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There wasn’t really anything in the book that I could complain about. The only criticism I have is that I spotted a couple grammatical errors, but nothing big. Overall, this book was well written by someone who knew what they were doing.
I truly enjoyed this book and would love to read this author’s other work. I gave this book five stars because the author was able to make her audience feel the powerful emotions that their characters felt. It’s hard to make me emotional, but this book hit home and accomplished the nearly impossible. My complements to the author, Erin Cristofoli, you did an incredible job. I suggest for all of my readers to check out this talented author’s incredible work, you will not be disappointed.
Review By: Angelina Daniel
This book though....I didn't know what the book was at first because I didn't have to know because I knew this author and loved her book. I'd read anything by her. This book struggled with a difficult subject. Suicide. Although I haven't been the one that had the event with suicide, my mom had and it left a lot of problems and pain behind.
This may have been the event that had 'started' it the book went on so perfectly. The writing is great and I simply can't say enough about this without giving away the important details. Well, the suicide is an important detail but it's also important to know before reading this book.
It's totally worth reading though. Trust me.
This story was more than a love story, it was a healing story and so full of emotion. Its amazing when you realize how one tragedy can tear so many lives apart. The loss was not only felt by the lead character, the family and friends and I felt it.
Healing is the hardest part about dealing with tragedies. So many people question if they have a right to be happy and yet feel the guilt about experiencing anger as well. This author covered it all and I loved it.
At Mady's lowest point, she meets Max. Or rather Max meets her. And he is exactly what she needs at this point in her life. He's kind, smart, thoughtful and just a generally good guy. And he is a HUGE help to Mady in this trying time in her life. He listens, cares, and is just there for her when it seems like no one else is.
I loved this book. It was emotional, sweet, heart-wrenching and just a very insightful book.
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