Dying to Forget by Trish Marie Dawson is neither a supernatural nor a romance which is not normal for me.
The blurb the author wrote telling a bit about her story is what caught my attention, it was well written.
The first couple of chapters are hard to get through because it is very intense, high drama and emotional pain. Once you get through that roller coaster, a couple of chapters in the story turn into a direction I was not anticipating.
Trish uses enough description that I felt like I was at “the station”; that I could feel what her main characters were feeling and could emulate their emotions.
The end of the book was the best place for the author to finish and the worse place for the reader. It left me clawing to get to the second book that is not yet written. I will be keeping my eyes open, waiting very impatiently for it to be published.
Dying To Forget: The Station Series 1 was given to me to read.