Insignificant by Kelly Lincoln

REVIEWED BY Kari Cox

Insignificant (Goldenrod, #1)Insignificant by Kelly Lincoln
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was gifted a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Taylor’s story is a pretty unique one. She’s running from something terrible in her past. You are told a little bit throughout the story what it is she’s running from, but once her entire past is revealed all you’re going to be able to say is, “WOW”!

I liked the character’s in the book. Ethan was sweet and the kind of guy Taylor needed after the tool she was with in the start of the book. The nerdy, sexy paramedic was a nice change of pace; not every guy can be a perfect, Greek god. Nerds need love too. I also liked Taylor’s friends. Their interactions were funny and added something extra to the story. I think they are very real and relatable.


This story does have a twist; which makes for all the better read. Spoiler’s are no fun so you need to read it to figure out what it is! I enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend the read.

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