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- Print Length: 351 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1535167556
- Publisher: Diana T. Scott (August 8, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 8, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01J4KIVA2
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,262,130 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Paige is struggling to find herself. She knows that at one time she was happy, she was content, she knew what she needed and wanted. Years later she can't find that woman. Making a quick decision she finds herself home in Chicago at the hospital where her future finds her. The decision seems impulsive, especially when you try seeing it from her ex's angle, but what you also see is a desperate need for self-rediscovery. What she doesn't realize is that her true self isn't actually missing, she just found a set of blinders in the time she spent conforming to someone else's version of a perfect mate.
Miles doesn't have those blinders and sees her in all her quiet, quirky glory. He's captivated and inexorably drawn to all that she is unaware that she projects. We get small snippets of his thoughts and adoration until the end when all hell breaks loose. In book one I was glad when I finally got Sebastian's heart on paper because the wait was so worth it. In this, though, I can see how so much that is supposed to be a strained secret would be exposed if we got more from him throughout but the payoff wasn't nearly as satisfying. It provided adequate insight to his groveling and struggle with his past, that's for sure, but I can't help feeling that while I come to intimately know Paige I still don't know Miles as well as I want to. What I know is good as well as frustrating, and that bitter-sweetness carves a special place for Miles in me. I want to smack him and hug him in equal measure.
His past and Paige finally accepting him in her present clash in a way I was absolutely not expecting. The drama that surrounded them in the shadows was much bigger than I could have imagined and I was so very glad to have come to know Ava and Emily so I knew that Paige would be supported and loved while she dealt with that huge blow. I was also glad to know that she had a friend in Jules even though we know very little of her. It all really comes down to Paige and how we want to be the ones to hold and hug her but since she's just a person on paper we get to have a small sense of relief that she's got more paper friends to give her what we would give her ourselves. Fanciful, yes, but no less real than how I feel for her.
What we see of Ellie is painful and tender. We would have loved her if she were her own character with her own book. In her role here, though, we love her but that love is tinged with a sense of pain and regret. Much the same as what Paige feels when they meet. Miles' reaction to that meeting is frustrating, disappointing, and misunderstood. When his thoughts are revealed later I'm even more frustrated with him but I also ache along with him too. We finally see what drew him to Paige and also kept him at arms length. He was misguided and a martyr but not any less worthy of our affection as an audience. I was really glad that he came to his senses and watching him find Paige and their reunion filled me with a sense of relief. Like, "Ah, finally!" With everything finally out in the open, with their hearts absolutely bear and vulnerable, I could breathe and slow down knowing that things would work out.
The book is no less touching than the previous two but I did find that the characters' struggles were slightly more frustrating than the others. I read faster not because I couldn't wait to finish, but because I was needing a happier resolution and not sure what kind of a resolution I would get. It was a near thing that the ending would have been more bitter than sweet and that feeling lasted right until the very end. Overall, though, I was so very pleased with the opportunity I had to read the book. It was a solid read, romantic, painful, frustrating, and yet full of so many types of relief that I couldn't stop until I finished the book. Well worth the loss of sleep.
Our demons, Best Friends pulled me every which way, and I loved it for that reason. Sebastian and Ava are such great characters it was a journey following them as they fell in love.
Love me While I'm Gone just left me unsure of how to feel. It was good but felt like it could have been so much more! Collin and Emily are such fun in ODBF that I was almost expecting more.
Now Miles and Paige have it all! This is almost my favourite out of the whole series, you get to see a side of everyone that was missing in the other books. I love,love Miles and Paige together! They have the story, the most hopefully realistic one. It is the one that we all want to have, even with that brutal twist thrown at us. It is all worth it! Yes, some parts are skipped over or not given in detail but it works for this book. You do not need or find yourself wanting those skipped over or less detailed parts.
I am now hooked, I want to exhaust the Diana T. Scott library.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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