- File Size: 582 KB
- Print Length: 225 pages
- Publisher: K Webster (October 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076GSYMJ8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,068 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Day She Cried Kindle Edition
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The day she cried was a wonderful story about how life can change in a blink of an eye and the one that wants to destroy you ends up saving you.
I consumed this story in one sitting. It's a beautiful, sad, tragic story about eighteen-year-old twin siblings, Raven and Rome. They were raised by their acholic, abusive father who hated Rome and showed him often just how much. Although their father never physically abused Raven, she feared him nevertheless. Fearing that her father will go too far and kill Rome, she played the peacemaker and will do anything to keep her brother safe.
Eighteen-year-old Courtney was a popular cheerleader who had the world at her feet. She had everything going for her and couldn't wait to start her future when she finished High School. But after her nasty, bitchy best friend suggested to play an online dating prank on Raven, Courtney's life changed dramatically. (One-act that changed three lives)
This story takes you on a journey of lost and found, love and hate, damnation and forgiveness, brokenness and happiness. I loved the way this story was told from beginning to end. Twist and turns. Ups and downs. I enjoyed this full-length romance by K. Webster.
I loved this one and hope you will too
Raven wanted a friend and thought that she had found one. Turned out that what she wanted wasn't exactly what she got, and tragedy happens.
Courtney paid dearly for something someone else did. Now she's torn up with grief and stress, and her life isn't anywhere near what she thought it would be. Rowe, Raven's twin brother, is dead set on punishing Courtney for her actions. However, he realizes it's not as fun to punish her as he thought and starts to fall for her.
This book is strongly relatable. We all have met people like the characters in the book or have been those characters. That makes it so easy to blur the boundaries and put yourself in the book and feel what the characters are feeling. The characters are so real and very well crafted and the writing is amazingly well done. This book is very personal to K Webster, and it shows in every word of it.
Please be aware that this book can be triggery about self-harm and suicide, so if those are sensitive subjects, please read responsibly. K handled it quite well, neither glamorizing the subjects nor shaming anyone.
In my opinion, this is a definite must read.
I was swept away. The title definitely makes a person nervous. Indeed, I cried, I didn't know it was coming, but when it hit, I was done for. Completely and utterly in love with this book. Webster wrote something that's grossly misunderstood and balanced the words flawlessly. I won't sugar coat my review, a tough subject is written with all it's toxicity, a punch, an eye opener, if you will. I applaud such bravery within the pages.
Although the premise touches on a dark manner, there's romance that grows within two unlikely characters. The push and pull is exactly what I love in my romance. There's no cut and dry, no black and white, it's a page turner from start to finish. I'd like to say I predicted the loss, I'd be lying. The smack is totally unexpected and needed, giving my stamp of approval and making this book one of my favorites of 2017.
Courtney is a popular cheerleader. She is a follower not a leader.
Rome is Raven’s twin brother. He is a loner, like his sister, but he also gives off dark vibes.
What happens when lies are told and it costs someone their life?
What happens when someone decides to get revenge but that revenge doesn’t turn out the way they think it is going to?
What happens when the truth comes out and it goes much deeper than anyone every thought?
Like I said above, this is not your typical K. Webster book. This book has an underlying message. This story goes deeper than I would have imagined. This book makes you think and it touched my heart.
K. Webster wrote this book because of online bullying. She experienced online bullying from others and not only did it affect her career but her character.
Online bullying is no joke. It is painful and hurtful and can change someones life.
You need to think before you talk or type. Think about how what you are about to say is going to affect that person. Think about how it could change their lives. Especially if you are a person that has a large following on social media. Think about what your “sheep” are going to say and do when they see what you write.
You are responsible for your words. Sometimes “Sorry” isn’t enough.
K. Webster, you are loved by your readers. No matter what anyone else says, we have your back. We are there for you and we will always be there for you!
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