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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 are the most intriguing characters. We fall immediately into their story and it does hop back and forth time wise in the early parts of the book but that gives it a cinematic feel to it which I really enjoyed. They are magic together and their chemistry flows so well. Even during the tough parts of their relationship.
This quote from one of the chapter headers really made me stop and think The greatest act of rebellion these days is being a gentleman. ~ Anonymous and it's perfect for a feeling I have felt about romance novels for a while now. I love books that feature a real life guy who's not perfect, who doesn't proclaim to be anything other than just a red blooded typical dude haha he makes mistakes but he loves with everything he has. Does not have to be a bajillionaire with a red room. Just a sweet guy with a little bit of a wild side. Those are books I want to read. And Hunter is definitely one of those heroes who stick with you. (He's got my vote above and beyond all of the other heroes in Claudia's novels!) he's perfectly imperfect and that to me is a huge plus!
All in all I know this is going to be a book that people will want to talk about! Not just for the characters or writing skill but because hopefully for the stigmas it erases for mental illness. Hopefully it can spark a conversation like hey, I have this illness but it doesn't comprise everything I am now or in the future. And that I am worthy and able to love and be loved. And that ladies (and if any gentlemen read this review haha) is a powerful statement!
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