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The guilt keeps Riley from telling Josh how she feels about him.
"Today is one of those days where I do feel that hate for them. I hate that they had loved so little and fought so hard. I hate that my dad chose to drown his pain in a bottle, took his anger to the road, killing an innocent woman on her way home from her son’s sports banquet for football. A son that is my best friend and the very person I love with every fiber inside of me, changing our futures forever."
The chapter headings are beautiful. The book also includes a playlist at the end. There are also nice surprises at the end. The bonus chapter from Dean's point of view helps the reader understand Riley's rejected boyfriend. There's also a bonus chapter from Riley's childhood perspective.
Andrea Michelle's Escape the Doubt (Shifting) is a great book, especially for mature young adults.
How can I describe Josh so that others can fully grasp what an amazing human being he is? In a world where we want our prince charming but are drawn to the bad boy, Josh was a refreshing REAL person. His qualities weren’t over exemplified. He made mistakes, which only endeared me to him further.
And Riley. Her pain was so raw, it hurt me to my core. Her desire to trust and not be able to break from her own prison was beautiful and heartbreaking.
The innocence of the young love between two best friends who are only just starting to really know who they are and what they’re capable of left me wanting so much more. I can’t wait to read Embrace the Moment!
You really feel for both characters as they share the common bond of the death of a parent. A death that is the direct result of Riley's fathers poor decisions.A burden that Riley wears that prevents her from trusting her heart to Josh. Instead, she falls for Dean, who is far less than the boyfriend Riley deserves.
This story will pull at you time and time again as you root for both Riley and Josh. They really are two great people who you just want to see together. Read it. You will be glad you did.