×

Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.

For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now.

Coherent
     

Coherent

4.3 4
by Livia Jamerlan
 

See All Formats & Editions

A tragic past. A forgotten week. A broken heart.

When Braelynn wakes up in a hospital bed with a week of her life missing, she turns to the darkness that she didn�t know she craved.
Lost and confused she�s left empty.

Addiction. Fear. A broken soul.

Peyton Haas is self�assertive, determined to get what he wants, and for the first time in

Overview

A tragic past. A forgotten week. A broken heart.

When Braelynn wakes up in a hospital bed with a week of her life missing, she turns to the darkness that she didn�t know she craved.
Lost and confused she�s left empty.

Addiction. Fear. A broken soul.

Peyton Haas is self�assertive, determined to get what he wants, and for the first time in his life�in love.But is he willing to face the demons that haunt Braelynn?

Their love was like no other�steamy, heart�stopping� Beautiful.

It was the first time the either of them had let someone in. But one week was all it took to change their lives forever.

Will their love be enough to keep them together? Coherent, book two in the Consensual Series.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940150465077
Publisher:
Livia Jamerlan
Publication date:
10/13/2014
Series:
Consensual Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
335
Sales rank:
1,190,555
File size:
912 KB

Meet the Author

Livia Jamerlan is the author of Divided and Consensual. She is also a hopeless romantic who is always looking for her next love story to pop in her head. Though Livia kept a journal throughout her early life, she never thought about pursuing a career in writing. She always used it as form of therapy, pouring her heart out into words. It wasn�t until a story developed in her head that she decided maybe she could write a book. At first it was just an escape from reality, but now she uses it as a power to put all her feelings, hopes, and fears on paper. Deciding it was time to tell her story, she began to write. With each passing day the story grew, characters were formed, and what seemed like a hobby at first has now become a passion for Livia.

She is a New Jersey Native who loves spending time with her husband and two dogs Buddy and Daisy. When she is not writing or hiding behind her Kindle, you can find her with outside, gardening, at a local shopping center enjoying some retail therapy, or enjoy a pepperoni pizza.

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Post to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews

Coherent 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
badkat17us More than 1 year ago
Braelynn wakes up in the hospital with a week missing from her memories. Everyone who cares about her is there when she wakes up especially Peyton Haas. She should be happy they found her and got her to the hospital but she isn’t. No one believes that she was taken. He blood work shows that she is addicted to drugs. The have receipts and video footage of her during the week she was missing. She doesn’t understand. She knows she was taken but she only remembers bits and pieces. Why won’t her loved ones believe her? She finally gets to go home and she can’t take it anymore she leaves a note and tells them she will call them she just needs some time to herself. Only she doesn’t plan on starting over so much as escaping into her own little world. Will everyone give up on her or will they patiently wait for her to find her way back to them? How will Peyton handle this? Braelynn goes through so much in this book. It’s a wonder she makes it through at all. I can only imagine what it felt like. You wake up in hospital knowing you were taken and things were done to you but no one else believes you. It was a lot for them all to hear at once. Peyton is frustrated at first. She is made at him because he didn’t instantly believe her. He did believe her but he didn’t know what to think of the situation. Then Peyton is pissed when she doesn’t want to let him back in even more when she takes off and doesn’t contact him. Finally he can’t take it anymore and becomes determined to help her get back to the person she was before. Her friends are there for her too. I am excited to read the next book in the series to see what happens next. I was given this book in return for an honest review.
CelesteGrande More than 1 year ago
I had a hard time with how I was going to review this one. I tore through Consensual in lightening speeds, drinking up Haas, and begging for more. Coherent is...different, for PART of the time. I was flipping angry for the first good half of the book, wishing for my rainbows and unicorns as Braelynn spiraled downward. I hated what was happening to her and just wanted her to change it. Then the epiphany happened. THIS happens. RAPE happens. HEARTBREAK happens. ADDICTION happens. DESPAIR and ROCK BOTTOM happen. They ALL happen. All around us. Every damn day. Praise to Livia Jamerlan for being so bold and so daring as to enter the mind of someone that it's happening to. Praise to her still, for portraying it in a way that makes you HATE it. LOATHE it and SKEEVE it and want to throw your Kindle. Praise some more for going places in this book that most authors wouldn't dare, for fear of being rejected. And then, yes, praise some more for making me fall in love with the characters yet again when I thought it wasn't possible. Pure genius...
AmazeballsBookAddicts-2_ More than 1 year ago
Coherent is book two in the Consensual series. It can not be read as a standalone. You need to read book one Consensual first. Coherent picks up where Consensual left off. At the end of Consensual we were left with a cliffhanger. In Coherent we find Braelynn, dealing with everything that has happened with very little support from the ones who love her. She makes some tough choices that aren't very good. Braelynn struggles with things in this story. She was very strong and confident in Consensual and in Coherent she losses herself for a bit. Peyton isn't an angel in this one either, he makes some good and bad choices. Peyton and Braelynn have a long hard road ahead of them. Coherent is very well written and it takes you on a bumpy ride through Peyton and Braelynn's life.