Two decades after she broke his heart, sexy entrepreneur Schooner Moore uncovers the truth and betrayal his life has been built on when he Facebook friend requests college love, Mia Silver. Continuing the fight for their happily ever after that began in Searching for Moore, Schooner Moore and Mia Silver struggle to overcome the ghosts and baggage they accumulated during their time apart.
Exploring the missing 24 years when they were separated, Moore to Lose follows Mia's journey from heartbroken teen to kickass businesswoman to her emotional reunion with Schooner and the exploration of the love that was ripped from them. But is their love really strong enough to overcome the damage of those missing 24 years or will they continue to be ripped apart by pasts that can't be changed? Is the love they always dreamed of enough?
Continuing the emotional journey of love and betrayal that began on a college campus in Searching for Moore and turned their worlds upside down in Moore to Lose, handsome, California entrepreneur Schooner Moore and sharp and sassy, New York advertising agency owner Mia Silver continue to be confronted with the harsh reality of the remnants from the lives they lived apart for 24 years.
Now, Schooner Moore and Mia Silver face the ultimate challenge - were they really meant to be together or will their pasts continue to tear them apart? On the heels of the birth of their newborn son, Nathaniel, Schooner and Mia must decide if their love and loyalty to one another is strong enough to learn to grow together as a couple or if the life they always dreamed of sharing was better left as a teenage fantasy. Damn, this woman could bring him to his knees.
There they were - both standing there, naked. The truth was finally out. Mia had joined him. She was as bold and fearless as she'd always been.
This was the Mia Silver with whom he had fallen hopelessly in love. He wasn't going to allow himself to believe anything else. Exploring the missing 24 years when they were separated, Moore to Lose follows Mia's journey from heartbroken teen to kick-ass businesswoman to her emotional reunion with Schooner and the exploration of the love that was ripped from them. Continuing the fight for their happily ever after that began in Searching for Moore, Schooner and Mia struggle to overcome the ghosts and baggage they accumulated during their time apart.
But is their love really strong enough to overcome the damage of those missing 24 years or will they continue to be ripped apart by pasts that can't be changed? Is the love they always dreamed of enough? Now, Schooner and Mia face the ultimate challenge - were they really meant to be together or will their pasts continue to tear them apart? On the heels of the birth of their newborn son, Nathaniel, Schooner and Mia must decide if their love and loyalty to one another is strong enough to learn to grow together as a couple or if the life they always dreamed of sharing was better left as a teenage fantasy.
This is the third and final book in the Needing Moore Series and is not meant to be read as a stand alone. There were no cell phones or internet or google when she left me and I never knew why she walked away from our relationship. I loved her, like head-over-heels crazy loved her. And when she walked out on me at the end of our freshman year, without even a goodbye, she broke my heart. So, I got a surprise gift the other night at my birthday party, an old college friend casually mentioned he saw her on Facebook. She owes me an explanation at to why she left … Damn, I loved her.
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It was a friend request and to say I was shocked would be an understatement. A lifetime has passed since we were last in contact. I want to interject at this point that Julie incorporated an incredible music repertoire through this Interim.
It was brilliant and a true college experience. During these 4 weeks, Schooner becomes someone else - he becomes the real Schooner. He discovers her friends are just One of my favorite quotes is during this time: He didn't need to pretend with them. He could be Schooner, and they actually liked him. It wasn't work to fit in with them.
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By the end of these 4 weeks, Schooner is hopelessly entwined in Mia and the two are feeling young love. But with all stories, there is a defining moment when that bubble bursts. CJ returns, it begins to unravel quickly. Schooner makes a mistake, and his self doubt of not being good enough for Mia causes a true lack of communication: they act like normal teens at this point and he does end up hurting Mia.
From this point to the end of this freshman year, misunderstandings and hurt and something unconscionable happens to Mia. It is this horrific incident that brings Schooner back into her life, determined to right the wrong and never leave her again. With vows of love and forever and Schooner planning on going to NY for the summer to be with Mia, CJ steps in to tear apart these two and thus begins the 24 year separation. Back to the future.
Their reunion is amazing, filled with tears and joy. I simply cannot reveal anymore but know this: this book is worth your time. It will take you on a roller coaster of emotions and tears and anger and the revelation that one can find a first love and reunite for a future.
The cliffhanger was not expected. And it's brutal. And right now, I'm thinking of asking Julie if I can move in with her and help get this finished. No one is ever going to take you away from me again. View all 5 comments. I was pleasantly surprised with this book, as I had in mind something completely different with the FB references mentioned in the blurb. Schooner Blonde guys are not really my thing, so I improvised a bit, but I appreciate a man who knows his tennis! Mia Even though immature for her age at times, she was a really good heroine.
I expected something huge as a reason for their separation. There were various scenarios going on in my head, but I guess I have been reading many mindfucks lately and this book was something else entirely. Still, this book has one or two of the most evil characters I have read lately.
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I cried so much while reading this! And they were not necessarily happy tears but they were still coming from good emotions. Does that make any sense? Oh, and let's don't forget one of the hottest shower scenes! I put it up there along with the shower scene from Lady Luck ; All in all, this book managed to keep me engrossed and invest myself in the characters and their story. I really look forward to reading what the future will bring. The ending is a massive cliffhanger, consider yourself warned! View all 26 comments.
Dec 31, Barbara added it. I don't know is it just me since everyone else loved it, but I had to give up on this book, I was bored and I hated the main character Schooner. I have never heard that kind of name. It was really weird, but I got over it later. However, he was such a coward, afraid to be himself and I just didn't like him at all. Not even a little.
The story itself wasn't engaging. I liked couple of very funny scenes with him and Mia, some where really cute and made me gasp, but that wasn't enough for me to continue reading it.
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I hated him view spoiler [after he slept with CJ when she came from Europe. He wasn't man enough to admit he fell in love with Mia. Instead he was avoiding them both, hiding like a coward.
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And then that scene when he and Mia made love after two men had raped her. Who does that after such a traumatic experience. It wasn't believable and romantic to me. And I could be me. I have never felt so connected to another person or so happy. I don't know what had happened and I wasn't interested in finding out the hows and whys. Schhoner, I don't like you! I don't know what happened between you and Mia, but you could have married another woman.