About the Book:
He’s good looking, but not an absolute knockout. With Max’s charm though, he could have any woman he wants. Once he meets Faith, he doesn’t want anyone else.
Eli. He is a knockout.
But a dark past shadows him and holds him captive. Drinking dulls the pain, but meeting Faith makes him want to change all that.
Faith. She loves them both.
When a blackout brings her together with Eli, she’s happier than she’s ever been before. When another blackout tears them apart, Max is there to pick up the pieces. But can she forget the man who first made her whole?
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Angel Hart's Romance Review:
Blackout has a storyline that involves a waitress and a construction worker. In the beginning it is similar to a threesome. A girl named Faith, a guy named Eli, and a guy who wishes he could get the girl, Max. Faith meets Eli at the diner where she works but things don’t heat up between them until they get stuck in an elevator during a blackout. For the rest of the book, Eli is the only one blacking out due to a bad drinking problem. That seems to be the theme of the entire book. Eli screws up by drinking a lot. Faith gets tired of the drinking and his behavior while drunk. Ultimately, she ends it after almost dying when Eli is drunk behind the wheel and then he gets so drunk that he couldn’t protect her from his friend who bruises and bites her.
This book is a “Did Not Finish”. The same cycle repeated in the book and it ended up feeling like a bad version of “Groundhog Day”. Eli gets drunk, does something stupid, Faith gets mad, he begs forgiveness, and she forgives him. It is pretty much lather, rinse, and repeat. I gave it two Pulse Points because I hope that the rest of the book is better than the first 13 chapters. If you want an easy read with predictable characters and little personal growth with the characters, this book would be good for you.