Disconnected

Disconnected

by Bethany Daniel

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ISBN-13: 9781490533711
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/30/2013
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.64(d)

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Disconnected 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
bookobsessedmomma More than 1 year ago
This is the 2nd book but in Liam's POV regarding how he felt when Katy left him 4 years ago... I have to say I truly did enjoy being in Liam's head so much. I enjoyed seeing how he felt, how long he did want/go after Katy(but couldn't find her),when he finds her again, forgiveness and then seeing if Katy will take him back again.  In the 4 years that Liam has not seen Katy he has been lonely and disconnected from the real world since Katy left! You feel the heartache at him realizing what he did to his wife and wishing he could make it right. In the years,he puts on his "mask" to show he is happy but he is far from it but does what Excite wants from him!  I enjoyed seeing how he felt and when he finds Katy.. it was wonderful. I enjoyed the romantic things he did, the maturity in him and the knowledge that he will not allow his job to be more important than his wife EVER AGAIN!  I enjoyed being in his head when he was having convo's with Scott and letting him know that nothing would stop him at getting Katy back because she was the only one he ever loved. It conveyed how much he truly did hurt and wanted her back so much!  I enjoyed the longer pages of them at the beach, the epilogue and then the bonus scene where we will get to see a new character and more!  I look forward to the 3rd book in this series! I want more Liam, Katy, Krista and Scott and the new one. ;)  * I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.*
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved reading this series and can't wait to read Krista and Scott's story.
Heidiliz72 More than 1 year ago
As much as I enjoyed the first book, Reconnected, this one was even better. I really grew to love Liam and enjoyed seeing the story play out with his point of view. I didn't feel like I was reading the same book again, as so much more detail was added to Liam and Katy's story as well as Scott and Krista's. I love that this book was longer than Reconnected and so much more back story was added. That to me made it all the more enjoyable. I'm really looking forward to reading more by Bethany Daniel in the future, and can't wait to read more about these characters that I grew to love.
Kawehi More than 1 year ago
Usually I don't do joint reviews but I figured, "why not?," since both of "Reconnected" and "Disconnected" tell relatively the same tale from the male and female protagonists POV's, Liam and Katy.  So here we go! Brief thoughts on the plot: It was interesting to read about a couple marrying straight out of high school and trying to make it in the long run. After all, isn't that what many HS sweethearts try to do?  Then Liam gets discovered and his acting career starts taking off leaving poor Katy in the rough. After warning Liam that she wasn't going to take his sh*t anymore, Katy leaves Liam leaving both of them heartbroken. .... My feelings towards the series as a whole: I must say that in regards to the first installment, "Reconnected," I enjoyed reading "Disconnected" a lot more. "Reconnected" moved way too fast which was a shame because I really liked the plot and the characters. The reason I say "Disconnected" was a far better read is because it goes at a nice pace and felt a lot more whole while reading. What I mean by "more whole" is that the plot felt more furnished and complete whereas "Reconnected" was "bam, bam, bam." Literally, one thing after another. I liked how with both books you got to see everything from both Katy and Liam's point of views. After all, isn't there that saying, "every story has two sides." Well, it's so true in this case.  In a way, and don't hate me for this, I felt as if Liam's fame and their break up was actually necessary for both characters to grow. While young love is sweet and new, there is also many limitations it can restrict upon a person. If Katy stayed with Liam, it would have most likely have stunted her as a person since after their breakup she re-enrolled herself into college in hopes of making something of herself. Liam, on the other hand, while he did achieve fame, he also had some time to do some soul searching as you will discover his side of the story. Therefore, like in all things, I believe that everything happens for a reason and in this case it made Liam and Katy really find themselves and appreciate each other while not taking anything for granted. So over all, a nice "cute" read on a second chance at love. I wish all love stories could end up being happy ones... ;) My Favorite Quotes: "Disconnected, that's how I've felt the last four years since Katy walked out of my life.; For so long I felt so disconnected from everything, but with Katy, I feel complete again. This is how things are meant to be. Hollywood might come banging on the door, but this is my sweet reality and I'll take it over those red carpets any day." - Disconnected "We're recommitting ourselves to each other, and reconnecting our lives and while it's scary in a way, it's also really exciting." - Reconnected Review copy kindly given by Bethany Daniel for an honest review.