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"The Other Woman" by Sandie Jones
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This story is one of finding out who your true self is alone before you can be in a relationship. You have to be able to love yourself before you can commit to another person. The issue of family is a big theme in this book as well. Willow and Hunter both come from a family situation that is less than ideal. Sometimes your friends become your "family" when your blood is no where to be found. I loved that Willow's sister and Hunter's brothers all become a family unit together. They were a key component in helping Hunter and Willow find their way back to each other.
This story was heartbreaking but so well written. I've never experienced anyone with these disorders, but the author painted such a vivid picture of what they were going through that I feel as though I've experienced it. These are strong characters and a family that I fell in love with. I can't wait for the other books from this family! And of course I hope that we will get a chance to see where Willow and Hunter are down the road since they still have a journey ahead of them.
My only complaint is that I wanted more in an epilogue! But I hear there's more to come so I'll be here waiting impatiently. It was a great cast of characters here and I can't wait to meet up with them again soon!
Hunter and Willow both had life changing events that affected them both deeply. Hunter has severe anxiety and agoraphobia which is explained more. The foreword in the book sets the tone for the story and helps you see where the story goes. This book is the second I've read as of late that deals with mental illness and shows how important of a topic it is. While it is different in tone the message is the same that mental differences is not a barrier to love.
To be honest I wasn't familiar with Willow's mental illness Borderline Personality Disorder. It's clearer as the story goes on but it's broader than that I would think. It's clear that she has her struggles and that was hard for me to read. While she had weaknesses it was clear it was real for her. It was difficult at times to understand her character's motivations and actions maybe part of how the disorder feels like to someone on the outside. It can be chaotic her mind. I always applaud those who seek help in order to understand and get better.
She and Hunter had a unique love story it burst into the scene yet it petered out too. Heartbreaking as it is it felt necessary somewhat. Hunter seemed fantastic despite his own issues to manage and overcome. He was determined to do that to be a stroner person. It was stepping stone to improve and get better which is always good. Work on themselves individually first as two people who have issues to have a better relationship it was necessary. It's not an easy road ahead. They both deserved to find happiness. I'm happy both had a strong support system which they needed.
The HEA isn't your typical one but still beautifully done. Learning to cope and to help yourself before others is another thing the story leaves. The supporting cast made this story better and made things to look forward to. All the characters seemed interesting and authentic and well done. The Everheart brothers are good bunch that will leave you wanting more of them. Plus Hazel too.
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