Top Customer Reviews
Reyna has some really bad self hate and for the last couple of years she has been in a horrible friends with benefits relationship with Hayden. Hayden was one of Marisa's brothers. They both feel such guilt for her death. Reyna hates that she betrayed her best friend and the woman that saw so much more in her than she saw in herself. She has been trying to end the hooking up part with Hayden because she knows it is destructive for them both. Liam comes back into her life and he wants back in her life. He's trying to be there for her and he is still in love with her.Read more ›
Any time I read one of Amy Daws’ books, I always plan to be out of commission for a few days after I finish. The stories she writes are just gut wrenching but in a good way and fantastically awesome. They leave you wanting more even after you feel like you’ve had enough.
This book was fantastic! I loved reading about Reyna! Reyna is one of those characters that just grow on you. She is real, raw, and I love her. This story is about overcoming your worst fears and your worst enemy. Yourself. This book does come complete with feels so make sure you have some tissues near you. I won’t give anything away but I’m really really hoping Miss Daws writes Hayden’s story! I will stalk her till she does. Give this book a read. You won’t be disappointed! I give this 5 stars
Reyna has spent her life in a hole, not seeing herself as anything good. Her mom says she is a miracle and even her middle name says Miracle. She is the surviving quadruple born way too early. No matter what she does wrong growing up, her mom only sees her as the gift she is. Even at the age of fifteen when she gets her first tattoo, her mom finds no fault in her. Now in college she makes her first real friend. One that is slowly showing Reyna how to see what others see in her. When tragedy strikes Reyna is left to live with the guilt. Her life has been on a downward spiral for the last three years and has left a path of destruction that she doesn't know how to stop.
Liam is Mr. Fix It. He also has a tragic past but deals with it by fixing things. As with everyone else that meets Reyna, Liam sees her differently than she sees herself. He, like everyone else who meets Reyna, wants her to see herself as he sees her. There’s just one problem... Reyna keeps pushing him away just as she does to everyone else. What happens when she finally pushes to far?
There is a bit of a triangle in the story but not in the way you would think. It kept me wondering what was going to happen and how we could have a positive outcome for all involved. Reyna's issues will have you grabbing a box of tissues. We get some insight into Reyna's head with her dreams which puts things into perspective. With the emotional turmoil and dark spots in this book the supporting characters help bring some light back in. This is an emotional book full of issues that were dealt with in a realistic timeline. Let's face it, a broken heart doesn’t heal overnight and Rome wasn't built in a day.Read more ›
This book is quite the Love triangle/ emotional, young adults just getting ready to finish grad school and have dreams, only to be faced with Love, Loss, unhealthy and destructive, sexual desires along with sex scenes that can get pretty heated at times!!
This is the story of 'Marissa Clarke, Liam Darby, and Reyna 'Miracle' Miller (as her mother calls her and truly her middle name..) these three have dreams of graduating from Oxford purchasing property & all going into business together... Things take a HUGE halt and over the next 3 years are torn apart, picked back up only to break into pieces once again.. until the end, when healing takes place... However; so many people are effected you get the entire gang from the 'London Lovers series and they all cross into this book too' so a lot going on..
So just a tiny bit about this 'heartbreaking yet also heartwarming book'
Marissa is pretty much the glue of the three - she is a very positive and lovely girl, she is dating Liam and they have a dear love .. Then you have Reyna.. Aka 'Rey' she is very complicated and doesn't feel she deserves love, her mother is a doctor and in her eyes, can do no wrong and is always calling her 'miracle' and no matter what Rey does, even if she acts out or inappropriate - her mom just turns it around to how wonderful she is and it messes with her way 'love should be'
When she meets Marissa, she sees Rey ... Really sees her, and for the first time, Rey feels a connection almost more than a bff even a sister.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loving this series so much, but I've got to say I struggled to be sympathetic to Reyna. I found her to be cruel, selfish and pretty much, not a nice person. Read morePublished 6 days ago by LilleyLoohLah
This was a pretty intense book, emotional, and a little heart breaking too.
So much loss it’s hard to see the light with how much Reyna has to go through. Read more
I actually listened to this story on audio. The narrator was fantastic. She was able to pull of a British accent very well for both male/female characters. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jen Zingaro
I'm really not sure how I feel about this story. In times I loved it, and in times I was legitimately upset and couldn't deal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shannon Giffen
This is the second book of Miss Amy that I've read and I have to say this book is amazing. I love every second of it and the writing is amazing. Well done Amy! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Vanessa
I really enjoyed this book. Although it started a little slow for me, it ended up being a great story. Loved the characters.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I don't even know where to begin because just saying I loved it doesn't seem enough. I was recommended this book by a friend so I bought it but didn't read it right away. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Natasha