Monday, April 20, 2020

Book Review: "Losers Reap Her" by Hayley Stumbo

Losers Reap Her
Title: Losers Reap Her
Author: Hayley Stumbo
Series: "Hide and Seek Her" #1
Genre: Adult Romance Suspense/Thriller
Page Length: 318 pages
Publication Date: October 1, 2019
Rating: 4 // 5 stars
Book 1 Review
Book 2 Review

This trilogy will always hold a special place on my bookshelf and I can't believe that it's finally complete. I started the first book over four years ago and, after the cliffhanger ending of book two, it's been a long wait for this final book. I have to say, it was worth it.

I flew through this book. One thing I've always loved about Hayley's books is her writing because it sucks me in and I read so fast. Not only that, but the story itself was addicting too. I hadn't yet read the synopsis until right before I started it and the plot itself went a completely different direction than I expected. But I liked it.

One thing that I really liked was the flipping between timelines. It's sometimes not done well but I thought the way Hayley wove them together was quite well done. And the more I look back, the more I'm glad it was done this way because we get to see a lot more of these characters and their growth.

I really loved reading more of these characters, though there was a new POV that, while I enjoyed reading from him, I thought my connection to some of the other characters was lessened because of it. Still, I enjoyed the characters and seeing their growth and how they've come out of the events of the previous books.

And that ending! I don't know why I expected Mrs. Stumbo to have anything other than a shocking ending considering all of the other books I've read of hers! I did not see it coming but it does make a lot of sense and, the more I think about it, the more I actually like how things ended. Obviously I don't want to go into too much depth because of spoilers but I really liked the ending.

Overall, I thought this was a fitting conclusion to this trilogy and well worth the wait. Everything has been wrapped up and it's over but I also wouldn't mind if there were spin-offs or more sequels set in the future. But, in the end, I really enjoy this trilogy, it holds a special place in my heart, and I highly recommend it to everyone!

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