Review: Life Is Awesome by Jordan Castillo Price (Mnevermind Book 3)

Blurb:
Daniel Schroeder wants nothing more than to repair his father’s broken memories, but it’s been a long time since he’s thought of himself as a memorysmith. Even though convincing Big Dan of their current reality is the most painful task Daniel faces every morning, somehow life manages to prevent him from finding a cure. He needs to keep their family business running. And he needs to moonlight at a competitor’s shop to keep all his employees paid. Or maybe he’s just trying to keep himself from exacerbating the situation.

A year ago, Daniel would have presumed he was clever enough to memorysmith his way out of their predicament, but nowadays he’s not so cavalier. Playing with people’s memories shouldn’t be taken lightly, and things can always get worse. Even with the help of some of the best minds in the business, Daniel still isn’t sure how to navigate his way out of the persistent false memory that’s crippled his life. Is new programming the answer? Better gear? More money? Or is time the only thing that can heal Big Dan’s memories…if they can even be fixed at all.

What Daniel needs most is some breathing room, and Elijah Crowe is eager to provide it. Since he’s smitten with Daniel, Elijah is determined to prove himself—and he’s more than qualified to clear Daniel’s schedule by taking over some duties at Adventuretech. With the support of his new boyfriend, possibilities begin to open up for Daniel, hints of things he hasn’t even realized he’d stopped hoping for: the contentment of a harmonious family, the fulfillment of his creative expression, and a chance for a relationship with a man he loves.

This book completes the Mnevermind Trilogy.

Review:
Daniel’s thoughts on whether mnem (virtual reality), and the things that happen in there, are real or not was very interesting. Especially when he talks about being able to remember things happening. It really makes you think about the definition of whether something is real or not. I hate that this series is over. I love all of the characters, not just Elijah and Daniel. I want to see more of them. Larry comes up with crazy, yet completely wonderful ideas. Elijah continues to grow in his acceptance of himself. Daniel’s growth though was profound. He recaptured his love of memorysmithing. Pretty much everyone else that reads this book would consider it a HEA. It’s not for me only because Elijah and Daniel aren’t living in wedded bliss forty years from now still creating mnem packets in their spare time for Larry to test out in their basement. *sigh* I can see it pretty clearly so even if that’s not part of the story, I can pretend it happens.
Stars:
Four and a half

About Jordan:
Author and artist Jordan Castillo Price is the owner of JCP Books LLC. Her paranormal thrillers are colored by her time in the midwest, from inner city Chicago, to small town Wisconsin, to liberal Madison.

Jordan is best known as the author of the PsyCop series, an unfolding tale of paranormal mystery and suspense starring Victor Bayne, a gay medium who’s plagued by ghostly visitations. Also check out her new series, Mnevermind, where memories are made…one client at a time.

With her education in fine arts and practical experience as a graphic designer, Jordan set out to create high quality ebooks with lavish cover art, quality editing and gripping content. The result is JCP Books, offering stories you’ll want to read again and again.

Author Contact:
Website: http://jordancastilloprice.com/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jordan-Castillo-Price/257078438055
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordancprice

Where To Buy:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TISP5HS

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