The Navigator: A Mountains Trilogy Novel
By Phoebe Alexander
I was not sure what to expect when I started this book and I didnt really care because hey, its Phoebe Alexander so if her name is on it..I read it 🙂
I will say that I was blown away..a storyline like I’ve never read, it wasn’t all wine roses and cupcakes and the characters weren’t rich and perfect. I fell in right at the beginning and was hooked, so much so that real life and adulting didn’t enter my mind while reading. I’ll be honest I don’t normally read anything m/m, f/f, or much m/m/f but the way this author handled it all in this story just felt natural, like nothing was at all different, feelings are feelings and I walked away from this book in awe!
There was a lot going on, and my feelings towards Nav completely confused me at first…I kept asking myself, Is this a good guy or am I going to totally hate the main character of this book…Well as it turned out I absolutely loved him, he is probably the most broken main character I’ve ever read about and my heart hurt for him, and some of the decisions he made were not the best and I had a few SMH moments with him. Then there was Anjuli, again when I first met her I was thinking hmmm..am I going to like her, well yes I also fell in love with her and although not quite as broken as Nav she still had issues she dealt with as well.
As I said, there is alot going on in this story, but I got so invested in it so early on that I never lost track, I couldn’t put it down and the addition of some of the players that came into the story just added that much more for me. I’m not going to go into anything about this storyline..it needs to be gone into blindly like I did it…
This author is an auto one click for me, she is beyond amazing and this might just be my favorite by her so far, I highly recommend for anyone over 18 and also highly recommend you have a fan blowing on you at all times because there are some scenes where you will need that blowing on extra high!! 🙂
LOVED IT!! This author is brilliant!!
Review by @debikircher