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Near & Far (Lost & Found Book 2) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Nicole Williams

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**NEW YORK TIMES and USATODAY Bestselling Series**


There’s optimistic. And there’s Jesse Walker.

If he wasn’t so charming, his sunny disposition and incessant grin would get old. Fast.

Falling in love with the broken girl who had at first seemed immune to anything resembling love was the best thing to happen to Jesse since the Walkers adopted him when he was five.

As Jesse’s life continues at the ranch and Rowen begins making her mark in the Seattle art community, they wonder where the middle ground is. Or if there even is one.

As push comes to shove, they’re forced to make choices neither are eager to make, and Jesse and Rowen have to face what their lives might look like without the other.

Can two people with such tragic pasts and different presents expect a promising future together? Whatever the answer, they’ll need a lot more than love to make it.


*Recommended for mature readers due to moderate content and language.*

FINDERS KEEPERS, book 3 in the LOST & FOUND series is releasing September 16th, 2013!

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Everything You Want in a Sequel! 29 juillet 2013
Par Andrea T - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Oh. My. HEART. What can I say about Near and Far? Well, I guess I can start by saying that my clock currently reads 2:54 am, I just finished reading Near and Far, and my emotions are so pumped up that I can't sleep.

I will admit that for as excited I was to read Near and Far, my anxiety was just as high. I loved Lost and Found so, so much. I loved Golden Boy Jesse Walker and complicated former bad girl Rowen Sterling. She was a character I could reaaallly relate to, and he was the kind of guy that every girl deserves. Their story was beautiful and magical and represents what true, unconditional love is made of and just how transformative love and respect can be. Lost and Found left Jesse and Rowen at a realistic and very hopeful place. Did I really want to see them put to the test?

Truth is, I wanted Rowen and Jesse any way I could get them, but I was afraid of what might come between them. Would it be temptation while they are apart? Or would it be that their radically opposing lives would give them doubt? What I was surprised by in Near and Far is that the issues that test these two are not from outside, but are actually internal. Surprising. Painful. Soul Crushing. Rowen is following her dreams, but also being a part of a long distance relationship. Jesse is living the only life he's ever know, and the distance is hard.

Near and Far was for me, though, Jesse Walker's story. In Lost and Found, the focus was more on Rowen, but we learned a tiny bit about Jesse's early childhood. In Near and Far, the past and the present are on track to come crashing together around Jesse, testing his outlook on life and love, making him doubt his worth. Jesse showed Rowen that she was worthy, brave, special. He won't have any hope of a future unless he can learn to live by his own words.

I really, really loved Near and Far. Jesse is one of the sweetest leading men you could hope for. He's loyal, honest, and his heart is immeasurable. Rowen has come so far since we first met her in Lost and Found. Her strength, unwavering love, and devotion to Jesse made me love her even more. This is a couple that I could put on a pedestal when it comes to love stories.

Hmmm....am I forgetting someone? Oh yeah, Garth Black. Garth was the bad boy of Lost and Found, in which had me both scowling and laughing at him. Near and Far had me laughing again - a whole lot of laughing - and dare I say, swooning a bit. With his never-ending smart alec (and sexy) mouth, and a few wise words, Garth tried to steal this book more than a few times, so it's a good thing he's getting his own.

Near and Far is everything I hope for in a sequel. It wasn't forced story. And by that I mean, it wasn't just thrown together with a bit drummed-up conflict, and some angst, just so there could be another book. Jesse and Rowen's story wasn't quite finished. Nicole Williams had a story to tell in Near and Far; a heartbreaking and beautiful story to tell. She truly did Jesse and Rowen, their story, and her readers justice.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Prepare to bust out the tissues 29 juillet 2013
Par Yvette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I'm officially a huge fan of Jesse Walker. I loved him in Nicole Williams' Lost & Found, where his irresistible charm and sunny disposition perfectly balanced the snarky and aloof persona of love interest, Rowen Sterling. The follow-up novel, Near & Far, conveys a darker side of Jesse, simmering just beneath the surface of his golden boy façade and threatening his relationship with Rowen. Unlike the first book in the series, Near & Far is told through dual narratives, switching between Rowen and Jesse as they cope with the struggles of a long-distance relationship. Readers are subjected to both protagonists' vulnerabilities and insecurities, although it is Jesse's horrific past that forces its way to the forefront of the story, with each shocking revelation being the emotional equivalent to a swift punch to the gut. The carefree cowboy from Lost & Found is nearly unrecognizable and I spent a good portion of the book eagerly awaiting his return. If I have one complaint about this series, it's that these two characters are so damn impressionable. It seems as though anyone and everyone has an opinion about Rowen and Jesse's relationship and I wanted to yell at them to stop taking the unsolicited advice to heart. There is so much overanalyzing of every thought, action, or lack of action between both Rowen and Jesse that I was a nervous wreck, alternating between not wanting to reach the inevitable boiling point and wanting to get it over with. Both Rowen and Jesse have their fair share of psychological issues and Near & Far is a bombardment of drama from two different directions, transferring the characters' fears into my mind and setting an overall tone of uncertainty. I soaked in the few moments of peace when the two were reunited, unsure when the next obstacle in their relationship would emerge. Lost & Found is a sweet story in which two opposite individuals experience falling in love for the first time. My heart melted at Jesse's conviction in his relationship with Rowen - a conviction that slowly unravels as his past comes back to haunt him in Near & Far. I was in tears upon learning some of Jesse's closely guarded secrets, which are more destructive than I could have possibly imagined. There are many moments of heartache and despair but the ending more than makes up for them. I love this series but I sincerely hope that Near & Far is the final book featuring Jesse and Rowen as the main protagonists. I honestly don't think I could handle it if they're inflicted with any more pain and suffering, especially knowing that nothing could top this ending. If Nicole Williams continues with Rowen and Jesse, I'd rather they appear in the background of Garth's story. As much as I didn't care for his character in Lost & Found, Garth redeemed himself in book two and I'd love to see him get his happily ever after.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The sequel blew me away! Love Jesse, Rowen, and Garth! 29 juillet 2013
Par K. Bias - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
(Quote)Sometimes love was about compromise, and sometimes it was about sacrifice. Most times, it was a little of both...

Near and Far begins the journey of Jesse and Rowen after the bittersweet conclusion of Lost and Found. The are doing their best to handle their long distance relationship while Rowen is in Seattle at Art School and Jesse is at home on the ranch. After their life altering romance, they are still opposites but still very much in love.

(Quote)I was hers, she was mine, we were each other's. It was powerful stuff that hit me in moments like that. I knew it was the kind of profoundness that would get me labeled as whipped sap, and I didn't give a damn.

(Quote)I wouldn't let the self-destructive person I'd locked up months ago out of her cage, and would do everything in my power to make sure I never ran out of luck when it came to Jesse. Whatever came, whatever obstacles we faced, one thing was certain: he was there now. he chose to give his love to me, and that had left me forever changed, not matter what happened.

Her life at school includes some new character additions...some good like her crazy, outspoken room mate Alex and some not so good. The ranch has a new resident as well named Jolene. Oh Hell no! I hated her from the first introduction. So there are a few new people in the mix adding to the dynamics.

In the first book the Jesse and Garth situation was more like the Old West white cowboy hat and black cowboy hat in a show down of good vs. evil. Jesse is obviously the white hat wearing cowboy in all of his swoony positive goodness and Garth is the black hat with his jaded, sarcastic, dastardly ways.

Bad boy Garth is back in all of his obnoxious glory. He is freaking hilarious, but it is obvious he is deeper than he initially appears and he feels more than he lets on. I love that he and Jesse have tenuously mended fences in this book. Garth has a unique way of looking at the world and his own way of protecting those he cares about. The more I read about him, the more I like him and the more intrigued I am. I still want to know more about what happened with him and Josie in the past. He obviously has unresolved feelings and issues.

Jesse and Rowen are perfect together and their feelings are all consuming and run very deep. But distance, communication, and past demons threaten to intrude on their happiness. Life living apart is complicated and not as easy as being together on the ranch. As they feel themselves pulling apart, can they keep it together?

"I realized that our past never leaves us. We might think we've left it behind, but that's when it sneaks up and beats the hell out of you. Our past is always a part of us..."

The first book was really more about Rowen's journey from a bad place to a good one. This book really digs deeper into Jesse's past and his repressed issues. My heart hurt as Jesse struggled. And I found myself hoping that Rowen was strong enough to help Jesse just as he had helped her when she tangled with her own dark past.

"Fixed. Broken....I'll love you either way. Just the way you love me."

But when everything they know is tested, can they find their way out of the darkness together or will it ultimately break them apart?

This book exceeded all of my expectations and they were set pretty high. Immediately after reading an ARC of Lost and Found, I pmed Nicole and begged for a sequel for Rowen and Jesse and a book for Garth. She told me she had initially written it as a stand alone and was unsure at the time, but it was so obvious to me that these stories needed to be told. I guess others felt the same way and I am so glad she decided to continue the series. She delivered more than I ever imagined... more depth, more pain, more emotion, and more intensity from these characters. And twists, turns, and surprises...

As much as I love Jesse and Rowen happy, it is hard times that really define them and allow us to see down into their souls and what makes them tick. This series explored the places where their deepest fears and true essences lie. Jesse has so much more to him that we saw in the first book and it is not all good And we know of Rowen's darkness, but we see her light too. And best of all, we see the positive light in Garth Black. Yes, the foul-mouthed, self centered, egotistical Garth Black. He is such an important part of this story. I loved his interactions with Jesse and Rowen and that we got to see a depth were were not privy to before. And I know he has more to reveal and I cannot wait the next book featuring him. It is now a toss up for me on who is my fave: Jesse or Garth.

This book made me anxious, happy, sad, tearful, frustrated, broken hearted, cry like a big baby, and sigh with contentment at various times. My emotions were all over the place. Rowen and Jesse feel so deeply and I felt it all along with them. I was totally invested in this couple and the other characters. Nicole has created two people who on the surface appear to be opposites in every way, but have a connection and a powerful need that transcend their differences. And despite outward appearances, they have more in common than anyone would expect. These characters (Garth included) are not perfect. They have pasts that haunt them, they have flaws, and they make mistakes. But they also have caring and giving hearts. They strive to determine what is best for the other because with all of them, they look out for those that they care about sometimes to their own detriment. And that is true love, loyalty, and friendship.

A little Garth inspiration to get us ready for his book....

"...what are you going to do when you find a girl who's able to miraculously, see past the piece-of-s**t facade you keep up?"~Jesse

"I'm going to run, Walker. And I'm not going to stop. Guys like me weren't made for settling down."~Garth

Thanks to Nicole Williams and AToMR tours for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great sequel 8 février 2014
Par Total Book Geek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
We're a couple of months later when Lost and Found ended. Jesse and Rowen are still very much a couple and while Jesses is still on the farm, Rowen is in art school at Seattle. Now we all know long distance relationships aren't the easiest, though they make it work. Every couple of weeks one of the two will travel over for the weekend. It certainly isn't an ideal situation, but it's the only one possible right now.

Rowen is loving her life as a college student. All her arts classes are the best, she works at a fun donut shop and has the best/weirdest roommate ever. Not to forget there is Jesse. Every time she sees him her heart just melts with happiness. She has definitely come a long way since the first book. It is very clear that she has become stronger and gained a lot of confidence.

From the first moments we laid eyes upon Jesse in Lost and Found, I was smitten and that still hasn't changed. He is still the sweetest and most caring cowboy. Of course he isn't perfect, because that protective streak he has going on here, might get him in trouble. Though the way that boy looks at life and people with such optimism, is very admirable.

This time we get to see how much Jesse still struggles with his past. The nightmares are getting worse, but to the outside world he portrays a happy face. Add the fact of the distance between him and Rowen, it is all becoming very strained.

Jesse's past took me a bit by surprise. We got to see a little bit of what happened, but now you get to discover more and it is just horrendous. It once again shows what a wonderful human being he is, having to go through that and still be so good.

The only thing is that he tries to hide his struggle from his family and Rowen. He has always been there for her and now that it is time for her to return the favour, he denies her that. It all starts to weigh on their relationship.

So I really loved the change we got to see in Rowen, she has opened up so much. I also very much loved to see this other side of Jesse, that vulnerability, making him mire human/real. The secondary characters were once again amazing. Garth is back and more sarcastic and "mean" than ever. Alex, Rowen's roommate, is a different species on her own, there are no two people like her. She definitely brought the humour in the story. Then there was Jolene, I could not stand her, but that was the purpose, so job well done. And lastly Jax, Rowen's TA, a total douche and created a lot of unnecessary tension.

There was one part I did not like very much and involved a homeless lady. Somehow Rowen is convinced this woman has the answer to all her problems, when to me it just seems that she is crazy. It definitely came with a twist I did not see coming until the very last moment.

Overall Near and Far was a great sequel. I really liked the development in Rowen and Jesse's relationship and the ending was simply right. Once again some awesome characters and I can not wait to read Garth's story!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful, compelling, hilarious, dark, breathtaking.... 29 juillet 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Buy it. You'll finish it in a day. How do I even express how truly amazing this book is? Jesse and Rowen both have such unique voices, realistic and believable concerns, and beautiful chemistry. When they're together, I FEEL their love and connection and when they're apart, I feel that longing for one another... that feeling of "I'm okay on my own... but I really love who I am when I'm with them." Nicole Williams has created a perfect sequel. It's painful, but not in a way that makes me hate it--it's realistic and adds to the development of Rowen, Jesse, and their relationship. We learn more about their internal fears and we really get to see into Jesse's head, where he isn't as put-together as Rowen perceives in Lost & Found. Seeing into his head helps us see his flaws and therefore love him even more once we realize that our 'perfect' hero is not perfect...and imperfection makes him even more strong and beautiful and real. The secondary characters are well-developed, we get metaphors and deep thoughts and interesting twists... I can't believe it, but I think I actually enjoyed the sequel even more than Lost & Found, which I loved. Everything wove together so intricately and beautifully. I laughed. I held my breath. I cried. I sighed. This book has everything. I can't wait to see more from this crew. Hopefully not so much hardship for Rowen and Jesse, but I'm ready to hear more from Mr. Garth Black....
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