Jax & Marbles by Jacqueline Lorraine Conwell

Jax & Marbles


Things in life don't always go as planned, especially when it comes to certain life events. That was something Julian and Alexia were learning the hard way.
Passing away at a young age was something that had caught Julian off guard.
Losing touch with her best friend had left Alexia feeling lonely and confused.
Both felt alone in two completely different worlds, not sure if they would ever come across someone they could truly trust and depend on.
But then one fateful evening, Julian was given the chance of a lifetime to fill an empty void in someone's life - while getting a second chance to live the one he'd lost.


*Between Okay And Good*

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The concept and sentiment behind the story are both alluring and touching. Some of the descriptions painted very nice scenes. Most of the characters are interesting, especially the way "G" is portrayed differently from different people's perspective.
It started out slowly for me, and I was mixed up from the beginning because the story is told back and forth between Julian and Alexia's view points - which I didn't understand right away, and after I realized that was happening it still became confusing for me at times. It also seemed to drag in places where there was more "telling" than showing by action or with dialogue.


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