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- Print Length: 221 pages
- Publication Date: February 4, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0786MVT5G
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Delilah and Samuel are two broken souls that collide in small town living. Samuel has been living his life and has accepted his future. Delilah has pretty much ran away from a bad situation and goes to be closer to her friend. Friendship and love play a big part in this story.
...."but the truth is I knew you were hurt before you ever told me where your wounds were. But I'm not here to save you from it.... I'm here to remind you that wounds heal with time and the scars mean you survived it."
I really liked the characters and the slow build of the relationship. The plot twist was a little far fetched, but it's fiction and I took it for what it was.
Overall, the story itself was written well and I adored the characters. Samuel and his fierceness and Delilah and her timidness made the story believable and wanting more for and from them.
"life's about taking the things that hurt you and making them something else entirely. Something brilliant, something you can call yours."
“I don’t listen to my heart anymore, Samuel. It has betrayed me before and it will betray me again.” “No, Delilah, your heart didn’t betray you. A man did. There’s a difference.”
This was a story about a woman who experienced horrible things and still managed to trust again. There was never a moment in this story that I didn’t empathize with Delilah. My heart broke with hers, I fell in love with Samuel along with her, and I adored her friendship with Emma.
“Sometimes words weren’t needed. And sometimes knowing someone saw something in you no one else did was all it took to start falling and hoping that wherever you would land would be worth it.”
The twists in this story kept me on my toes the entire way, and I loved the way Kat’s poetry bled into her story.
“You can see it, you know? The pain. You try to hide it but the truth is I knew you were hurt before you ever told me where your wounds were. But I’m not here to save you from it, Delilah. No man can. I’m here to remind you that wounds heal with time and the scars mean you survived it.”