- File Size: 1410 KB
- Print Length: 216 pages
- Publication Date: March 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TFKIXZA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #292,491 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“We’ve all been through traumatizing events that make us feel like we’ll never recover. You just have to decide if you’re bigger than the problem.”
Mend the Seams is the story of Luke and Savannah. We have received glimpses of these two characters in the past books, but they stole the show in this installment. Savannah has been beat down in every way that a person can be. The only thing she really has left are her two children, and though they provided her a reason to live, she still needed something more. She needed to learn how to rebuild her life, her self-esteem, really her soul, in order to actually survive the hardships that she had been put through. We also see a whole other side to Luke in Mend the Seams. Where he is always the hero to the women he cares about, Webb allowed us to see past his façade and get a look at his vulnerabilities; the qualities he possesses that make him the man he is. If anything, it made me fall in love with him even further. I also love that not only was Luke forced to confront his demons, but he had to physically overcome them as well. Together, these two complemented each other perfectly and I loved the comfort and haven they provided for each other.
“I just wish I could mend the seams of her broken heart, healing her of the hell she’s been dragged through.”
I was utterly captivated by the storyline in Mend the Seams. I missed Colton and Carly Jo, despite seeing them throughout, but their story was completely different than this one. The road to recovery and strength for both Luke and Savannah was something else. There wasn’t a whole lot of action in terms of angst and drama. However, their organic life stories provided so much push and pull that all that extra stuff was not necessary. In fact, I think it made the story that much more special. It’s honestly my favorite Silla Webb novel to date.
“The perfect storm. Our worlds collided at the most imperfect time. We have a beautifully flawed relationship but I want more.”
I really do love the world that Webb transports her readers to; it’s a new culture for me and I just get sucked in every single time. She creates characters you sympathize with and empathize for. It’s almost like you see tiny bits of yourself in each of the people she creates. Mend the Seams had the perfect ending, but I am definitely curious to see where the next book goes – especially given that it’s Drew’s book!