25 Jun 2018

Terminal 19 | Review

Title: Terminal 19
Author: L.R. Olson
Pages: 295 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Rating: 
*4.5/5*

Review

This book was provided by the author through Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. Thank you L.R. Olson and Xpresso Book Tours!

Terminal 19 tells the story of Hope. Even though her name is Hope, she’s lost hope in living for more than a few moments. Hope has cancer and she’s dying. She goes on a trip to Scandinavia to finish her bucket list before she dies. She wants to find a Scandinavian Hottie and lose her virginity, but what about getting feelings for the Scandinavian Hottie? That wasn’t the plan…

Terminal 19 was such a beautiful book about cancer. It reminded me a bit of Before I Die, but in a good way. I couldn’t stop reading because the story was so interesting and I really liked the characters. I wanted to know how the story was going to end and I actually didn’t see it coming…

I really loved Hope and Christian, the Scandinavian Hottie. They were both so amazing and I couldn’t help falling for Christian myself. He has a past and doesn’t really want to talk about it, and that intrigues me even more. I mean, a Scandinavian guy with muscles who is also a bit secretive and romantic? SIGN ME UP!

I’m glad that the ebook ended with a note from the author that there will be two more books, Terminal 20 and Terminal 21, because I really liked L.R. Olson’s writing and I really enjoyed Terminal 19!

2 comments:

  1. Love this post! Is there anything the author could have done better? What were you missing from the book?

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