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simply take a chance on something different and going outside of your comfort zone.This book
is meticulously written with some chapters going back and then to the present. Mr. McCade poured his
soul into this book, the writing is flawless and it makes you feel everything that Leigh and Gabriel endured.
This book is a heart-wrenching, raw and an intense read. I had to stop, breath and just sit
for a minute to absorb the story.
Can you say that a book that makes you cry and that has a trigger warning is beautiful? YES!!!
Leigh who endured so much is just trying to figure out what she needs and has to make extremely hard choices.
Her journey is so very difficult...seeking out to find pain and pleasure the kind she feel she deserves and wants. It is
so very hard to describe this book without spoilers. You need to read this book to experience every word to
really understand Leigh's choices and her termination and her fight to gain control back of her life.
At the end of this book, there are two acknowledgements - one broke my heart, but also
was so very touching.
Everyone should have someone in there life that gives you unconditional love, that will
be there for you at the most beautiful moments in your life - the scary times and the hard times. When you
loose that, you can never replace it, but sometimes just around the corner something comes in you life and
helps to fill that void in your heart and you begin to heal.
I loved this book, I am glad I took the chance, that I persevered, it was
so worth it.
So...I'm not sure how to review this book without giving spoilers or revealing the entire plot of the story, and so therefore, I'm just going to give you my reactions to it.
This book made me evaluate my thoughts and reactions to various situations. It helped open my eyes to the ways I judge people quickly - even unconsciously. It opened up my eyes to issues I've heard about but never really thought of. It made me think. It made me question lots of things and I still have more questions!
This is truly a book you HAVE to go in blind so you'll be able to understand more of yourself and the situations presented therein. You will be disgusted. You will cry. You will laugh. You'll be angry - very angry. You'll be sad. You'll be happy. You'll be inspired to make a change in your life.
As you can probably guess, this is not a light book to read. It is also not a book you just read for the sake of reading. It is a book that must be experienced on an intellectual, as well as on an emotional, level.
I dare you to read this book without being changed. I dare you to read this book without coming away with a better understanding of yourself. I also dare you to read this book without experiencing hope; hope that things can, and will, get better so long as we're not silent.
So yeah...Mr McCade, you have a winner on your hands! Thank you for bringing these issues to our attention and not resting until the story was told.
Read the book peoples! :)
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