- File Size: 4225 KB
- Print Length: 169 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071R6PM6Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,353 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Believe in the Wish Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
WTF! I do not cry, like ever!!! But oh my goodness the ever loving feels between Emma and Ethan and Hawk hit me in the heart!
I read the blurb, I knew (basically) what the story was about, but the way Christi writes amazes me. And I have read (a lot) of her books. She knows how to pull or put in just enough angst, anxiety or heartbreak before tripping over the edge. She just keeps you dangled and hanging on to each word until the very end.
I highly HIGHLY recommend "Believe in the Wish" just have your hankie ready.
BTW, Christi - I really do not hate you at all.
Note to self: When an author tells readers that they cried every single time they did a read through of the book you're about to read, PAY ATTENTION!
So yes, I obviously knew what I was getting myself into before I picked up Believe in the Wish and I read it anyway. Why, you might be asking yourself? That's simple. Even though Christi Snow promised tears, I've read enough of her books to know that they would be worth it. Regardless of how much she puts her characters through, she manages to put them back together and most importantly, leaves both them and the readers who fell in love with them, with a sense of hope. I had to keep that in mind through almost every chapter of Believe in the Wish... consider yourselves warned.
Ethan was introduced to readers first and his grief was all consuming. He had no idea how to go on without Emma but thankfully, Emma knew expected that and found a really creative way to help him after she was gone. Ethan just couldn't understand why she chose Hawk to be the one to help him through his grief.
To be honest, I was afraid in the beginning that Believe in the Wish would only be told by Ethan's POV. That would have been okay, but I literally sighed with relief when the first chapter labeled 'Hawk' popped up. Things aren't always what they seem and Hawk's POV only revealed little by little what was really going on, but those glimpses made me fall in love with him. It also helped readers realize that he was almost as broken as Ethan.
Ethan's grief wasn't a quick fix and it shouldn't have been. For every step forward he made, he seemed to stumble back at least two more. This book was an emotional roller coaster full of love, tears, tragedy, anger, grief, betrayal and hope... it took a while, but it's important to know that they both finally got there, but not on their own. Which brings me to the supporting characters. I loved Miller, Katya, Dix and even Slade almost as much as Hawk and Ethan. (I may or may not be hinting to the author that one, if not all of these characters are begging to have their story told... ;) ) One of the most amazing characters in Believe in the Wish was Emma. The love and devotion that she had for both Ethan and Hawk was inspiring.
So, pick up Believe in the Wish armed with plenty of tissues and an open heart and mind because those tears were really worth it in the end.
I reveived Believe in the Wish in exchange for a fair and honest review.
So. Ethan and Hawk. Ethan's a hot mess when we first meet him and he's not looking to pick himself out of his funk any time soon. Getting blindsided by his twin's dying wishes is probably the only thing able to shock him back into the world of the living. But Emma doesn't make it easy on him. NOT IN THE LEAST.
The list of things she leaves is one thing, pairing him up with Hawk is another. Because if being attracted to your twin's ex isn't bad enough, being forced to confront that maybe that ex isn't as bad as Ethan had come to believe is even worse.
Seriously, Hawk has his own issues to deal with and they give Ethan's a run for his money. Grief coupled with betrayal isn't an easy thing to get over and Hawk's kinda stuck in a rut. It takes time and the ingenuity of a dead woman to get him moving at all and his attraction to Ethan is the cherry on top.
What can I say? I liked this book. I liked Ethan. I liked Hawk. I liked the flamboyant Miller and the (seemingly) more reserved Katya. My cold, dead heart is ready to be put back together again, though. Please and thank you.
-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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