BLACKOUT by M.J. Schiller (Book Review)

Max. The consummate ladies’ man.

He’s good looking, but not an absolute knockout. With Max’s charm though, he could have any woman he wants. Once he meets Faith, he doesn’t want anyone else.

Eli. He is a knockout.

But a dark past shadows him and holds him captive. Drinking dulls the pain, but meeting Faith makes him want to change all that.

Faith. She loves them both.

When a blackout brings her together with Eli, she’s happier than she’s ever been before. When another blackout tears them apart, Max is there to pick up the pieces. But can she forget the man who first made her whole?



(review request submitted by the author for an honest critique) 
I learned something new while reading this book. I had no clue construction workers were ever actually propositioned to do a little work privately, if you know what I mean. *winks* 
I can see the appeal though. Their work attire does scream, “Hammer me.” *smiling*
Ok, silliness aside, lets get to the nitty-gritty of this tale. 

BLACKOUT is practically depicting every reason why you should never drink and drive, consume too much alcohol, or think a single drink is a good idea when you’re an alcoholic. 

Eli’s drinking caused Faith emotional, physical and psychological pain. Despite every pain he caused her, direct and indirectly, she kept forgiving him. She’s a poster-child for being an enabler. 

I realize through the glimpses into the future everyone got their happy ending but in my opinion she chose the wrong man. 
Heart Rating System – 1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤



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8 Responses to BLACKOUT by M.J. Schiller (Book Review)

  1. Anonymous

    I need to pick this up

    Tanya S

  2. Sounds like some yummy construction workers with some real life issues mixed in. Looks like I need to get this.

  3. Sorry I'm late to the game but I was traveling. Thanks for reading,reviewing, and offering your honest opinion of BLACKOUT.

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