CastilloYour Gravity 3 by L.G. Castillo
on November 5th 2015
Genres: Emotions & Feelings, Love & Romance, New Adult, Romance, Sexual Content
Format: eARC
Source: Author, L.G. Castillo
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four-stars

Can destiny defy gravity?

Returning to 2002, Nicole knows for certain that her past was meant to be her future. Loving Jax was her natural course of life. So now, letting go of the brooding professor he's become is not an option; he's endured too much. She can't walk away. When love like theirs defies time and space, it's worth fighting for. But convincing him to let go of the demons of his past might be harder than battling gravity itself. Can Nicole hold on to what she's traveled through time to find or is clinging to the pull on her heart like grasping air?

My Review:

I just don’t even know where to start. If you haven’t read the first two this one might have a few spoilers but I really can’t seem to form the write words for this book so it might not. Now that I read the entire series this series just blew me away. Mrs Castillo tends to do that to me when I read her books. This story was just so different, Nicole is now back in 2002 and she need to prove to Jax that she is the Nicole from the 1980s but that might be easier said than done. When the entire story finally comes to light you really get that aha moment. I was a little confused at the beginning of the series but after reading them all it really comes together. All the details that you get from the present, past and present just melt together very nicely. I really loved this story and one I can’t recommend enough. I suggest reading the entire book in one sitting, you wont be disappointed because honestly L.G. Castillo never disappoints she just writes the most amazing books. I am totally loving Jax and Nicole and all the twists and turns this book has. I can’t wait to see what L.G. Castillo writes next.

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7 responses to “#Review ~ Your Gravity 3 by L.G. Castillo

  1. Oh Michelle, I have these on my kindle thanks to you. And you’re making me really, really eager to get started on them. BUT I have some catching up to do with other series before I start a new one. 😉 I’m glad Castillo could leave you feeling so satisfied.

    • Thanks for stopping by Melissa!
      It was a really good book and I think I would suggest reading all three books in one sitting. I wasn’t expecting the shift in time, it sort of confused me. 🙂

    • It did have a lot going on and I think I would have preferred to read it all in one sitting but I did enjoy it the first book threw me off because I wasn’t expecting the shift from present to past to present.