Losing Myself By Victoria J. Brown

This is the second in the series, please read these in order. The first book being Holding Myself, published July by Bombshell Books

An uplifting page-turner about love, loss and hope Since Kat made her decision, everything around her seems to be falling apart. Not only is she dealing with family’s secrets, lies and deceit but the salon, which is opening around the corner, threatens her livelihood. To make matters worse her relationship with Max is on the rocks. Although her relationships with Max’s mother, her step-mother and her sister have grown stronger, are they strong enough? Working tirelessly to save her salon and save her relationship with Max, she is battling everyday to stay focused on her future. But what will the future bring?

An uplifting page-turner about love, loss and hope

Since Kat made her decision, everything around her seems to be falling apart. Not only is she dealing with family’s secrets, lies and deceit but the salon, which is opening around the corner, threatens her livelihood.

To make matters worse her relationship with Max is on the rocks. Although her relationships with Max’s mother, her step-mother and her sister have grown stronger, are they strong enough?

Working tirelessly to save her salon and save her relationship with Max, she is battling everyday to stay focused on her future. But what will the future bring?

Wow, if I thought Kat had her hands full in the first book, that is nothing compared to what she has to deal with in Losing Myself. 

I love this character and although I find her a bit self absorbed, especially the first part of the book she has good reason to be. 
Just when she thinks things can't get worse they do, but at the same time this is where I think Kat found her strength to face everything that was going on. 

A thoroughly enjoyable read, with emotion, friendship and dilemma's galore, I really felt for Kat and wondered if she would find herself without too much distress. 

I really enjoy Victoria's writing style and insight in to Kat's problems and Issues, and she does this without making Kat too ditzy, a caring and likeable character that will have you cheering for her from the sidelines. 

I am so looking forward to book 3. I do suggest you read these saga's in order to benefit from the characters lives.