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The way the story begins.... I was so over the place. I wanted to cry and rant, and scream. It was just the few pages in the story and I already felt all of it. And much much more.
It was so emotional story. Reaching tender aspects of life. Of pain. Of torment. Of brokenness. Of choices. Of giving up or fighting to your last strength. But fighting for what? To continue living with the pain? With the hole in your soul, that you just know there is no way to heal? Every person you meet let you down. They always leaving you bleeding on the floor, without looking back. There's no happiness. There's no hope.
What I just said is just touching tip of the iceberg. The things heroine, Reign, gone through and still living with... I cried with her, I hurt with her, I bleed with her. I was there, when she hit rock bottom. I felt every little emotion she was through.
You had to know I never was in any way related with a person, who has depression, PTSD or other. So, when I'm reading something deep as this story, I always am... Thorn? On one way I feel the pain of the character with every step they take. On the other thought, it's seems so easy to fight for your happiness. Right? Wrong? Or maybe there isn't right or wrong in this situation.Read more ›
Too much time was spent inside the main character Reign`s head. Her depressing monotone felt like it never ended. The first half of the book was basically Reign`s depressing thoughts and her fear of the H word "hope."
In the middle of all her depression Reign does find her H word in the form of the sexy Lynx.
Reign meets Lynx when she's at her worst and with his help she learns how to live. He was amazing with an abundance of patients, he pulls Reign out of head and teaches her how to deal with her emotional trauma. Their relationship truly was beautiful and I would have loved more of their love story.
However, this book is not a simple love story. It's about learning to live with your problems and to overcome your past. This book is deeply emotional and deals with several major issues including suicide, depression and rape.
I truly wanted to love this book. The basis for a great book is there but unfortunately it just fell short. I've read and loved Ryan Michele`s MC series and even though I knew this book was completely different I hoped I'd still like it also but I'm sad to say that this book just wasn't for me. I wish Ryan Michele all the best and I will continue to read her books in the future.
This story is about surviving the unthinkable. It’s about finding love in the midst of chaos and heartbreak. But even more, it’s the story of two people who once thought that life was no longer worth living until they found something worth living for. Reign is a young woman who comes from a severely damaged past. After her mother gives her up for completely selfish reasons, Reign is placed in foster care where she has to live with unimaginable abuse. The only person she has to lean on is Drew. But when Drew passes, she finds herself all alone in a dark and scary world. Fast forward some time and Reign is placed in a psychiatric hospital after she tries to kill herself. It is there that she meets Lynx, another person who suffers as well. But his suffering is a little different than Reigns… But not so different that tears them apart.Read more ›
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All I can say is that I do not think I have ever been as moved by a story as I was by this one. This is an absolute must buy for any reader of romance. Read morePublished 15 days ago by AngelaG
This was an exceptional read! Much of it was read through glassy, tear filled eyes. I wish there was a separate story about Lynx . I fell in love with his character.Published 26 days ago by Jolene
This was a wonderful book. I actually wish there was a part two. I was hooked from the first page. It flowed so well and made you feel through the whole story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
The emotions that you feel as you read this book are overwhelming. Reign is that character that a lot of us will empathize with, including myself. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patti Correa
This is the most accurate depiction of anxiety, depression and PTSD I have ever read in a fiction book. Truly amazing work. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Megg
A very unique story about the effects of PTSD. It was very accurate, so it's emotional and at times it breaks you. Well written plot and beleiveable characters. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Reading Renee
This book is a heavy read but I absolutely loved it. Came across it at a time where I really needed it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gina K
When I first read the blurb for this one I knew it was a book I needed to read. Just a warning it does contain some tough topics such as abuse, depression, PTSD and anxiety. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jennifer skewes