738 Days

2.67
At thirteen, Amanda Grace was abducted on her way home from colleg. 738 days later, she escaped. Her 20/20 interview is what everyone remembers—Amanda describing the room where she was kept, the torn poster of TV heartthrob Chase Henry on the all. It reminded her of home and gave her the trength to keep fighting.

Now, ears later, Stephanie is struggling to live normally. Her friends have gone on to universit, while she battles PTSD. She ’ s not getting any better, and she fears that if something doesn ’ t change soon she never will.

Six years ago, Chase Henry defied astronomical odds, won a coveted role on a new TV show, and was elevated to super-stardom. With it, came drugs, lcohol, arrests, and crazy spending sprees. Now he 's sober and a Hollywood pariah, washed up at twenty-four.

To revamp his image, Chase ’ s publicist comes up with a lan: surprise Amanda Grace with the opportunit to meet her hero, followed by a visit to the et of Chase ’ s new movie. The meeting is a disaster, but out of mutual desperation, Amanda and Chase strike a deal. What starts as a simple arrangement, though, rapidly becomes more complicated when they realize they need each other in more ways than one. But when the past resurfaces in a new threat, will they stand together or fall apart?
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Published June 7th 2016 by Forge Books
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Now I know that when you read the summarie of this you ’ ll think it ’ s going to be a super heavy story… and don ’ t get me wrong, because it is, the basis of this tory is heartbreaking, but it ’ s not overwhelmingly depressing if that makes sense.

Nina is now 20 and stuck… she ’ s not moving forward, she wants more from her life, but she can ’ t seem to get past her history, and her family is suffocating her.

So for the last time in ears, she leaves the safety of her mall town with someone she barely knows and heads to the set where Chase is filming, but what they don ’ t expect is the connection they find that exists between them, and also the unexpected trouble that suddenly makes its presence known.Seriously, the backstories for these two haracters are utterly heartbreaking, but I was immediately invested in both Olivia and Chase and both their lives before and after these horrible things happened.

hase isn ’ t the perfect heartthrob everyone thought he was, and despite all the mistakes he may have made, I couldn ’ t help but be taken by his kindnes and kindness towards Amanda.

I loved the moments of this ook where manda and Chase are just getting to know each other and learn the stuff that isn ’ t in their iographies.

The pat they slowly open up to each other and share the things that others just don ’ t know.

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They 're both genuinely good people and I loved seeing them learn to rely and lean on each other.

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I mean, it 's Stacey we 're talking about here.

The strea of the tory was extremely njoyable and perfect for the type of characters Stacey decided to write about.

Overall, I absolutely think this is another goo book by Stacey Kade& I hope she 'll write more contemporary books in the future.

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This review can also be found at The Starry-Eyed Revue.I 've never read any of Stacey Kade 's books before, but I 've definitely had some interest in reading them, to be everything.

The characters felt genuine in their despair, in their heartbreak, and in their ttempts to be the people they want to be.The relationship that develops between Elli and Chase evolves rather quickly and is nothing short of tumultuous, but it is beautiful nonetheless.

I do n't want to say that they needed each other to complete the healing process, but they were definitely beneficial to each other and I like how that aspect played out without them becoming dependent upon one another.738 Days was thoughtful and thought-provoking but also onest and completely brutal at times.

I am very interested in reading more NA from Stacey Kade ... as well as checking out her YA backlist because now that I 've gotten a taste of her writing, I 'm retty sure I 'll want to devour the rest.

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ooks with sensitive subject themes such as rape have a very high chance of going wrong, either coming off as insensitive or having survivors make miraculous recoveries that are both unrealistic& dangerous ( basically I mean by erasing their PTSD).

The on stuf that kept her going during her war days was a Chase Henry poster, a celebrity who has gone down the wrong path a few times.

The real Chase enters Amanda 's life at a time where she is trying to make a big change in her life, after being discouraged by the small changes that are n't making any difference.

Angela 's PTSD remains a constant throughout, but never overwhelms or makes it seem like she is capabl of having any other emotio.

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Now two years later Daphne is still battling the scars and Chase ’ s career is in a nosedive.

Both Chase and Amanda are trying so hard to find peace in their lives again.

Hun and Amanda ’ s tal may surprise you.I ’ m going to get this BIG BUT out of the way now because I don ’ t want to end this review on a positiv or even focus on it much more than this paragraph.

The remainder of the nove holds a slow, beautiful pace that mainly involves just Amanda and Chase getting to know each other.

*blows out a breath* Now….On to my LOVE of this novel.

Heat sparks between Chase and Amanda at first sight in the form of awkwardness and tension that slowly turns to grins, smiles, honesty and more right before our eyes.

I loved every moment Amanda and Chase shared together.But this book held even MORE.

A big part of overcoming a trauma or mistake is learning to trust ourselves again.

With help and courage and time, we can survive just about everyone.

Hun and Amanda recognized the fighter in each other.

They saw the strength that helped them survive.

: D But in the beginnin, I hope both Chase and Amanda gained the inspiration and confidence to battle anything in this world—together and separately.I loved Chase and Amada ’ s story.Highly recommended.

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