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(Incomplete #2)

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If the truth sets one free, why does Lily Jacobs feel so trapped?

She's learned doing the right thing isn't always best and now she is living the consequences of her greatest sacrifice. Every day since Grayson Lee left is one she wishes he hadn't. Years have gone by since their friendship turned to more and then was eradicated by Lily alone; enough time for their young lo
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Kindle Edition, 283 pages
Published March 13th 2014
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Anna
Jan 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Savor every happy moment ❤
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Fre06 Begum
Apr 12, 2014 rated it liked it
Even better than the first one I loved how much Grayson loved the heroine. So sweet
Cherie
Oct 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I received an ARC of Complete from the author in exchange for an honest review! I LOVED it!! I was able to pick the story line right up, Lily and Grayson are a few years older and wiser but still just as angst ridden and confused by their feelings for each other. Thankfully, Lily and Grayson matured and grew from their time apart and are able to finally realise they can't live without each other. The addition of a few new characters adds some comic relief and a little more drama. I would love to ...more
Summer
Sep 27, 2014 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I really like this author. I love her writing style and think she is incredibly talented. I read "Unlit Star" and really expected I would enjoy this book as well. Not the case. I gave the series a chance, and finished both books even when I had my doubts.

To like a story, I have to be convinced of everything about it. It has to make sense. The doubts that Grayson had in the first book were believable. However, Lilly's actions seemed entirely unfounded and contrived. It felt as if the author was
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Joood Hooligan
Oct 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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I was give this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

First of all, and clearly the most important of all - I say without bias *shifty eyes* - is that there are platypires in this book. Okay, so they're not the actual vampire platypus creature. But there is a band called "Eddie and the Platypires", which specifies before the book began that I won that name in a charity auction. It was so freaking beyond awesome to see that in a story, by one of my favorite authors of all people.

Now
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I struggled with my patience and my emotions with this story. It was hard to rate this one because while I'm not a fan of second chance stories layered with doubt I do love Lindy's work.
I tried to remain indifferent towards the idea of Grayson and Lily getting back together for my sanity but Lindy kept tethering them.
There was a lot of intensity to Grayson and Lily. Too much tension was felt as a reader. I struggled to read this because it broke my heart at how confused these two were. Both af
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Megan
Oct 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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AMAZING!!! Will post review when book is released!! You won't want to miss this one!!
Venessa
Feb 14, 2014 rated it liked it
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Jessica Fether
Jan 17, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved the happy ending. The huge amount of drama was a bit much, though.
Chu
Apr 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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Review Originally Posted at: Book Freak

Maybe that’s what love is – a little touch of insanity that makes us do and say things we otherwise wouldn’t.


The book to complete this series had me in awe. IT WAS SO WORTH THE WAIT – thank goodness.

I knew she left him to pursue his dreams, she loved him too much to have him settled for anything less than what he wanted to do. Even if it means letting him go, even if it means living without him. Learning to live without her best friend and the love of her l
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Desiree
Jan 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
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Rating: Well/House; a fulfilling continuation for the lovely story of Lily & Grayson

Two years! TWO FREAKING YEARS! I don't know how Lily lived without him, and with him in her face, for TWO YEARS! Grayson is back and the tension is palpable. Sexual frustration, anger and loss; you will be a ball of nerves reading the reunion of these two individuals. Problem is, they have moved on, tried to get over each other, tried to start a new life without one ano
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Secretly Adorkable Readers


My Review of "Complete" by Lindy Zart

I had the opportunity to receive this ARC in exchange for an honest review and also be a part of the Incomplete and Complete Blog Tour.



Complete continues the story in Lily's POV this time and you will get to find out how she felt when she released Grayson to go fulfill his dream and tell the world of his talent in music. Little does she know that he is unhappy without her as much as she is if not more.





Lily and her friends go to a fundraiser held in th
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Book Reading Gals
Apr 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Title: Complete

Series: Greyson Lee

Author: Lindy Zart

Genre: Romance

Complete is the second and last book of Lindy Zart book "Incomplete" starring Greyson Lee and his best friend Lilly. Except for this time we are reading from Lilly's point of view.

When we last saw these two love birds, Lilly made the ultimate sacrifice so that Greyson can achieve his dream and she told him "I'll wait forever for you Greyson" and I believed her.

I was so excited when I started to read Complete, thinking that it wou
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Garden Of REden
Jul 07, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Complete is the follow up to Incomplete and the second book in a two part series.

Angst.

Nail biting, stomach churning angst. This was not a few pages of angst. This was chapters upon chapters of pure gut wrenching angst.

When we left Grayson and Lily at the end of Incomplete, Lily had broken up with Grayson, forcing him to leave for the sunny skies of California and the hope of a music career. Something he would not have done had Lily not obliterated his heart. Complete picks up a few years after
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Lost Between the Pages
Mar 23, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Complete is the follow up to Incomplete and the second book in a two part series.

Angst.

Nail biting, stomach churning angst. This was not a few pages of angst. This was chapters upon chapters of pure gut wrenching angst.
When we left Grayson and Lily at the end of Incomplete, Lily had broken up with Grayson, forcing him to leave for the sunny skies of California and the hope of a music career. Something he would not have done had Lily not obliterated his heart. Complete picks up a few years after
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Kayleigh
ARC received for an honest review.

Complete is the second part to Lindy Zart's Incomplete series.

We pick up again with our characters from Incomplete, Grayson and Lily but unlike Incomplete, Complete is told from Lily's perspective. I wasn't sure whether the change of characters was going to be a good thing but it turns out, to be one of the best moves that Lindy Zart had done.

Book one saw two best friends starting their love story and having that first love moment. At the end of Incomplete howe
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Heather
Mar 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
*I received an ARC (advanced release copy) from the author for an honest review.*

Plot-Two years later and Lily can't seem to get Grayson out of her mind. He is always with her and subconsiously every decision she makes, she thinks of him. She tried to move on and did date a few men but they never compared to Grayson. No one ever will. He was her best friend, soul mate, and finally her lover. Lily made the decision to push Grayson away thinking that was the best thing to do even though she was hu
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Angela
Apr 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

While Incomplete was written from Grayson's point of view, Complete is the continuation and is told in Lily's point of view. We finally get to hear what is going on in her brain and maybe find out why she chose to tell Grayson to leave. I mean, I know why she chose to tell him to leave, but did she really want him to leave? That is the $10 million question!

I enjoyed reading the story from Lily's perspective and to he
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Cerian
Mar 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Originally published at Rookie Romance.

Two years after Lily broke Grayson's heart and pushed him to pursue a music career in sunny California, he's back. Faced with the reality of the attraction and longing they still feel for each other, they have to decide whether a second chance is worth fighting for.
FYI, it totally is.

Lily was devastated when she pushed Grayson to leave, but she did it for him. Two years later and she has subconsciously let Grayson's loss define her and rule her decisions. G
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Amanda Shelley-Masters
Wow this book was pure torture and passion all at the same time. I could feel the book drip with all of the sorrow and angst that came off of the pages. Lindy Zart is a true master of getting you to feel emotions, not once in this whole story did the feelings let up and felt like a totally rollercoaster from beginning to end.

Lily did what she thought was right all those years ago when she let the man she loved go to chase his dreams. Now every time she sees him on T.V, in magazine or hears his v
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Tonya Nichols
Dec 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Sometimes I read a book that stays with me for days, weeks, month, or even years… yes, years – The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe is one of those “years” books. Complete will also be one of those books. Lindy writes with so much emotion, it literally gives me goose bumps when I read her words. I fell head over heels in love with Grayson and Lily’s story in Incomplete, their story was beautiful and heartbreaking and Complete was everything I had hoped for and much more.

In Complete Grayson and
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Red Cheeks Reads
Apr 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I had the joy of reading this alarmingly beautiful story immediately after Incomplete, the first in the series. I didn’t have to wait, which was fantastic because I just NEEDED more Grayson and Lily. The first story is written from Grayson’s point of view and this story, Complete, is written from Lily’s. I just love that. It was amazing to get her take on things.

The one word that I would use to describe Lily is strong. She is far stronger than I ever thought to be. To give up the man that she lo
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Angelique Asher
Nov 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I was a beta reader for both Incomplete and for Complete (Incomplete #2). After reading the first, I thought there was no way the sequel would be better. As good as, but not better. I. Was. So. Wrong. There were several times when I had to stop and walk away because the emotions were so high and heart wrenching. My 12 year old son would look over at me and ask if I was okay because I would be crying. The depth of emotion that Ms. Zart is able to bring into her stories (I have read several books ...more
Tara
I am so bummed out with how disappointed I am in this book.

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I definitely enjoyed the first book, Incomplete, and have been looking forward to the continuation or conclusion of Grayson and Lily's story. Unfortunately, what I read this time around was overlong, overtly angsty, and boring. I skimmed almost everything that had to do with the secondary characters, and I wanted to bang my head against a wall during the last quarter of the book because of how completely obtuse and (what I felt was) out
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Angie Voss
Feb 09, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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Lindy Zart does such an amazing job, writing with surprising detail, that I felt like I knew these characters and might run into them on the street. The first book, Incomplete, was written from Grayson's POV, but this book, which takes place two years later, is written from Lily's POV. I sometimes wanted to lock both characters in a room until they came to their senses. They both try to do "what is right" for the other person, regardless of what the other person says. This story really takes the ...more
Magic Within the Pages
Apr 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Reviewer : Angie - Magic Within The Pages
Rating : 5 Stars

Lindy Zart does such an amazing job, writing with surprising detail, that I felt like I knew these characters and might run into them on the street. The first book, Incomplete, was written from Grayson's POV, but this book, which takes place two years later, is written from Lily's POV. I sometimes wanted to lock both characters in a room until they came to their senses. They both try to do "what is right" for the other person, regardless o
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Carie
Apr 26, 2014 rated it liked it
3.5 – This was a fairly good read that I enjoyed. I actually skimmed the first book in this series before reading this one and I was really annoyed with the last several chapters and the ending of that book. This book was MUCH better! I liked the growth of the characters and that some things I thought might be a problem ((view spoiler)) proved not to be as bad as I was expecting. I did get REALLY tired of Lily at times in this book, though!! I thought she was ...more
Sara
Sep 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Continuing the story which was begun in the first book Incomplete, Complete picks up after the events of that novel. I've read both, and I have to say to truly appreciate the story, go back and read the first one to familiarize yourself with the characters and their backgrounds. Incomplete is just as good as its sequel. From the beginning of the book, I was drawn in once more by Lindy Zart's story about Lily and Grayson. There were lots of feels when I found myself close to tears, and of course ...more
Stefani
Jan 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is a review of the book #2 in the Incomplete series.

I remember pestering Lindy with questions about the release of the next book in the series as soon as I finished Incomplete. I was not happy to hear that I’d have to wait till 2014. But, time flies and it’s now April. I signed up for the blog tour and got an ARC of Complete. Oh, what a happy day it was when I got the e-mail. However, I couldn’t start reading it till some days later and but then part of my initial euphoria had died down.

I r
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Maribel Platypire Reviews
I finally got around to reading this one. I remember the last one had a lot of drama and teen angst, which I liked but hated at the same time. I knew going in that there would be more of that, and I relished it.

Lindy's stories always keep me hooked and I know I can always expect a good story from her. I wasn't disappointed with Complete, and all the drama made me roll my eyes a couple of times (out of exasperation).

I liked that Grayson and Lily have matured somewhat since the last time I read ab
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