Broken Dreams Kindle Edition
|Length: 271 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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Leslie met Ethan when she was ten years old and for the next few years Ethan and Leslie built a friendship. He was her next door neighbor. Ethan would climb through her window to escape the wrath of his father.
The story alternated between past and present. Leslie and Ethan were the main characters. The story took place in Prescott, Arizona. This was a contemporary love story about a young love that was not ready for the heavy burdens of life.
Leslie and Ethan spent every moment together. When Leslie was not practicing ballet she was spending her time with Ethan. For eight years they were inseparable. When Leslie graduated from high school an unexpected turn of events changed the course of their lives. Leslie spent the next eight years away from home.
The time away allowed both characters time to grow from the responsibilities their families placed upon them. Some situations improved while others were created.
Sadly for me I remained indifferent towards the progression of Leslie and Ethan's characters. The circumstances leading up to the closure of their situations was anticlimactic. I liked the easy transition of them inserting themselves back into each other's lives, yet I felt the time away did not reveal the growth I hoped for. Neither character made a great impact on their lives when choices were made for them.