Life Rewired

Life Rewired

For Falyn Shaw, life after prison isn't much better than life in prison. People she knew before want nothing to do with her. Anyone she meets now treats her with disdain as soon as they learn where she's been. Her job is lousy and the pay is pitiful. Worst of all, police consider her a suspect in anything vaguely similar to her previous crime.

A chance meeting with an old friend lets her leave all the unpleasantness behind. She moves to Aspen where no one knows her, takes up her former career as an electrician, and begins to reestablish her life as a decent citizen. Making friends is easy in this small town. One friend in particular, Molly Sokol, turns out to be a kindred spirit. Life is finally back on track. In fact, it may be better than ever as her relationship with Molly turns romantic. But when her past finally catches up with her, can she keep her new life without ruining her blossoming relationship and her friend's business? Or will that come at the expense of her freedom?

Title:Life Rewired
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781935611240
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    Life Rewired Reviews

  • Jude

    All I cared about when I decided to read Life Rewired was that it was the third book in Lynn Galli's Aspen Friends series and that I’d loved the first one and enjoyed the second one a lot too. I did...

  • Liz Nichols

    I read ms. Galli's first book in the friends series and immediately bought the rest of her books. Initially, I thought I might not be able to identify with Falyn Shaw. The main character in the book i...

  • Linh Nguyen

    So what's the deal when a butch meets another butch? A very unlikely couple, but it happened, everyone, it happened...Molly is this woman who makes other non-lesbians confused about her real gender wi...

  • Jem

    Fallen heroines (coincidentally named Falyn?) or anti-heroines aiming for redemption have always held a certain kind of appeal for me. Jack from Elite Ops, Luc from Garoul, Weiss from Gun Brooke's spa...

  • Sapphic

    3,5 stars...

  • Terry Baker

    Ex con, Falyn Shaw is finding that life outside of prison isn’t much better for her than it was in prison. Her friends have disowned her. People have no respect for her once they know she’s served...

  • Lunatic

    I really like the concept of this book. The idea of a criminal turnaround and have a second chance. The idea that even though you have a type in mind, sometimes, you'll fall in love with someone who i...

  • MJS

    This is the third in this Aspen series, and like the previous book, it's a bit too 'perfect'. This one has an interesting premise, whereby one of the main characters is trying to make a new life for h...

  • Charlie Avocado

    Second is still best, imo. Didn't love how this book shifted perspectives in acts (upon reflection, I'm still not a fan, but only because if I'm a little bit tired—and I often read at night—I get ...

  • Cynthia

    The MCs were nice people, kind and caring, which is so rare in romance books. But that was the only positive really. I hated their romance, with pet names like "foxy" and "hot stuff"... As well as the...