- File Size: 1056 KB
- Print Length: 315 pages
- Publication Date: November 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NA7MHGI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #724,858 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Back to December (Back to Life #3) Kindle Edition
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Danielle Allen is one of the most positive people you'll ever come across. She's encouraging, inspiring, and uplifting...and those are just a few of the words I'd used to describe her. Why does it sound like I'm reviewing Ms. Allen, instead of her book? Because everything that she is, everything that she represents, just radiates out of this book. I could feel her positivity coming through as I read Back to December.
Emily's been dealt a terrible blow by her husband's betrayal but she is not going to allow that keep her down for long. She picks herself up, dusts herself off, and she takes back her life. She is so strong yet vulnerable. With everything thrown her way she doesn't back down, she doesn't give up, and she slowly begins to heal. And if that healing process just happens to include an oh so sexy, oh so caring, and oh so protective new friend...all the better.
Beware ladies, CJ Addo will have you questioning everything you thought you wanted in a man...bbf or real. It's a crying shame that he is not real, a damn crying shame. If only there was some way to bring him to life.
Back to December is such a hopeful story. It's one of love and loss, of friendships, growth, and change. It slowly, oh so slowly, builds to a really wonderful, conclusion. I had tears running down my face even as I sat there with a smile.
This is a story about love, loss and one woman’s ability to emerge from the ashes and end up on top. After finding herself in a situation she never thought she would be in, Emily finds herself in a different city, in a bar, meeting the sexy hot alpha male CJ Addo. Their chemistry is undeniable, their connection instant and I was pulled into their attraction to one another.
Without giving away too much, I want to let you know you’ll read this story feeling for heroine, rooting for her the whole way and realizing that when all seems lost, eventually everything comes full circle. You’ll leave this story believing in love and fate and second chances.
Ms. Allen has done it again with Back to December. Seriously, the anticipation nearly killed me! I loved how Ms. Allen testified to the heartbreak of failed marriages, the judgment you get even when you’re not at fault, and the utter b.s. that call fall out of a narcissist’s mouth. (We’ve all been there, babe. Spot on!) I loved the well-rounded characters of CJ & Emily, and the supporting characters are fabulous. Five stars!
CJ showed Emily how to love again without expecting anything from her. Emily let her guard down for CJ after being betrayed by Anthony.
They are perfect for each other.
Everyone should read this book!!!
I never thought I could fall in love with another character like I did Tyree Barker. But CJ Addo is just as amazing. It's a tie between the two but Tyree will always hold a piece of my heart because I fell in love with him first.
Now onto this story! It will draw you in from the first page. You will be rooting for Emily to overcome everything she's been dealt. She's got a lot of stuff to work out and the last thing she needed was a guy complicating things. But sometimes people come into our lives whether we're ready or not. And sometimes people come into our lives for a season.
This is the third book in this series and you don't have to read Back to Life and Back to Reality. BUT you should. You get some backstory on Emily. Plus, you get to meet Sahara (since the first two books are her story).