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    Colleen Hoover(Author)
Sometimes in life, in order to move forward you must face the past…

In Hopeless, Sky left no secret unearthed, no feeling unshared and no memory forgotten, but Holder's past remains a mystery.

He is haunted by the little girl he let walk away from him and he has spent his entire life searching for her. He had hoped that he would finally gain closure and be able to rid himself of his guilt the moment they were reconnected. But he could not have anticipated that the exact opposite would occur and even more guilt and regret would be thrust upon him.

Sometimes in life, if we wish to move forward we must first dig deep into our past and make amends with it. In Losing Hope, readers will learn what was going on inside Holder's head during all those moments that left him feeling hopeless and see whether he can perhaps gain the peace he desperately needs.

Colleen Hoover is the New York Times bestselling author of five novels: her first series SLAMMED, POINT OF RETREAT and THIS GIRL and a second series with HOPELESS and LOSING HOPE. She lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. Follow her on Twitter @colleenhoover and on Facebook. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | 336 pages
  • Colleen Hoover(Author)
  • Atria Books; Sgd Ltd edition (8 Oct. 2013)
  • English
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  • By Siobhan Davis on 1 January 2016

    I honestly didn't think I could love Dean Holder any more, but I was wrong. I adored reading this companion novel from his POV and Colleen managed to deliver a fresh, thoroughly engaging read. Sometimes I find that companion novels fail to live up to my expectation and they can often feel like a rehash of the original book. That definitely was not the case with Losing Hope. There are lots of new scenes that we haven't read before, and we get a really good insight into Holders world.I loved the journal letters to Les and it was a very creative way of weaving Holder's twin into the story. I loved how Holder was emotional without being sappy, and I felt so sad for all the guilt he was carrying around over both Les and Hope.I also loved getting to know Daniel, though I think it's a little weird that he didn't feature at all in Hopeless. I thought he was hysterical and quite a unique character.Colleen sure knows how to write captivating male characters and Holder has skyrocketed to the top of my Book Boyfriend list.If you have read Hopeless then you MUST read this book. Highly Recommended.

  • By Chrissi Reads on 17 July 2013

    I took a while to read Hopeless and I have no idea why, because it was so brilliant! So I decided Losing Hope had to be read as soon as possible. Losing Hope leap-frogged many books to the top of my to be read pile. I'm glad it made that leap because it's an incredible book.I'm not the biggest fan of New Adult as a genre. I don't mind it, but haven't really been blown away. Hopeless and Losing Hope are an exception. I absolutely fell for the characters, even more so with Losing Hope. I felt so sad throughout the book. It's an incredibly hard read because of the subject matter. I completely believed in Holder and Sky's relationship.I really liked Holder from Hopeless, but I fell more in love with him in Losing Hope. I worried that I wouldn't like the sequel because I knew what had happened already. I shouldn't have worried, it was so intriguing to read it from Holder's point of view. He becomes an even more lovable character. He's so thoughtful and considerate. I need to find a Dean Holder.The book begins with the death of Holder's sister and then all the emotional turmoil unfolds. Urgh. That's urgh in a good way. It's just so emotional! Holder writes letters to his sister to unleash those feelings that he feels he can't express to others. They are so heart-breaking. I just want to jump into the book and give Holder a huge hug. But I can't. (I need to remind myself that Holder isn't real!) It gets worse as if you've read Hopeless, you know exactly what's going to happen and you're just waiting for him to experience it all.I thoroughly recommend this book and Hopeless to fans of the New Adult genre. It's not restricted to New Adult fans though I actually think readers would enjoy it that enjoy emotional and intense reads.

  • By Starguitar on 20 July 2013

    How much do I 'live' Colleen Hoover? ❤I've been hooked ever since I read my first book 'Slammed'.Hopeless and Losing Hope took my breath away.I don't know how Colleen does it but she is an amazing author who creates gorgeous characters that you fall in love with from the very first word. 💫Especially Holder... Of course.Both stories are breathtaking, intense and grips your heart. ✨🌙Never disappointed with Colleen Hoover ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐They are both amazing A MUST READ..

  • By BevUK on 15 July 2013

    Favourite freaking book of 2013 and will be one of my all time favourites ever!!!! Ms Hoover you hit this one out of the park by a mile. If I am honest I very nearly didn't bother with this one, I have been so bitterly disappointed with other books written in the male POV that IMO have merely been a cut and paste. But this one - ah no, we got so so much more. I absolutely adored each and every word, it was so good it hurt in places.I bloody LOVED it and 5 stars really do NOT do this book justice!

  • By E-book worm on 28 July 2013

    This is Hopeless but from Holder`s POV. It will drag you through so many levels of emotions starting with him catching his sister`s boyfriend making out with another girl through to finally understanding what happened to Hope and Les which explains so much. I feel equally gutted it is finished and so darn happy that Colleen shared this with us. Thank you!

  • By Cundykj on 28 August 2013

    I read Hopeless & really enjoyed it. I though this might not have much to add, but there were parts that weren't in Hopeless and they explained why Holder reacted in a particular way. Some of the chapters are written as if they were Holder's letters to Lesley - they are so touching. Well worth a read.

  • By Kindle Customer on 4 May 2015

    Well I loved Hopeless and reading this just makes me love Dean Holder more! I cried and mercenaries yet again especially the letter. A definite must read

  • By Kindle Customer on 4 September 2013

    What can i say? if you have read anything of Colleen Hoovers then you know she is consistently good. I loved the story of Holder and Sky, both great characters.

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